Baloncesto Superior Nacional

Baloncesto Superior Nacional De Puerto Rico
Current season or competition:
BSN Season 2011
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Baloncesto Superior Nacional De Puerto Rico
Sport Basketball
Founded 1929
Commissioner Carlos J. Beltran
Motto "Pura Pasión"
Inaugural season 1930
No. of teams 10
Country(ies) Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Continent FIBA Americas (Americas)
Most recent champion(s) Capitanes de Arecibo (5th title)
Most titles Vaqueros de Bayamón (14 titles)
TV partner(s) CV24, Media sports tv, DirecTV
Official website http://www.bsnpr.com/

The Baloncesto Superior Nacional or BSN (lit. "National Superior Basketball") is the main Puerto Rican men's basketball league. It currently has 10 teams, but has had many teams in several cities of the island. The league was established in 1929. It has produced players that have distinguished themselves in the NBA, European Leagues, and other leagues. Also most of the players in the Puerto Rico men's national basketball team are playing in the league.

For the 2011 season, which began the 31st of May,[1] each team will play 30 games in a single table format. The regular season is followed by a Playoff with the best 8 teams divided in two groups based on regular season standings (1 vs 8, 4 vs 5, 2 vs 7, and 3 vs 6). The teams will play series the best of seven. The season concludes with the finals, here two teams compete in the best of seven games.

The Vaqueros de Bayamón are the current leaders in all time championships with fourteen. The Atléticos de San Germán have thirteen and the Leones de Ponce have twelve.

Contents

History

The league began in 1930, and is noted for having had several head coaches who went on to achieve international recognition later in their careers. Among these are Basketball Hall of Fame members Tex Winter, who coached the Ponce Lions in the early 1950s, Red Holzman, who also coached Ponce in the 1960s, and Phil Jackson, who coached Quebradillas and Isabela in the late 1980s. Others include Lou Rossini, Del Harris, P.J. Carlessimo, Bernie Bickerstaff and Herb Brown.

During the 1980s, notable players followed in the footsteps of players such as Juan "Pachin" Vicens (Named Greatest Basketball Player in the World at the Basketball World Championship, held in Santiago, Chile, 1959) and Butch Lee, the first Puerto Rican and BSN player to enter the NBA. Among those are Mario 'Quijote' Morales, Raymond Dalmau, Jose 'Piculin' Ortiz, Ramón Rivas, Jerome Mincy, Georgie Torres, Angelo Cruz, Angel Santiago, the late Federico 'Fico' Lopez and Rubén Rodríguez showcased their talents to all of Puerto Rico's TV viewers and game goers.

Throughout the years, the best Puerto Rican players of the BSN have been selected to participate in Puerto Rico's national team.

2008-present

Prior to the inauguration of the 2008 season, Henry Neumann resigned as president and entered politics. Felix "Felo" Rivera, then owner of the Criollos de Caguas, was selected to succeed him. Rivera debuted as president on September 22, 2007, when he presided over a meeting with most of the league's staff and other members of the sports community in Puerto Rico.[2] The meeting extended to ten hours and served primarily as a ceremony to officially present him as the BSN president.[2] Several changes to the league's rules were discussed, with two being adopted. The first one being a 50% penalty to franchises with payrolls larger than the $500,000 cap.[2] This had been approved before in 2004 and only Santurce and Ponce failed to stay under the salary cap, however it was abandoned following the conclusion of that season. The main difference was that, with the new rule, the money that the league received with the penalty would be awarded to teams that didn't go over the cap.[2] The second rule approved was that restrictions on second "reinforcement" players were dropped, noting that the quality of immigrant players was supposed to rise.[2] In the meeting, the league announced that the 2008 tournament would begin on March 1, 2008, earlier than in previous years. When September concluded, Miguel Laborde was replaced by Juan Trinidad as the BSN's tournament director.[2]

Teams

The current league organization features 10 teams in a single division.

