Petrochimi Bandar Imam BC

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Petrochimi Bandar Imam
Petrochimi Bandar Imam logo
Leagues Iranian Super League
FIBA Asia Champions Cup
Arena Andisheh Arena
in Besat town
Location Mahshahr, Iran
Team colors Yellow and Blue
         
President Masoud Ghanbari
Head coach Iran Mehran Shahintab
Championships (2) Iranian Championships
Website
Uniforms
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Away jersey
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Petrochimi Bandar Imam Basketball Club (Persian: تیم بسكتبال پتروشیمی بندر امام ‎‎) is an Iranian professional basketball club based in Mahshahr, Iran. They compete in the Iranian Basketball Super League. In 2012 they became the first club in Iran to establish a basketball youth academy.

History[edit]

In 2013 under the guidance of Doctor Mehran Hatami, Petro won the Iranian Basketball Super League for the first time in their history after defeating Mahram Tehran in the final. In 2014 Petro went undefeated throughout the season and again faced Mahram Tehran in the final and again won the league. After signing former NBA player Hamed Haddadi in 2016, Petrochimi won the league after defeating Naft Abadan in the final.

Roster[edit]

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Number Player Position Height (m)
4 Iran Mehrad Atashi SG 1.91
5 Iran Saleh Foroutannik SF 2.02
6 Iran Vahid Hajian SG 1.88
7 Iran Mohammad Sistani PG 1.83
8 Iran Saeid Davarpanah SG 1.90
9 Iran Jonas Lalehzadeh PG 1.95
11 Iran Hamed Sohrabnejad PF 2.06
12 Czech Republic Jiří Hubálek C 2.08
13 Iran Mohammad Jamshidi SF 1.98
14 Iran Mohammad Shahsavand C 2.10
15 United States Joseph Forte PG 1.91
16 Iran Mahmoud Panahi PG 1.79
17 Iran Reza Babrshekan SF
18 Iran Houman Rezaei PF 2.08
Position Name
Head Coach Iran Mehran Shahintab
Assistant Coach Iran Mohammad Kasaeipour
Director Iran Gholam Abbas Safarnejad

Notable former players[edit]

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