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Jamaica national basketball team

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Jamaica national basketball team

FIBA ranking T-55 Steady
Joined FIBA 1962
FIBA zone FIBA Americas
National federation Jamaica Basketball Association
Coach Sam Vincent
Olympic Games
Appearances None
Medals None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances None
FIBA Americas Championship
Appearances 1
Medals None

Jamaica national basketball team is the basketball team that represents Jamaica in international competitions. The team finished in seventh place in the 2006 Centrobasket with a record of 0–3. They did however win the 7th place game against Costa Rica 100–57. In the 2010 Centrobasket, led by Roy Hibbert, they finished in fifth place with a record of 2–2. In the 2012 Centrobasket, they finally won their first medal in these events (bronze). In the FIBA CBC Championship they have enjoyed much more success, winning four gold medals in 1981, 1991, 2006, and 2010.

Season: 2010 (CAC Games)
Event Season Date Against Result
CAC Games 2010 30 July 2010 Panama 83–64
CAC Games 2010 29 July 2010 British Virgin Islands 75–68 OT
CAC Games 2010 27 July 2010 Mexico 77–79
CAC Games 2010 26 July 2010 Puerto Rico 71–104
Season: 2010 (Centrobasket)
Event Season Date Against Result
Centrobasket 2010 10 July 2010 Panama 51–55
Centrobasket 2010 9 July 2010 U.S. Virgin Islands 71–65
Centrobasket 2010 8 July 2010 British Virgin Islands 71–56
Centrobasket 2010 6 July 2010 Dominican Republic 62–68


FIBA Americas Championship


Team for the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship.


External links

  • Official website
  • FIBA Profile
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