Švédsko - Basketligan

Švédsko - Basketligan

Links
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Fixtures

DateRDomácí vs Hosté-
01/26 17:04 26 Norrköping vs Södertälje View
01/27 18:04 26 Jamtland vs Umea BSKT View
01/28 18:04 26 Boras Basket vs KFUM Fryshuset View
01/29 14:04 18 LF Basket Lulea vs Köping Stars View
01/31 18:34 27 Nassjo Basket vs Boras Basket View
02/01 18:04 27 Umea BSKT vs Norrköping View
02/01 18:04 27 KFUM Fryshuset vs Jamtland View
02/01 18:04 27 Södertälje vs LF Basket Lulea View
02/04 18:04 28 Södertälje vs Köping Stars View
02/04 18:04 28 Umea BSKT vs LF Basket Lulea View
02/05 15:04 28 KFUM Fryshuset vs Norrköping View
02/06 14:04 28 Nassjo Basket vs Jamtland View

Results

Date R Domácí vs Hosté -
01/21 18:04 25 KFUM Fryshuset vs Nassjo Basket PPT.
01/21 18:04 25 [8] Köping Stars vs Norrköping [1] 75-101
01/20 18:04 25 [4] Södertälje vs Jämtland Basket [2] 72-55
01/18 18:04 22 [2] Jämtland Basket vs Norrköping [1] 101-102
01/17 18:04 24 [6] Nassjo Basket vs Umea BSKT [7] 93-65
01/15 19:04 24 [2] Jämtland Basket vs Köping Stars [8] 98-69
01/14 18:04 24 [5] Boras Basket vs Södertälje [4] 99-83
01/14 18:04 24 [1] Norrköping vs BC Luleå [3] 113-95
01/11 18:04 23 [8] Köping Stars vs Boras Basket [5] 95-94
01/11 18:04 23 [7] Umea BSKT vs KFUM Fryshuset [9] 109-86
01/11 18:04 23 LF Basket Lulea vs Jamtland PPT.
01/10 18:34 23 Södertälje vs Nassjo Basket PPT.

Svenska Basketligan, or the Swedish Basketball League (SBL), is the premier league for professional basketball in Sweden. The league was originally established in 1992 as Basketligan and was known as that prior to the season of 2006–07, but when the Swedish company Obol Investment signed an agreement with the Swedish Basketball Federation in early October 2006, the league was renamed Obol Basketball League (OBL). In January 2007 the name was changed to Ligan, meaning simply the League.

History

On October 6, 2006, the Swedish Basketball Federation signed a 15-year agreement with Swiss company Obol Investment. Part of the deal was that Basketligan would be renamed Obol Basketball League. Other parts of the deal include that the winning team would receive prize money if the team were to play in the EuroLeague during the following season. The agreement lasted for 15 years, but after five years Obol would make an evaluation and have the rights to then cancel the deal, if they so wish.