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BIC Basket

BIC Basket
Sport Basketball
Founded 1977
Country Angola
Continent FIBA Africa (Africa)
Most recent champion(s) Petro Atlético (2015)
Most titles 1º de Agosto (17 titles)

The Angolan Men's Basketball League, (in Portuguese) Campeonato Nacional de Basquetebol em Séniores Masculinos is the top tier men’s Angolan Basketball Federation.

In 2014, the Angolan Basketball Federation signed a sponsoring deal with Angola's Banco de Investimento e Crédito, which it claimed to be more favourable than the one with Banco Africano de Investimento. Such agreement caused the league to be renamed as BIC Basket.[1]

Primeiro de Agosto has been the most successful club in Angola with a total 17 titles won, followed by Petro de Luanda, with 11, ASA, 3, Recreativo do Libolo and Sporting Clube de Luanda, 2, whereas Clube Ferroviário de Luanda have won a title.

Contents

  • BAI Basket seasons and finals 1
  • MVP award winners and statistical leaders 2
  • Total league championships 3
  • BAI Basket Participation Details (2000s) 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6
  • References 7

BAI Basket seasons and finals

Season Date Ref Champion Series result and score Runner-up Champion Coach
1999 Petro de Luanda 4–0 Primeiro de Agosto Wlademiro Romero
2000 Nov 20–Jun 17 Primeiro de Agosto 4–2 (102–98) (96–103) (82–68) (82–70) (90–102) (73–85) Petro de Luanda Mário Palma
2001 Primeiro de Agosto 4–2 (66–61) (61–57) (80–79) (60–78) (59–64) (68–78) Petro de Luanda Mário Palma
2002 Feb 22– Primeiro de Agosto 4–0 (79–52) (90–55) (59–85) (56–70) Interclube Mário Palma
2003 Primeiro de Agosto 4–0 (81–78) (84–77) (48–68) (72–83) Petro de Luanda Mário Palma
2004 Primeiro de Agosto 4–2 (96–93) (96–89) (66–68) (75–74) (95–99) (74–82) Petro de Luanda Mário Palma
2005 Primeiro de Agosto 4–1 (107–97) (90–71) (75–84) (72–77) (92–76) Interclube Jaime Covilhã
2006 Feb 3–Jun 10 Petro de Luanda
Round Robin
Primeiro de Agosto Alberto de Carvalho
2007 Petro de Luanda
1–0 (88–78)[2]
Primeiro de Agosto Alberto de Carvalho
2008 Nov 21–May 16 Primeiro de Agosto
Round Robin[3]
Petro de Luanda Luís Magalhães
2009 Nov 20–May 16 [4] Primeiro de Agosto
Final Four
Petro de Luanda Luís Magalhães
2010 Nov 13–Jun 15 [5] Primeiro de Agosto
Final Four[6]
Recreativo do Libolo Luís Magalhães
2011 Nov 26–May 28 [7] Petro de Luanda
Final Four[8]
Recreativo do Libolo Alberto Babo
2012 Nov 25–May 17 Recreativo do Libolo
Final Four[9]
Primeiro de Agosto Raúl Duarte
2013 Nov 16–May 21 Primeiro de Agosto
Final Four
Recreativo do Libolo Paulo Macedo
2014 Nov 15–May 22 [10] Recreativo do Libolo
Final Four
Primeiro de Agosto Norberto Alves
2015 Nov 20–Jun 16 [11] Petro de Luanda 4–3 (100–95) (95–100) (81–99) (90–89) (77–78) (97–88) (90–84) Recreativo do Libolo Lazare Adingono

