DateRGazde vs Oaspeti-
12/11 22:00 - Paulistano vs Vasco Da Gama View
12/11 22:30 - Bauru vs Cerrado View
12/12 23:00 - Sao Jose vs Mogi das Cruzes View
12/13 23:00 - Pinheiros vs CR Vasco Da Gama View
12/14 22:00 - Corinthians vs Minas View
12/16 19:00 - Brasilia vs Paulistano View
12/16 20:00 - Corinthians vs Pato Basquete View
12/16 20:00 - Pinheiros vs Minas View
12/18 22:00 - Cerrado vs Paulistano View
12/18 23:00 - CR Vasco Da Gama vs Unifacisa View
12/18 23:00 - Botafogo vs Fortaleza BC View
12/18 23:00 - Pinheiros vs Pato Basquete View


Date R Gazde vs Oaspeti -
12/09 22:00 - [18] Corinthians vs Botafogo [14] 86-91
12/09 21:00 - [9] Bauru vs Brasilia [16] 82-73
12/09 21:00 - [4] SESI Franca BC vs Cerrado [15] 80-77
12/09 20:00 - [10] Sao Paulo vs Vasco Da Gama [5] 70-75
12/09 20:00 - [19] Pinheiros vs Sao Jose [8] 73-71
12/08 22:30 - [10] Unifacisa vs Uniao Corinthians [12] 86-80
12/08 22:30 - [7] Fortaleza BC vs Caxias Do Sul [15] 62-63
12/07 23:30 - [4] Paulistano vs Botafogo [15] 85-77
12/07 23:00 - [19] Pinheiros vs Mogi das Cruzes [18] 75-69
12/07 23:00 - [5] Franca vs Brasilia [17] 100-77
12/07 21:00 - [10] Sao Paulo vs Flamengo [2] 70-83
12/06 22:30 - Fortaleza BC vs Uniao Corinthians 74-78

Wikipedia - Novo Basquete Brasil

Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB; English: New Basketball Brazil) is the Brazilian premier professional men's basketball league. It is organized by the Liga Nacional de Basquete (LNB; English: National Basketball League), in a new format of Brazil's previous top-tier level basketball competition, the Campeonato Brasileiro de Basquete (Brazilian Basketball Championship). The NBB is managed by the Brazilian basketball associations, which were founding members of the LNB.


2009 season

The NBB inaugural season didn't have the participation of founding-members Iguaçu, Londrina, Ulbra/Rio Claro, and Uberlândia.

2009–10 season

For the second NBB edition, the LNB confirmed the participation of 14 teams. Limeira and Bira-Lajeado could not keep their squads, thus did not join the season. On the other hand, Londrina joined the League, while an Araraquara/Palmeiras deal brought back to the national competition one of the most traditional Brazilian clubs.

2010–11 season

The 15 teams from the previous season confirmed their participation. The third NBB edition also featured former national and South American champions Uberlândia, who managed to gather a strong squad sponsored by Brasília's former partner, Universo. After a one-year hiatus, Limeira returned to the League. Besides that, first-timers Rio Claro and Iguaçu joined as well.

2012–13 season

For the first time, the NBB had eighteen participating teams, a record in the NBB's history. The three-time champion, Brasília, came once again as the title favorite. But their greatest rival Flamengo, assembled a team to break this hegemony, and thus win the NBB after four years. Uberlândia emerged as one of the favorites for the title, as well as São José. The rookies were the teams of Suzano, Mogi das Cruzes, Palmeiras, and Basquete Cearense. Of the four, the only team to qualify for the playoffs was Basquete Cearense. The last two were Tijuca and Suzano. Suzano, due to financial difficulties, dismounted their team to the championship final, while Tijuca played a small promotion tournament with Fluminense and Macaé, respectively champion and runner-up of Supercopa Brasil de Basquete. In the playoffs, a surprise: the champions of the past three editions were eliminated in the quarterfinals by São José. In the semifinals, Flamengo eliminated São José 3–2, and Uberlândia swept Bauru by 3–0. The final, played in one game in Rio de Janeiro, was won by the super-team of Flamengo, who after four years, won their second title of the NBB.

NBB rivalries