Championships

Complete list of BSN Championship winners

Year Champion Result Sub-Champion Reference
1930 Capitalinos de San Juan 4–? Vaqueros de Bayamón
1931 Capitalinos de San Juan 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1932 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1933 Vaqueros de Bayamón  ?–? Atléticos de San Germán
1934 Vega Baja 4–? Vaqueros de Bayamón
1935 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Vega Baja
1936 Vega Baja 4–? Fcla. Martin
1937 Vega Baja 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1938 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Fcla. Martin
1939 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Vega Baja
1940 Capitalinos de San Juan 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1941 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1942 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Cangrejeros de Santurce
1943 Tortuguero  ?–? Capitalinos de San Juan
1944 University of Puerto Rico 4–? Capitalinos de San Juan
1945 Capitalinos de San Juan 4–? University of Puerto Rico
1946 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1947 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1948 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1949 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Leones de Ponce
1950 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Capitalinos de San Juan
1951 University of Puerto Rico 4–? Cangrejeros de Santurce
1952 Leones de Ponce 4–? Cangrejeros de Santurce
1953 CANCELLED
1954 Leones de Ponce 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1955 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1956 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1957 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1958 Capitalinos de San Juan 4–? Leones de Ponce
1959 Capitanes de Arecibo 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1960 Leones de Ponce 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1961 Leones de Ponce 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1962 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1963 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Leones de Ponce
1964 Leones de Ponce 4–? Cangrejeros de Santurce
1965 Leones de Ponce 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1966 Leones de Ponce 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1967 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Leones de Ponce
1968 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1969 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1970 Piratas de Quebradillas 4–? Vaqueros de Bayamón
1971 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1972 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1973 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1974 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Capitalinos de San Juan
1975 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1976 Cardenales de Río Piedras 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1977 Piratas de Quebradillas 4–? Cardenales de Río Piedras
1978 Piratas de Quebradillas 4–? Mets de Guaynabo
1979 Piratas de Quebradillas 4–? Gigantes de Carolina
1980 Mets de Guaynabo 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1981 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Mets de Guaynabo
1982 Mets de Guaynabo 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
1983 Indios de Canóvanas 4–? Mets de Guaynabo
1984 Indios de Canóvanas 4–? Gallitos de Isabela
1985 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Mets de Guaynabo
1986 Polluelos de Aibonito 4–? Atléticos de San Germán
1987 Titanes de Morovis 4–? Polluelos de Aibonito
1988 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Indios de Canóvanas
1989 Mets de Guaynabo 4–? Leones de Ponce
1990 Leones de Ponce 4–? Mets de Guaynabo
1991 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Brujos de Guayama
1992 Leones de Ponce 4–? Capitanes de Arecibo
1993 Leones de Ponce 4–1 Mets de Guaynabo [3]
1994 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Brujos de Guayama
1995 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Leones de Ponce
1996 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–? Leones de Ponce
1997 Atléticos de San Germán 4–? Gigantes de Carolina
1998 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Leones de Ponce
1999 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
2000 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Piratas de Quebradillas
2001 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Vaqueros de Bayamón
2002 Leones de Ponce 4–3 Vaqueros de Bayamón [4]
2003 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–? Leones de Ponce [5]
2004 Leones de Ponce 4–3 Maratonistas de Coamo [6]
2005 Capitanes de Arecibo 4–0 Vaqueros de Bayamón [7]
2006 Criollos de Caguas 4–? Cangrejeros de Santurce
2007 Cangrejeros de Santurce 4–3 Capitanes de Arecibo [8]
2008 Capitanes de Arecibo 4–3 Gigantes de Carolina [9]
2009 Vaqueros de Bayamón 4–2 Piratas de Quebradillas [10]
2010 Capitanes de Arecibo 4–3 Vaqueros de Bayamón [11]
2011 Capitanes de Arecibo 4–1 Piratas de Quebradillas [12]

Number of championships won by teams

Teams Finals
appearances
Championships Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Vaqueros de Bayamón 21 14 7 1933, 1935, 1967, 1969, 1971,
1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1981,
1988, 1995, 1996, 2009
1930, 1934, 1970, 2001, 2002,
2005, 2010
Atléticos de San Germán 23 13 9 1932, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1942,
1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1985
1991, 1994, 1997
1931, 1933, 1940, 1954, 1955
1956, 1957, 1965, 1986
Leones de Ponce 21 12 9 1952, 1954, 1960, 1961, 1964,
1965, 1966, 1990, 1992, 1993,
2002, 2004
1949, 1958, 1963, 1967, 1989,
1995, 1996, 1998, 2003
Cangrejeros de Santurce 13 8 5 1962, 1968, 1998, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2003, 2007
1942, 1951, 1952, 1964, 2006
Río Piedras 15 6 9 1946, 1955, 1956, 1957,1963,
1976
1941, 1947, 1959, 1960, 1962,
1968, 1969, 1971, 1977
Capitalinos de San Juan 9 5 4 1930, 1931, 1940, 1945, 1958 1943, 1944, 1950, 1974
Capitanes de Arecibo 12 5 7 1959, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011 1932, 1946, 1948, 1961, 1966, 1992, 2007
Piratas de Quebradillas 15 4 11 1970, 1977, 1978, 1979 1937, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976,
1980, 1982, 1999, 2000, 2009,
2011
Mets de Guaynabo 9 3 6 1980, 1982, 1989 1978, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1990,
1993
Vega Baja 5 3 2 1934, 1936, 1937 1935, 1939
University of Puerto Rico 3 2 1 1944, 1951 1945
Indios de Canóvanas 3 2 1 1983, 1984 1988
Criollos de Caguas 1 1 0 2006
Polluelos de Aibonito 2 1 1 1986 1987
Titanes de Morovis 1 1 0 1987
Brujos de Guayama 2 0 2 1991, 1994
Gallitos de Isabela 1 0 1 1984
Gigantes de Carolina 3 0 3 1979, 1997, 2008
Maratonistas de Coamo 1 0 1 2004