MVP award winners and statistical leaders

Season Champion MVP Top Scorer Rebounds Assists
1997–98 Petro de Luanda Carlos Almeida (PET)
1998–99 Petro de Luanda
1999–00 Primeiro de Agosto
2000–01 Primeiro de Agosto
2001–02 Primeiro de Agosto Gerson dos Santos (VIL)
2002–03 Primeiro de Agosto Miguel Lutonda (PRI) Eduardo Mingas (INT) Eduardo Mingas (INT) Miguel Lutonda (PRI)
2003–04 [12] Primeiro de Agosto Eduardo Mingas (INT) Eduardo Mingas (INT) 18.6 Eduardo Mingas (INT) 9.6 Carlos Quibato (ASA) 4.9
2004–05 Primeiro de Agosto
2005–06 [13] Petro de Luanda Francisco Jordão (PET) Francisco Jordão (PET) Eduardo Mingas (PET) 69/31 Shannon Crooks (PET)
2006–07 [14] Petro de Luanda Carlos Morais (PET) Olímpio Cipriano (PRI) Lifetu Selengue (INT) Armando Costa (PRI)
2007–08 [15] Primeiro de Agosto Olímpio Cipriano (PRI) Olímpio Cipriano (PRI) Joaquim Gomes (PRI) Armando Costa (PRI)
2008–09 Primeiro de Agosto
2009–10 Primeiro de Agosto Joaquim Gomes (PRI) Reggie Moore (LIB) 20.53 Eduardo Mingas (PET) Paulo Santana (PET)
2010–11 [16] Petro de Luanda Olímpio Cipriano (LIB) Carlos Morais (PET) Miguel Kiala (PET) 75/48 Olímpio Cipriano (LIB)
2011–12 Recreativo do Libolo Olímpio Cipriano (LIB) Olímpio Cipriano (LIB) Hermenegildo Mbunga (PET) Armando Costa (PRI)
2012–13 Primeiro de Agosto Cedric Isom (PRI) Carlos Morais (PET) 21.66 Eduardo Mingas (INT) 176/12 Cedric Isom (PRI) 4.8
2013–14 Recreativo do Libolo Eduardo Mingas (LIB) Roderick Nealy (PET) Felizardo Ambrósio (PRI) Paulo Santana (PET)
2014–15 [17] Petro de Luanda Leonel Paulo (PET) Leonel Paulo (PET) 17.6 Jason Cain (PET) 11 Manny Quezada (PET) 3.9

Total league championships[18]

Team Won Years won
Primeiro de Agosto 17 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013
Petro de Luanda 12 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2015
ASA 3 1980,[19] 1996, 1997
Recreativo do Libolo 2 2012, 2014
Sporting de Luanda 2 1982, 1984
Ferroviário de Luanda 1 1979

BAI Basket Participation Details (2000s)

P Club 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Years
1 Primeiro de Agosto 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 4 2012 2013 2014 2015 15 10 3 1
2 Petro de Luanda 2000 2001 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 15 4
3 Recreativo do Libolo 2008 4 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 8 2 4 0
4 Interclube 2002 4 4 2006 2007 6 6 5 2011 4 4 4 5 '
5 ASA 2003 2004 4 4 4 2009 4 5 5 6 7 4 '
6 PROMADE 5 5 6 '
7 Sporting de Benguela 5 Q '
8 Lusíada 6 9 9 8 7 7 5 6 Q '
9 Misto de Cabinda 5 '
10 Banca de Cabinda 5 '
11 Sporting de Cabinda 6 6 6 '
12 CDUAN 6 7 7 7 12 9 7 '
13 Desportivo da Huíla 8 8 7 '
14 Vila Clotilde 9 7 9 10 10 9 10 9 8 Q '
15 Desportivo da Nocal 7 9 8 '
16 Sporting de Luanda 11 11 8 8 '
17 Progresso do Sambizanga 8 9 Q '
18 Sporting de Luanda 8 10 '
19 FC de Cabinda 8 '
20 Amigos de Viana 12 10 10 '
21 Vila Estoril 10 11 '
22 C.P.P.L. 10 '
23 Santos FC 11 '
24 Imbondeiro de Viana 11 12 12 '
25 Marinha Q '
# Teams 1999–00 BAI Basket 2000–01 BAI Basket 2001–02 BAI Basket 10 2003–04 BAI Basket 2004–05 BAI Basket 9 11 12 12 8 8 12 12 10 10 '

See also

External links

  • Official Website (Portuguese)
  • Eurobasket.com League Page

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