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    (Wikipedia) - Iranian Basketball Super League This article is about the Iranian Super League for Basketball. For other uses, see Iranian Super League. Iranian Super League Sport Founded No. of teams Country Most recent champion(s) Most titles TV partner(s) Official website
    Current season, competition or edition: 2013–14 Iranian Basketball Super League
    Basketball
    1989 officially 1998 with current format
    12
    Iran
    Petrochimi (2nd title)
    Zob Ahan Isfahan (9 titles)
    IRIB
    IranBasketball.org

    The Iranian Basketball Super League is a professional basketball league in Iran founded in 1998. It is widely regarded as one of the best leagues in Asia. The current 2013–14 champion is Petrochimi Bandar Imam. The league follows the promotion and relegation system in which the worst two teams are relegated to 1st Division.

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    2012–13 teams League champions Division 1 Season Champion Runner-up Third place
    1989–1990 Jandarmeri Tehran Shahin Gorgan
    1991–1992 Shahrdari Isfahan Shahrdari Gorgan Gostaresh Tehran
    1992–1993 Shahrdari Isfahan Azad University Tehran Etka Gorgan
    1993–1994 Zob Ahan Isfahan Bank Tejarat Tehran Etka Gorgan
    1994–1995 Zob Ahan Isfahan Bank Tejarat Tehran Etka Gorgan & Rah Ahan Tehran
    1995–1996 Paykan Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Rah Ahan Tehran
    1996–1997 Zob Ahan Isfahan Paykan Tehran Rah Ahan Tehran
    1997–1998 Paykan Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Fath Tehran
    Super League Season Champion Runner-up Third place
    1998–1999 Zob Ahan Isfahan Paykan Tehran Fajr Sepah Tehran
    1999–2000 Zob Ahan Isfahan Paykan Tehran Shahrdari Gorgan
    2000–2001 Zob Ahan Isfahan Foolad Mobarakeh Isfahan Iran Nara Tehran
    2001–2002 Zob Ahan Isfahan Sanam Tehran Paykan Tehran
    2002–2003 Sanam Tehran Iran Nara Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
    2003–2004 Saba Battery Tehran Sanam Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
    2004–2005 Sanam Tehran Saba Battery Tehran Paykan Tehran
    2005–2006 Saba Battery Tehran Petrochimi Bandar Imam Paykan Tehran
    2006–2007 Saba Battery Tehran Petrochimi Bandar Imam Mahram Tehran
    2007–2008 Mahram Tehran Saba Battery Tehran Kaveh Tehran
    2008–2009 Mahram Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Saba Mehr Qazvin
    2009–2010 Mahram Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Petrochimi Bandar Imam
    2010–2011 Mahram Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Petrochimi Bandar Imam
    2011–2012 Mahram Tehran Petrochimi Bandar Imam Foolad Mahan Isfahan
    2012–2013 Petrochimi Bandar Imam Mahram Tehran Foolad Mahan Isfahan
    2013–2014 Petrochimi Bandar Imam Mahram Tehran Azad University Tehran
    Titles by club Team Winners Runners-Up Years Won Years Runner-Up
    Zob Ahan Isfahan 9 5 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 1996, 1998, 2009, 2010, 2011
    Mahram Tehran 5 2 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 2013, 2014
    Saba Battery Tehran 3 2 2004, 2006, 2007 2005, 2008
    Paykan Tehran 2 3 1996, 1998 1997, 1999, 2000
    Petrochimi Bandar Imam 2 3 2013, 2014 2006, 2007, 2012
    Sanam Tehran 2 2 2003, 2005 2002, 2004
    Jandarmeri Tehran 1 0 1990
    Shahrdari Gorgan 0 2 1990, 1992
    Bank Tejarat Tehran 0 2 1994, 1995
    Azad University Tehran 0 1 1993
    Foolad Mobarakeh Isfahan 0 1 2001
    Iran Nara Tehran 0 1 2003
    Titles by city City (Province) Winners Runners-up
    Tehran (Tehran) 13 13
    Isfahan (Isfahan) 9 6
    Mahshahr (Khuzestan) 2 3
    Gorgan (Golestan) 0 2
    Notable foreign players
    • Zlatko Jovanović
    • Nedžad Sinanović
    • Ibrahim Jaaber
    • Garth Joseph
    • Makan Dioumassi
    • Nikoloz Tskitishvili
    • Nestoras Kommatos
    • Kaspars Kambala
    • Marius Prekevičius
    • Soumaila Samake
    • Francisco Elson
    • Pero Cameron
    • Gabe Muoneke
    • Julius Nwosu
    • Ejike Ugboaja
    • Jaime Lloreda
    • Cheikh Samb
    • Pape Sow
    • Sani Bečirovič
    • Marko Milič
    • Óscar Yebra
    • Torraye Braggs
    • Ed Elisma
    • Joseph Forte
    • Marlon Garnett
    • Mike Jones
    • Mark Karcher
    • Priest Lauderdale
    • Art Long
    • Tony Madison
    • Waitari Marsh
    • Lee Nailon
    • Andre Pitts
    • Carlos Powell
    • Alvin Sims
    • Jabari Smith
    • Omar Sneed
    • Jackson Vroman
    • Robert Whaley
    • Loren Woods
    • Kevin Sheppard
    • Leandro García

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