Brazil FPB 09/27 00:00 - Paulistano vs Sao Jose - View
Brazil NBB 10/23 23:00 - Franca vs Paulistano - View
Brazil NBB 10/26 22:30 - Bauru vs Paulistano - View
Brazil NBB 11/02 14:00 - Paulistano vs Sao Paulo - View
Brazil NBB 11/04 21:00 - Paulistano vs Fortaleza BC - View
Brazil NBB 11/06 22:00 - Paulistano vs UNIFACISA - View


Brazil FPB 09/23 21:00 - Paulistano v Pinheiros L 74-76
Brazil FPB 09/18 22:00 - Paulistano v Sao Paulo L 78-93
Brazil FPB 09/13 22:00 - Paulistano v Bauru W 69-65
Brazil FPB 09/09 19:00 - Paulistano v Franca L 71-78
Brazil FPB 09/06 22:00 - Sao Paulo v Paulistano L 67-55
Brazil FPB 08/27 14:00 - Sao Jose v Paulistano L 83-65
Brazil FPB 08/17 23:00 - Pinheiros v Paulistano W 66-100
Brazil FPB 08/12 19:00 - Paulistano v Osasco W 76-55
Brazil FPB 08/10 22:00 - Paulistano v Corinthians W 84-63
Brazil FPB 08/07 22:00 - Mogi das Cruzes v Paulistano W 67-80
Brazil FPB 08/04 23:00 - Araraquara v Paulistano D 0-0
Brazil NBB 05/09 22:00 3 [4] Minas v Paulistano [5] L 71-67

Club Athletico Paulistano, abbreviated as C.A. Paulistano or C.A.P., is the senior men's basketball section of the Brazilian multi-sports club Club Athletico Paulistano (C.A.P.), which is based in São Paulo, Brazil. The team competes in the top-tier level Brazilian league, the Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB). For sponsorship reasons, the club is also currently known as Paulistano/Corpore, or Paulistano Corpore.


Paulistano was the first team of point guard Marcelinho Huertas, long-time player and captain of the senior Brazilian national basketball team. In the NBB 2009–10 season, the club's managers signed center Rafael "Bàbby" Araújo, who had just a been Brazilian national league champion with C.R. Flamengo, a season before. But the team did not have a good season, and finished the season in eleventh place in the Brazilian NBB League. The following NBB 2010–11 season was even worse than the previous one, and Paulistano finished the season in twelfth place in the NBB.

In the NBB 2011–12 season, under the guidance of head coach Gustavo de Conti, and led on the court by the young players Elinho Neto and Betinho Duarte, Paulistano had the best NBB season in the club's history, as they finished in seventh place in the regular season standings. In the NBB playoffs, the experienced team of Franca defeated the young team from São Paulo. In the following NBB 2012–13 season, Paulistano lost Betinho Duarte to Minas, and Guillermo Araújo to its greatest rival, E.C. Pinheiros.

Paulistano is a professional basketball team based in São Paulo, Brazil. The team was founded in 1929 and has a rich history of success in Brazilian basketball. Paulistano has won numerous national championships and has produced many talented players who have gone on to play professionally in Brazil and abroad.

The team plays its home games at the Ginásio Antonio Prado Jr., which has a seating capacity of 3,000 spectators. Paulistano is known for its fast-paced, high-scoring style of play, and its players are known for their athleticism and skill on the court.

The team's colors are blue and white, and its logo features a basketball with the team's name written in bold letters. Paulistano has a strong fan base in São Paulo and throughout Brazil, and its games are always well-attended and highly anticipated.

Overall, Paulistano is a respected and successful basketball team with a long history of excellence in Brazilian basketball. Its players are talented and dedicated, and its fans are passionate and loyal.