Basketball in Ukraine: Introduction| 2018-2019 Season| Champions| Awards

Basketball is one of the top games of the world. Basketball is a team sport in which two teams, each of which usually consists of five players, each other, opposing each other on a rectangular court, competing with the primary purpose of shooting basketball through Defender’s hoop , While the opposing team prevents them from shooting through their own goals. Today we will discuss about Basketball in Ukraine: Introduction| 2018-2019 Season| Champions| Awards

Basketball in Ukraine: Introduction| 2018-2019 Season| Champions| Awards

Basketball in Ukraine: Introduction| 2018-2019 Season| Champions| Awards

Introduction

Ukrainian Basketball Superlig (USL) is the first level of professional basketball league in Ukraine.

Ukrainian Basketball SuperLeague
Founded1992; 27 years ago
First season1992–93
Country Ukraine
ConfederationFIBA Europe
Number of teams10
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toUkrainian Higher League
Current championsCherkaski Mavpy (1st title)
Most championshipsBudivelnyk (10 titles)

2018-2019 Season

Eight teams joined the competition. Budivelnyk and BIPA Odessa were replaced by Kiev-baskets and Odessa respectively.

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Basketball in Ukraine: Introduction| 2018-2019 Season| Champions| Awards

TeamCity
Cherkaski MavpyCherkasy
DniproDnipro
KhimikYuzhne
Kyiv-BasketKyiv
MykolaivMykolaiv
OdesaOdesa
PolitekhnikKharkiv
ZaporizhyaZaporizhia

Champions

YearWinnerRunners-upFinal scoreThird place
1992BudivelnykNKI MykolaivRound-robinSpartak Lugansk
1992–93BudivelnykSKA KyivRound-robinNKI Mykolaiv
1993–94BudivelnykKyiv-Basket3–0Bipa-Moda Odesa
1994–95BudivelnykKyiv-Basket3–0Shakhtar-ASKO Donetsk
1995–96BudivelnykShakhtar DonetskRound-robinKyiv-Basket
1996–97BudivelnykBIPA-Moda Odesa3–2Kyiv-Basket
1997–98BIPA-Moda OdesaBudivelnyk3–0SC Mykolaiv
1998–99BIPA-Moda OdesaCSKA-RIKO Kyiv3–2Budivelnyk
1999–00KyivMBC Odesa3–2CSKA-Ukrtatnafta Kyiv
2000–01MBC OdesaKyiv3–2Azovmash
2001–02MBC OdesaKyiv3–2Azovmash
2002–03AzovmashMBC Odesa4–0Kyiv
2003–04AzovmashKyiv4–2MBC Odesa
2004–05KyivAzovmash3–0Khimik
2005–06AzovmashKyiv3–1Khimik
2006–07AzovmashKyiv3–2Khimik
2007–08AzovmashKyiv3–1Khimik
2008–09*AzovmashDonetsk3–0Khimik
2008–09*KryvbasbasketBudivelnyk3–2Politekhnika-Halychyna
2009–10AzovmashBudivelnyk3–2Ferro-ZNTU
2010–11BudivelnykDonetsk4–3Hoverla
2011–12DonetskAzovmash4–0Ferro-ZNTU
2012–13BudivelnykAzovmash4–3Ferro-ZNTU
2013–14BudivelnykKhimik3–1Azovmash
2014–15KhimikDnipro3–0Budivelnyk
2015–16*KhimikDynamo3–1Kryvbas
2015–16*DniproBudivelnyk3–0Politekhnika-Halychyna
2016–17BudivelnykKhimik3–1Dnipro
2017–18Cherkaski MavpyDnipro3–0Khimik

Awards

YearPlayerTeam
2008–09Georgia (country) Manuchar MarkoishviliKyiv
2009–10United States Charles ThomasFerro-ZNTU
2010–11United States Ramel CurryAzovmash
2011–12United States Ramel CurryDonetsk
2012–13United States Malcolm DelaneyBudivelnyk
2013–14Lithuania Darjuš LavrinovičBudivelnyk
2014–15United States Derek Needham[3]Khimik
2015–16Ukraine Dmytro Glebov[4]Kryvbas
2016–17United States Henry Dugat[5]Budivelnyk
2017–18Ukraine Oleksandr Kolchenko[6]Cherkaski Mavpy

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