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Paraguayan Metropolitan Basketball League

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Paraguayan Metropolitan Basketball League

The Paraguayan Metropolitan Basketball League is the most important basketball league from Paraguay. As of 2015, 12 teams are participating in the league. The yearly winners of this league are considered the Paraguayan basketball champions despite the fact that only teams from Asunción compete (teams from other departments compete in the National League). Because of this, the champion gets the right to play in the South American Club Championship.

Contents

  • List of Champions 1
  • Titles by team 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

List of Champions[1]

[2]

Titles by team

See also

References

  1. ^ Corporación Deportiva Fénix, ed. (20 July 2009). "historial de los campeones oficiales de baloncesto varonil". 
  2. ^ Latin Basket
  3. ^ Libertad campeón
  4. ^ ABC Color (ed.) Premiarán a los mejores de la temporada 2009. (Dec 8, 2009). Retrevied Nov 22, 2012, (in Spanish)
  5. ^  
  6. ^ Sol de América magnífico campeón
  7. ^ Paraguay.com (ed.) Doblete Centenario: Doblete centenario: ¡Cerro, campeón absoluto del básquetbol!. (Nov. 26, 2012). Retrevied Dic. 10, 2012, (in Spanish)

External links

  • Paraguayan league on Latinbasket.com (English)
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