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LNBP National League of Professional Basketball November 5, 2009

Filed under: Mexican Culture — sectaluas @ 9:47 pm
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Sport in Mexico is being increasingly supported strongly by companies dedicated to improving and exposure of different sporting disciplines.

 On March 11, 2000 was established in the city of Durango, a company focused on the support and professionalism of basketball in our country. The National League of Professional Basketball, a partnership with the goal of bringing the country through the best of the sport faster, and produce real professional basketball.


 The National League of Professional Basketball was integrated into their home for 11 sites, listed below:

 Algodoneros de la Laguna Torreón, Coahuila 

Correcaminos Victoria de la UAT Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas 

Correcaminos Reynosa de la UAT Reynosa, Tamaulipas

Correcaminos Tampico de la UAT Tampico, Tamaulipas 

Correcaminos Matamoros de la UAT H. Matamoros, Tamaulipas 

Dorados  Chihuahua, Chihuahua 

Indios de la UACJ Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua 

Garzas de Plata de la UAEH Pachuca, Hidalgo 

Ola Roja México, D.F. 

Osos Saltillo Coahuila 

Vaqueros Agua Prieta Sonora 

 To achieve true professionalism, the professional National Basketball League has the best sports facilities in each city of the participating teams, sports facilities that have been listed as the best in sports infrastructure throughout Latin America. In addition, each team has auditoriums and gymnasiums that have a capacity of between 2,000 and 6,000 attendees, an effort that has been achieved in order to demonstrate to the public the completion of this sport.

 The league tournament lasts four months, it beginning in August and ending in November also it has a spectacular event in mid-season, the All-Star of the National League of Professional Basketball, where they face National best players against foreigners.

 In the same way, the National League of Professional Basketball, also known as LNBP, imports players and coaches internationally, from places like Spain, Puerto Rico, Portugal and the United States and has to place national players and foreigners in the ranks of American League National Basketball Association (NBA), or differently, to bring veteran players of NBA and young talent from leading educational institutions. The LNBP has the support of the FMB, the COPABA, and FIBA.


 article by Saul


4 Responses to “LNBP National League of Professional Basketball”

  1. Michael Says:

    That’s exciting that Mexico is starting to put together a basketball association! Is basketball becoming a popular sport? What is the attendance at the tournaments/ games? It would be awesome if you could share with me how it differs from the National Basketball Association in the United States.

    • sectaluas Says:

      Many people in Mexico like the basketball but miss help of the government to this sport advanced in the country, many people go to the games however its doesnt have publicity and also miss stadiums, for this the people prefer de soccer.
      The LNBP is a rookie association compare to NBA many players that wasn’t accepted in the NBA go to the LNBP, by this the teams of mexico is worrying to get foreign players but if the teams produce players of this country, the basketball in Mexico will grow fastly.

      Thanks to interest of my article, I wait that this answer reply your question 🙂

  2. Xavier Says:

    I think that it is cool that there is NBA in Mexico which is called LNBP. It would be very exciting to watch the LNBP. We have a NBA in the United States. It’s the same thing, but worded differently. I like basketball a lot. I think it is a great sport. We play junior high basketball and today we have a game today and we will win.

    • sectaluas Says:

      Is nice that you like the basketball, I also think that is the best sport at the world, Iam fan of NBA my favorite team is the Mavericks of Dallas and also I practice the sport, I am in the team of the high school and play games in the league of my city.

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