Brazil NBB 12/09 21:00 - Bauru vs Brasilia - View
Brazil NBB 12/11 22:30 - Bauru vs Cerrado - View
Brazil NBB 12/18 23:00 - Mogi das Cruzes vs Bauru - View
Brazil NBB 12/20 22:30 - Sao Jose vs Bauru - View
Brazil NBB 12/28 23:00 - Franca vs Bauru - View


Brazil NBB 12/02 21:00 - [6] Vasco Da Gama v Bauru [4] L 67-58
Brazil NBB 11/29 22:00 - [15] Botafogo v Bauru [4] L 83-80
Brazil NBB 11/27 22:00 - [8] Flamengo v Bauru [4] L 89-73
Brazil NBB 11/22 22:30 - [3] Bauru v Caxias Do Sul [12] W 94-59
Brazil NBB 11/20 22:30 - [6] Bauru v Uniao Corinthians [9] W 95-67
Brazil NBB 11/16 22:00 - [6] Minas v Bauru [5] L 99-80
Brazil NBB 11/14 22:30 - [7] Pato Basquete v Bauru [5] L 73-70
Brazil NBB 11/11 20:00 - [8] Bauru v Pinheiros [18] W 74-70
Brazil NBB 11/09 22:30 - [8] Bauru v Corinthians [13] W 80-74
Brazil NBB 11/02 22:30 - [9] UNIFACISA v Bauru [5] L 89-58
Brazil NBB 10/31 23:00 - [8] Fortaleza BC v Bauru [5] L 80-77
Brazil NBB 10/26 22:30 - [8] Bauru v Paulistano [19] W 75-71

Wikipedia - Bauru Basket

The Associação Bauru Basketball Team, commonly known as Bauru Basquete (Bauru Basket), is a Brazilian professional basketball team that is based in Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil. The club plays Brazil's top-tier level league, the Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB).

Founded in 1994, Bauru has won two NBB championships, in 2002 and 2016. They also won the continental championship once when they won the FIBA Americas League in 2015. Bauru was the runner-up in the 2015 FIBA Intercontinental Cup.

The team plays its home games in the Ginásio Panela de Pressão, which has capacity for 2,000 people. Bauru is known for being the second club of Leandrinho Barbosa.


Bauru was the second team of the Brazilian shooting guard Leandrinho Barbosa. Barbosa was an important player during the previous top-tier level Nacional Championship, in 2002. In that year, Bauru won the championship title, after winning a series against Araraquara. Barbosa and his teammates Marquinhos Vieira, Murilo Becker, Vanderlei, and others, won the series by a 3–0 score.

In the new Brazilian top-tier league, the NBB's first season (2008–09), Bauru signed the American Brazilian point guard Larry Taylor. In the NBB's fourth season (2011–12), Taylor, helped by the young player Gui Deodato, the experienced Fernando Fischer, and another American, Jeff Agba, led the team to a sixth place finish in the league.

Bauru won its first FIBA Americas League championship, as they won the 2015 FIBA Americas League. The club was thus crowned the Latin American champions for the first time. Because of the Americas League victory, the team would then play in the 2015 FIBA Intercontinental Cup, against the EuroLeague's 2014–15 season champions, Real Madrid.

Bauru Basket has also won three São Paulo State Championships. Bauru reached even bigger heights, when it was announced that the team would be a part of the 2015–16 NBA preseason's international versus NBA games. Bauru played against the NBA clubs, the New York Knicks and the Washington Wizards in the United States, becoming the third Brazilian team to play against NBA teams, after C.R. Vasco da Gama and C.R. Flamengo.

In the 2016–17 NBB season, after two consecutive losses in the NBB's finals, Bauru finally became the Brazilian League champions once again, by winning the title for the first time in 15 years. They won the title, after coming back from a 2-0 series deficit, to beat C.A. Paulistano, in a 5 games series. Bauru's Alex Garcia, was named the NBB Finals MVP.

Bauru is a professional basketball team based in the city of Bauru, Brazil. The team was founded in 1992 and has since become one of the most successful basketball teams in Brazil. Bauru competes in the top-tier Brazilian basketball league, the Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB), and has won the league championship once in 2017.

The team is known for its fast-paced and aggressive style of play, with a focus on strong defense and quick transitions. Bauru's roster is made up of talented Brazilian players, as well as international players from countries such as the United States, Argentina, and Uruguay.

Bauru plays its home games at the Panela de Pressão, a 5,000-seat arena that is known for its passionate and vocal fans. The team has a strong following in Bauru and throughout Brazil, with fans who are dedicated to supporting the team both at home and on the road.

Overall, Bauru is a highly competitive and respected basketball team in Brazil, with a rich history of success and a bright future ahead.