Scottish Basketball Championships
|Current season, competition or edition:
2016-17 Scottish Basketball Championships (Men) season
|No. of teams||18|
|Official website||Results webpage|
The Scottish Basketball Championships (former: Scottish National Basketball League, SNBL) and particularly Senior Men Divisions 1 and 2, is the top men's basketball league in Scotland, and forms the second tier of British basketball (inline with the English Basketball League) after the professional setup of the BBL, where Scotland has just one representative in the Glasgow Rocks. The governing body of basketball in Scotland is basketballscotland.
The line-up for the 2016-2017 season features the following teams:
- Boroughmuir Blaze
- City of Edinburgh Kings
- Sony Centre Fury
- Dunfermline Reign
- Edinburgh University
- Glasgow Storm
- Glasgow University
- Stirling Knights
- St Mirren West College Scotland
- Tayside Musketeers
- Ayrshire Tornadoes
- Boroughmuir Blaze 'B'
- City of Edinburgh Kings 'B'
- Edinburgh Lions
- Glasgow University 'B'
- Heriot-Watt University B.C.
- Pleasance B.C.
- West Lothian Wolves
|1999–00||St Mirren West College||City of Edinburgh Kings||2–1[N 1]|
|2000–01||Falkirk Fury||City of Edinburgh Kings||N/A|
|2001–02||Troon Tornadoes||City of Edinburgh Kings||N/A|
|2002–03||City of Edinburgh Kings||Troon Tornadoes||N/A|
|2003–04||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||N/A|
|2004–05||City of Edinburgh Kings||Troon Tornadoes||N/A|
|2005–06||Troon Tornadoes||City of Edinburgh Kings||N/A|
|2006–07||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||N/A|
|2007–08||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||N/A|
|2008–09||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||N/A|
|2009–10||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||N/A|
|2010–11||City of Edinburgh Kings||St Mirren West College||92–63|
|2011–12||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||89–69|
|2012–13||City of Edinburgh Kings||Falkirk Fury||68–66|
|2013–14||Glasgow University||St Mirren West College||90–79|
|2014–15||Falkirk Fury||Boroughmuir Blaze||76–61|
|2015–16||Boroughmuir Blaze||Edinburgh University||76–71|
- Best-of-three games series
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