League all-time Leaders

^ Active BSN player

Points

Rank Player Position(s) Team(s) played for (years) Field goals
made
Three-point
field goals

made
Free throws
made
Total points Games played Points per game
average[13]
1 George Torres SG/F Cariduros de Fajardo (1975–1989)
Mets de Guaynabo (1990–1992)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (1993–1997)
Gallitos de Isabela (1998)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1999)
Gigantes de Carolina (2001)
5,888 989 3,908 15,863 679 23.4
2 Mario Morales G/F Cangrejeros de Santurce (1975–1976)
Mets de Guaynabo (1977–1998)
6,291 617 2,094 15,293 675 22.7
3 Mario Butler C Titanes de Morovis (1980–1998)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1999–2001)
Titanes de Morovis (2002–2003)
Gigantes de Carolina (2004)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2005)
Titanes de Morovis (2006)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2007–2008)
4,895 79 2,388 12,252 779 15.7
4 Rolando Frazer C Polluelos de Aibonito (1980–1995)
Capitanes de Arecibo (1997)
Avancinos de Villalba (1998)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1999–2001)
5,068 41 1,919 12,096 603 20.1
5 Raymond Dalmau F/C Piratas de Quebradillas (1966–1985) 4,738 53 2,041 11,592 537 21.6
6 Rubén Rodríguez F/C Vaqueros de Bayamón (1969–1991) 4,616 522 1,795 11,549 631 18.3
7 Roberto Ríos SG/F Vaqueros de Bayamón (1978–1980)
Leones de Ponce (1981–1984)
Atléticos de San Germán (1985)
Leones de Ponce (1985)
Atléticos de San Germán (1986–1990)
Leones de Ponce (1991–1998)
Brujos de Guayama (1999–2000)
4,174 1,055 1,909 11,312 681 16.6
8 Angel Santiago F Cangrejeros de Santurce (1973–1976)
Mets de Guaynabo (1977–1979)
Cardenales de Río Piedras (1980–1982)
Leones de Ponce (1983–1984)
Polluelos de Aibonito (1985–1990)
Brujos de Guayama (1990–1993)
Leones de Ponce (1995)
Capitanes de Arecibo (1996)
4,895 79 2,388 12,252 779 15.7
9 José Quiñonez F Criollos de Caguas (1976–1991)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1992)
Gigantes de Carolina (1993)
Criollos de Caguas (1994)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (1994)
Titanes de Morovis (1995)
4,232 57 2,491 11,012 579 19.0
10 James Carter PG Brujos de Guayama (1987–2001)
Indios de Mayagüez (2001)
Criollos de Caguas (2002–2003)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2004)
Maratonistas de Coamo (2005)
Brujos de Guayama (2006)
3,555 507 2,531 10,148 543 18.7

Rebounds

Rank Player Position(s) Team(s) played for (years) Total rebounds Games played Rebounds per game
average[13]
1 Mario Butler C Titanes de Morovis (1980–1998)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1999–2001)
Titanes de Morovis (2002–2003)
Gigantes de Carolina (2004)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2005)
Titanes de Morovis (2006)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2007–2008)
8,236 779 10.6
2 Rubén Rodríguez F/C Vaqueros de Bayamón (1969–1991) 6,178 631 9.8
3 Rolando Frazer C Polluelos de Aibonito (1980–1995)
Capitanes de Arecibo (1997)
Avancinos de Villalba (1998)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1999–2001)
6,153 603 10.2
4 Raymond Dalmau F/C Piratas de Quebradillas (1966–1985) 5,673 537 10.6
5 Mario Morales G/F Cangrejeros de Santurce (1975–1976)
Mets de Guaynabo (1977–1998)
5,665 675 8.4
6 José Ortíz C Atléticos de San Germán (1980–1996)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1998–2005)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2006)
5,314 505 10.5
7 Carlos Bermúdez F Leones de Ponce (1970–1972)
Santos de San Juan (1973–1976)
Indios de Canóvanas (1977–1984)
4,884 422 11.6
8 Edgar León F/C Cariduros de Fajardo (1981–1995)
Leones de Ponce (1996–1998)
Criollos de Caguas (1999)
Mets de Guaynabo (2000)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (2001)
4,837 493 9.8
9 Teófilo Cruz C Cangrejeros de Santurce (1957–1976)
Indios de Canóvanas (1977–1978)
Mets de Guaynabo (1979)
Cardenales de Río Piedras (1980)
Indios de Mayagüez (1981–1982)
4,672 584 8
10 Angel Santiago F Cangrejeros de Santurce (1973–1976)
Mets de Guaynabo (1977–1979)
Cardenales de Río Piedras (1980–1982)
Leones de Ponce (1983–1984)
Polluelos de Aibonito (1985–1990)
Brujos de Guayama (1990–1993)
Leones de Ponce (1995)
Capitanes de Arecibo (1996)
4,447 617 7.2

