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CE Lleida Bàsquet

Lleida Bàsquet
Lleida Bàsquet logo
Leagues LEB Oro
Founded 1997
History Oli Baró de Maials
1997-99
Caprabo Lleida
1999-2004
Plus Pujol Lleida
2004-09
Avantmèdic Lleida
2009-10
Lleida Bàsquet
2010-2011
Lleida Basquetbol
2011-
Arena Barris Nord
Location Lleida, Catalonia
Team colors Blue and white
President Eduard Torres
Head coach Vacant
Championships 1 LEB League
2 Catalan Leagues
Retired numbers 10 Berni Tamames
12 Manel Bosch
Website lleidabasquetbol.com
Uniforms
Home jersey
Team colours
Home
Away jersey
Team colours
Away

Club Esportiu Ciutat i Provincia de Lleida Basquetbol is a professional basketball team based in Lleida, Catalonia, Spain and plays in the Barris Nord, in LEB Oro league. The club born in the summer of 1997 like a need of unify the basketball in Lleida, with the origin of Maristes team, that played in the Second National Division. The team spend two seasons in the EBA League linked by Bàsquet Manresa and under the name of Baró de Maials. Caprabo Lleida (the new name of the team) jump to the LEB League in 1999 and to the ACB League in 2001. Under the name of Plus Pujol Lleida, the club returns to LEB League in 2005. In 2009, is relegated to EBA League due economic problems and changed the name to Avantmèdic Lleida, but in the next year, they return to LEB Oro League via CB Cornellà.

On July 6, 2012, Lleida Basquetbol announced via Twitter the club will not join any competition for the 2012–13 season,[1] and it will be replaced by the new creation club Força Lleida CE.[2]

Contents

  • History 1
    • ULEB era 1.1
  • Trophies and awards 2
    • Trophies 2.1
    • Individual awards 2.2
  • Season by season 3
  • Past rosters 4
    • 1999–2000 4.1
    • 2000–01 4.2
    • 2001–02 4.3
    • 2002–03 4.4
    • 2003–04 4.5
    • 2004–05 4.6
  • Retired numbers 5
  • Records 6
    • Career Statistical Leaders 6.1
    • Team Records 6.2
  • Coaches 7
  • Former players with NBA experience 8
  • Top game players 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

History

ULEB era

In the 2002/03 season, Caprabo Lleida started playing the ULEB Cup. The team ranked second in the group round with a record of 6-4, the same as Varese (Italy), first. In the first round, Caprabo won Ural Great (Russia) but in the second lost with Krka Novo Mesto (Slovenia). In the 2003/04 season, the team played again ULEB Cup by invitation. Caprabo ranked first in the group round with a record of 8-2. In the first round, the theam won Makedonikos (Greece) but they lost again in the second round, this time against Estudiantes (Spain).

Trophies and awards

Trophies

Individual awards

LEB Oro MVP

LEB Oro Best Rebounder

Season by season

Season Tier Division Pos. Postseason Cup Competitions European Competitions RS PO Cup EU EP Tot
1997–98 3 Liga EBA 2 Round of 16 18–8 2–3 20–11
1998–99 3 Liga EBA 12 12–18 12–18
1999–00 2 LEB 3 Semifinalist Copa Príncipe quarterfinalist 19–11 5–5 0–1 24–17
2000–01 2 LEB 1 Promoted Copa Príncipe semifinalist 22–8 7–2 0–1 29–11
2001–02 1 Liga ACB 8 Quarterfinalist 19–15 1–3 20–18
2002–03 1 Liga ACB 11 2 ULEB Cup quarterfinalist 16–18 6–4 2–2 24–24
2003–04 1 Liga ACB 16 2 ULEB Cup quarterfinalist 13–21 8–2 2–2 23–25
2004–05 1 Liga ACB 17 Relegated 9–25 9–25
2005–06 2 LEB 14 14–20 14–20
2006–07 2 LEB 10 17–17 17–17
2007–08 2 LEB Oro 6 Quarterfinalist 19–15 1–2 20–17
2008–09 2 LEB Oro 10 18–16 18–16
2009–10 4 Liga EBA 8 11–13 11–13
2010–11 2 LEB Oro 12 13–21 13–21
2011–12 2 LEB Oro 7 Quarterfinalist 20–14 2–3 22–17
2012– Did not enter any competition
Total 240–240 18–18 0–2 14–6 4–4 276–270

Past rosters

1999–2000

2000–01

2001–02

2002–03

2003–04

2004–05

Retired numbers

Records

Career Statistical Leaders

  • Games - Jaume Comas (313)
  • Field Goals Made - AJ Bramlett (834)
  • Field Goals Attempted - AJ Bramlett (1,530)
  • 3-Point Field Goals Made - Berni Álvarez (264)
  • 3-Point Field Goals Attempted - Berni Álvarez (683)
  • Free Throws Made - Jaume Comas (642)
  • Free Throws Attempted - Jaume Comas (899)
  • Rebounds - AJ Bramlett (1,112)
  • Assists - Jaume Comas (770)
  • Blocked Shots - AJ Bramlett and Michael Ruffin (138)
  • Points - Jaume Comas (2,495)

Team Records

Coaches

As of May 13, 2012. Only competitive matches are counted.
Name Nat From To Record
P W L %
Pere Romero September 1997 September 1999 61 32 29 52.46%
Eduard Torres September 1999 December 2003 185 105 80 56.76%
Miquel Domingo December 2003 December 2003 1 1 0 100%
Aleksandar Petrović December 2003 December 2004 40 17 23 42.5%
Paco García December 2004 May 2005 21 5 16 23.81%
Andreu Casadevall May 2005 September 2006 36 14 22 38.89%
Josep Maria Torres September 2006 October 2006 3 1 2 33.33%
Eduard Torres October 2006 June 2009 100 54 46 54%
Josep Maria Torres June 2009 June 2010 24 11 13 45.83%
Josep Maria Raventós June 2010 June 2011 34 13 21 38.24%
Ricard Casas August 2011 May 2012 39 22 17 56.41%

Former players with NBA experience

Top game players

References

  1. ^ Lleida Basquetbol Twitter account
  2. ^ Lleida Basquetbol Twitter account

External links

  • Federación Española de Baloncesto
  • Official Lleida Bàsquet website
  • Lleida Bàsquet Blog
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