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B.League
Namamayong lawasJapan Professional Basketball League
NaitogdasAbril 1, 2015; 9 years ago (2015-04-01)[1]
Enot na season2016–17
NasyonHapon
KompederasyonFIBA Asia (Asia)
Mga dibisyonB1 League
B2 League
Bilang nin mga koponan36(B1: 22, B2: 14)
Libel sa pyramid1–2
Relegasyon saJapan Basketball League
Presenteng kampeonB1: Chiba Jets Funabashi (Enot na titulo)
B2: Gunma Crane Thunders (1st title)
(2020–21)
Pinakadakol na kampeonatoB1: Alvark Tokyo (2 titulo)
B2: Nishinomiya Storks
Rizing Zephyr Fukuoka
Shinshu Brave Warriors
Gunma Crane Thunders (1 titulo sa kada saro)
PresidenteShinji Shimada (ja) (Chairman)[1]
Mga TV partnerDAZN
Websityowww.bleague.jp

An B.League[2] iyo sarong propesyonal na panglalaking liga nin basketbol na nagpoon sa Hapon kan Septembre 2016.[3][4] An liga pig-ooperar kan Japan Professional Basketball League asin iyo natogdas bilang resulta kan pagsaro kan National Basketball League na pig-ooperar kan kaapil kan FIBA na Japan Basketball Association asin an talingkas na nag-ooperar na bj league. An pagsaro iyo may mandato kan FIBA bilang sarong kondisyon sa Hapon para magpadagos liwat nin pagigin miyembro pakatapos kan suspensyon kan Nobyembre 2014.[5]

Uusipon[baguhon | baguhon an source]

An Japan Basketball Association iyo namokna kan 1930 asin pig-operar an mga pangenot na liga nin basketbol sa Hapon sa irarom nin nagkapirang mga ngaran poon 1967. Sa historya kan asosasyon, an mga koponan iyo kaapil sa mga darakulang korporasyon asin an mga parakawat iyo empleyado kan saindang mga kompanya imbes na nagkakawat bilang mga propesyonal na parakawat nin basketbol. Sa kapinunan kan 1990s, an soccer sa Hapon nagrayo naman sa kaparehas na korporadong istraktura asin pig-lunsar an J.League kan 1993.[6] An JBA pigkomensar an pag-imbestiga sa propesyonalisasyon kan basketbol sa kaparehas na taon, asin kan 1997 pighali an pagbabawal sa mga propesyonal na parakawat. Alagad, an istraktura kan Japan Super League mantinido na nagpopoon pa sana, na an kadaklan nin mga koponan yaon man giraray sa kontrol kan mga korporadong sponsor/kagsadiri.

Kan 2005, an kalaban na bj league iyo piglunsar bilang kompetisyon sa Super League, base sa Amerikanong prankisang sistema nin mga propesyonal na koponan. Bilang simbag, an JBA piglunsar liwat an Super League bilang an Japan Basketball League kan 2007, pero igwa man giraray nin salak kan propesyonal asin korporadong koponan sa kompetisyon. An JBL pigtatakan liwat bilang an National Basketball League kan 2013. Poon sa pagkatogdas kan bj league kan 2005, an parehas na kompetisyon naglakop sa bilang nin mga koponan, kaiba an 45 koponan na nagpapartisipar sa duwang kompetisyon kan 2015.[7]

An FIBA, an internasyonal na namamayong lawas para sa basketbol, nagrumdom sa pagbaranga asin disorganisasyon kan isport sa nasyon. Pakatapos na an JBA nagpalya sa deadline na itinao para sa reorganisasyon kan domestikong liga, an FIBA pigsuspende an Hapon sa mga internasyonal na kompetisyon kan Nobyembre 2014. Sarong task force para maimbestigahan an repormasyon kan domestikong liga an namokna asin si Saburō Kawabuchi an napiling co-chairman. Kan Mayo 2015, sa paagi kan rekomendasyon kan FIBA, si Kawabuchi an napiling presidente kan JBA.[8] An pagsaro kan duwang naglalabang liga pasiring sa B.League iyo pig-anunsyo kan Hunyo 2015[9] asin an internasyonal na suspensyon pighali kan FIBA sa bulan nin Agosto.[10] An telekomunikasyong kompanya na Softbank an pigpangaranang pangenot na sponsor kan liga para sa pagbubukas kan season kan Marso 2016.[11]

Mga koponan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

An liga iyo pigbibilog nin duwang dibisyon, an B1 asin B2. Para sa 2021–22 season, an enot na dibisyon (B1) igwa nin 22 koponan asin an ikaduwang dibisyon (B2) igwa nin 14 koponan, kaiba an sistema nin promosyon asin regulason sa tahaw kan duwang dibisyon. Nababanga man dagos an enot na duwang dibisyon sa duwang komperensya, an Subangan asin Solnopan. [12]

