2019–20 Belarusian Premier League (basketball)

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Belarusian Premier League
Teams11
Dates21 September 2019 – 7 September 2020
Final positions
ChampionsTsmoki-Minsk
12th title

The 2019–20 Belarusian Premier League season was the 28th season of the top tier basketball league in Belarus. The season started on 21 September 2019, the season was suspended after 14 March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.[1] A concluding Final Four tournament was organised in September 2020. Tsmoki-Minsk defended its title.[2]

Competition format[edit]

Ten teams joined the regular season, that consisted in a four-legged round-robin competition, later dividing all the teams into two groups. The six teams of the Group A and the two best of the Group B joined the playoffs.

Teams[edit]

Location of teams in 2019–20 Belarusian Premier League
Team Location
Borisfen Mogilev
Brest Brest
Grodno 93 Grodno
Impuls Minsk
Masita-GOCOR Gomel
Prinemanye Grodno
RCOP-SDUSHOR Minsk
RGUOR Minsk
Rubon Vitebsk
Tsmoki-Minsk Minsk
Tsmoki-Minsk Reserves Minsk
Tsmoki-Minsk Youth Minsk

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Grodno 93 9 8 1 811 611 +200 17 Qualification to the Group A
2 Borisfen 9 8 1 941 599 +342 17
3 Tsmoki-Minsk Reserves 9 7 2 789 546 +243 16
4 Rubon 9 7 2 883 681 +202 16
5 Impuls 9 5 4 728 672 +56 14
6 Tsmoki-Minsk Youth 9 4 5 592 711 −119 13
7 Prinemanye 9 2 7 567 804 −237 11 Qualification to the Group B
8 Brest 9 2 7 638 822 −184 11
9 Masita-GOCOR 9 1 8 572 782 −210 10
10 RCOP-SDUSHOR 9 1 8 592 875 −283 10
Source: BBF.by

Results[edit]

Home \ Away BOR BRE GRO IMP GOC PRI RCO RUB TMR TMY
Borisfen 70–71 127–45 107–89 131–49
Brest 73–109 69–90 98–81 91–75 69–101
Grodno 93 121–55 84–72 107–80 116–69 78–62
Impuls 65–89 77–62 94–110 58–78 94–69
Masita-GOCOR 52–107 70–82 41–80 63–85
Prinemanye 82–79 57–79 51–91 67–78 41–93
RCOP-SDUSHOR 73–109 60–87 61–89 46–95 50–90
Rubon 106–57 90–77 114–70 131–80
Tsmoki-Minsk Reserves 82–92 85–34 95–75 98–53
Tsmoki-Minsk Youth 57–47 56–78 73–62 60–88
Source: BBF.by
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

Second stage Group A[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1 Borisfen 23 20 3 2238 1618 +620 43
2 Grodno 93 25 18 7 2145 1825 +320 43
3 Rubon 25 16 9 2325 2043 +282 41
4 Tsmoki-Minsk Reserves 24 16 8 1957 1613 +344 40
5 Impuls 25 10 15 1923 1979 −56 35
6 Tsmoki-Minsk Youth 24 5 19 1451 2046 −595 29
Updated to match(es) played on 14 March 2020. Source: BBF.by

Results[edit]

Home \ Away BOR GRO IMP RUB TMR TMY BOR GRO IMP RUB TMR TMY
Borisfen 87–82 98–51 103–79 86–81 107–54 96–77 78–74 103–74
Grodno 93 96–100 80–71 94–102 90–89 92–50 97–70
Impuls 48–95 79–56 85–109 70–75 92–75 101–99 64–83
Rubon 97–87 92–95 86–82 79–82 106–54 77–110 89–83 78–99 103–56
Tsmoki-Minsk Reserves 53–57 83–71 77–69 81–83 74–58 59–70 80–84 81–71
Tsmoki-Minsk Youth 52–101 50–85 69–85 67–117 45–78 45–65 58–57 56–76
Updated to match(es) played on 14 March 2020. Source: BBF.by
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

Second stage Group B[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1 Masita-GOCOR 23 12 11 1839 1839 0 35
2 Brest 22 10 12 1711 1851 −140 32
3 Prinemanye 21 9 12 1484 1711 −227 30
4 RCOP-SDUSHOR 22 6 16 1590 1957 −367 28
5 RGUOR[a] 14 2 12 901 1091 −190 26
Updated to match(es) played on 14 March 2020. Source: BBF.by
Notes:
  1. ^ RGUOR started to play in the second stage. 10 points were added to them, equal to 10 losses in the first stage.

Results Group B[edit]

Home \ Away BRE GOC PRI RCO RGU BRE GOC PRI RCO RGU
Brest 102–99 100–76 91–67 82–79 75–68 96–65
Masita-GOCOR 97–66 78–74 113–101 85–54 89–83 98–75 69–64
Prinemanye 93–78 85–99 76–70 73–44 79–67 84–99 70–69
RCOP-SDUSHOR 84–80 77–103 72–75 83–50 72–69 59–101 58–68
RGUOR 57–63 54–91 56–74 74–83 83–88 84–78
Updated to match(es) played on 14 March 2020. Source: BBF.by
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

Final Four[edit]

To conclude the season, a final four round-robin tournament was held in September 2020. Tsmoki-Minsk, Rubon, Borisfen and BK Grodno-93 played one game against each other. Tsmoki-Minsk defended its title, finishing with an unbeaten 3–0 record.

Belarusian clubs in European competitions[edit]

Borisfen made its debut in European competitions. However, it was eliminated in the qualifying round of the FIBA Europe Cup.

Team Competition Progress
Tsmoki-Minsk Champions League First qualifying round
FIBA Europe Cup Quarterfinals
Borisfen Qualifying round

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Belaru -2019-20". Eurobasket.com. Retrieved 25 December 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Tsmoki-Minsk defend Premier League titl". Eurobasket.com. 7 September 2020.

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