Enot na dibisyon (20 koponan)[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Komperensya Ngaran kan koponan Syudad, Prepektura Ginikanang arena[13] Enot na taon sa B.League 2015–16 na Liga
Subangan Akita Northern Happinets Akita, Akita CNA Arena Akita 2016–17 bj-league
Alvark Tokyo Fuchū, Tokyo Arena Tachikawa Tachihi, Komazawa Gymnasium 2016–17 NBL
Chiba Jets Funabashi Funabashi, Chiba Funabashi Arena 2016–17 NBL
Kawasaki Brave Thunders Kawasaki, Kanagawa Kawasaki Todoroki Arena 2016–17 NBL
Levanga Hokkaido Sapporo, Hokkaido Hokkai Kitayell 2016–17 NBL
Niigata Albirex BB Nagaoka, Niigata City Hall Plaza Aore Nagaoka 2016–17 bj-league
Sun Rockers Shibuya Shibuya, Tokyo Aoyama Gakuin University Gymnasium 2016–17 NBL
Toyama Grouses Toyama, Toyama Toyama City Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
Utsunomiya Brex Utsunomiya, Tochigi Brex Arena Utsunomiya 2016–17 NBL
Yokohama B-Corsairs Yokohama, Kanagawa Yokohama International Swimming Pool 2016–17 bj-league
Solnopan Hiroshima Dragonflies Hiroshima, Hiroshima Hiroshima Sun Plaza 2016–17 NBL
Kyoto Hannaryz Kyoto, Kyoto Hannaryz Arena 2016–17 bj-league
Nagoya Diamond Dolphins Nagoya, Aichi Dolphins Arena 2016–17 NBL
Osaka Evessa Osaka, Osaka Ookini Arena Maishima 2016–17 bj-league
Ryukyu Golden Kings Okinawa, Okinawa Okinawa City Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
San-en NeoPhoenix Toyohashi, Aichi Toyohashi City General Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
SeaHorses Mikawa Kariya, Aichi Wing Arena Kariya 2016–17 NBL
Shiga Lakestars Ōtsu, Shiga Ukaruchan Arena 2016–17 bj-league
Shimane Susanoo Magic Matsue, Shimane Matsue City General Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
Shinshu Brave Warriors Chikuma, Nagano White Ring (arena) 2016–17 bj-league

Ikaduwang dibisyon (16 koponan)[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Komperensya Ngaran kan koponan Syudad, Prepektura Ginikanang arena Enot na taon sa B.League 2015–16 na Liga
Subangan Aomori Wat's Aomori, Aomori Maeda Arena 2016–17 bj-league
Earth Friends Tokyo Z Ōta, Tokyo Ota City General Gymnasium 2016–17 NBDL
Fukushima Firebonds Kōriyama, Fukushima Koriyama General Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
Gunma Crane Thunders Ota, Gunma Ota Citizens Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
Ibaraki Robots Mito, Ibaraki Adastria Mito Arena 2016–17 NBL
Koshigaya Alphas Koshigaya, Saitama Koshigaya Municipal General Gymnasium 2019–20 NBDL
Sendai 89ers Sendai, Miyagi Xebio Arena Sendai 2016–17 bj-league
Yamagata Wyverns Tendo, Yamagata Yamagata Prefectural General Sports Park Gymnasium 2016–17 NBDL
Solnopan Bambitious Nara Nara, Nara Naraden Arena 2016–17 bj-league
Ehime Orange Vikings Matsuyama, Ehime Matsuyama City General Community Center 2016–17 bj-league
Fighting Eagles Nagoya Nagoya, Aichi Biwajima Sports Center 2016–17 NBDL
Kagawa Five Arrows Takamatsu, Kagawa Takamatsu City General Gymnasium 2016–17 bj-league
Kumamoto Volters Kumamoto, Kumamoto Kumamoto Prefectural Gymnasium 2016–17 NBL
Nishinomiya Storks Nishinomiya, Hyogo Nishinomiya City Central Gymnasium 2016–17 NBL
Rizing Zephyr Fukuoka Fukuoka, Fukuoka Teriha Sekisui House Arena 2017–18 bj-league
Saga Ballooners Saga, Saga Saga Sunrise Park General Gymnasium 2020–21

Ikatolong dibisyon (11 koponan)[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Ngaran kan koponan Syudad, Prepektura 2015–16 na Liga
Aisin AW Areions Anjo Anjō, Aichi NBDL
Gifu Swoops Gifu, Gifu
Iwate Big Bulls Morioka, Iwate bj-league
Kagoshima Rebnise Kagoshima, Kagoshima NBDL
Kanazawa Samuraiz Kanazawa, Ishikawa bj-league
Saitama Broncos Tokorozawa, Saitama bj-league
Yokohama Excellence Yokohama, Kanagawa NBDL
Tokyo Hachioji Bee Trains Hachioji, Tokyo NBDL
Toyoda Gosei Scorpions Kiyosu, Aichi NBDL
Tryhoop Okayama Okayama, Okayama
Veltex Shizuoka Shizuoka, Shizuoka

Panluwas na takod[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

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  4. "B.LEAGUE開幕日・対戦カード決定のお知らせ" [B.League Opening Day Matchup Decided] (in Japanese). 24 May 2016. Archived from the original on 3 June 2016. Retrieved 1 June 2016.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
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  7. Odeven, Kaz (3 October 2015). "Size of B. League will present challenges from the outset". Japan Times. Archived from the original on 8 November 2016. Retrieved 8 June 2016. 
  8. "Kawabuchi becomes new JBA President". 18 May 2015. Archived from the original on 7 August 2016. Retrieved 8 June 2016. 
  9. Nagatsuka, Kaz (19 June 2015). "FIBA on fast track to fully lift Japan Basketball Association ban in August". Japan Times. Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
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  11. Nagatsuka, Kaz (10 March 2016). "Softbank named top B. League partner". Japan Times. Retrieved 8 June 2016. 
  12. Nagatsuka, Kaz (14 April 2020). "B. League to realign teams into two conferences for 2020-21 season". The Japan Times. Retrieved 13 September 2020. 
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