Assists

Rank Player Position(s) Team(s) played for (years) Total assists Games played Assists per game
average[13]
1 James Carter PG Brujos de Guayama (1987–2001)
Indios de Mayagüez (2001)
Criollos de Caguas (2002–2003)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2004)
Maratonistas de Coamo (2005)
Brujos de Guayama (2006)
3,025 543 5.6
2 Pablo Alicea PG Vaqueros de Bayamón (1987)
Gigantes de Carolina (1988–1991)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1992–1994)
Piratas de Quebradillas (1995)
Mets de Guaynabo (1996)
Leones de Ponce (1997)
Capitanes de Arecibo (1998)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1999)
Titanes de Morovis (2000–2001)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2001)
Titanes de Morovis (2002)
Gallitos de Isabela (2002)
Maratonistas de Coamo (2003–2004)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (2005)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2005)
Titanes de Morovis (2006)
2,762 503 5.5
3 Javier Antonio Colón PG Leones de Ponce (1987–2008) 2,748 555 5.0
4 Federico López PG Mets de Guaynabo (1981–1997) 2,440 446 5.5
5 Roberto Ríos SG/F Vaqueros de Bayamón (1978–1980)
Leones de Ponce (1981–1984)
Atléticos de San Germán (1985)
Leones de Ponce (1985)
Atléticos de San Germán (1986–1990)
Leones de Ponce (1991–1998)
Brujos de Guayama (1999–2000)
2,315 681 3.4
6 Raymond Dalmau F/C Piratas de Quebradillas (1966–1985) 2,302 537 5.1
7 George Torres SG/F Cariduros de Fajardo (1975–1989)
Mets de Guaynabo (1990–1992)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (1993–1997)
Gallitos de Isabela (1998)
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1999)
Gigantes de Carolina (2001)
2,203 679 3.2
8 Christian Dalmau PG/SG Piratas de Quebradillas (1992–1994)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1995)
Avancinos de Villalba (1996–1998)
Maratonistas de Coamo (1999–2000)
Atléticos de San Germán (2001–2007)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (2009–present)
2,189 465 4.7
9 Bobby Joe Hatton PG Atléticos de San Germán (1994–2000)
Leones de Ponce (2001–2007)
Capitanes de Arecibo (2008)
Leones de Ponce (2009–2010)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (2011–present)
2,137 455 4.7
10 Wilfredo Meléndez PG Santos de San Juan (1974–1976)
Brujos de Guayama (1977–1979)
Criollos de Caguas (1980–1985)
Polluelos de Aibonito (1986–1990)
Vaqueros de Bayamón (1990–1991)
Criollos de Caguas (1992)
2,115 519 4.1


See also

References

  1. ^ http://bsnpr.com/noticias/detalles.asp?r=4895
  2. ^ a b c d e f Carlos Rosa Rosa (2007-09-23). "Deportes" (in Spanish). BSN: Debuta 'Felo' Rivera. Puerto Rico: El Nuevo Día. pp. 136. 
  3. ^ Mi primer "back-to-back" en el BSN on Primera Hora; Toro, Julio
  4. ^ "Historia de los Leones de Ponce". http://www.leonesponce.com/historia.php. Retrieved May 16, 2011. 
  5. ^ "Su undécimo título". Primera Hora. http://archivo.primerahora.com/archivo.asp?guid=11F9674F87FE473BAC02B769E3FC6062&year=2003&mon=7&keyword=Rio%20Grande. Retrieved May 16, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Historia de los Leones de Ponce". http://www.leonesponce.com/historia.php. Retrieved May 16, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Premio a la espera". http://www.angelfire.com/mb/arecibo/capitanes/. Retrieved May 14, 2011. 
  8. ^ "Trayectoria 2007". Cangrejeros. http://www.loscangrejerosdesanturce.net/index2.htm. Retrieved May 14, 2011. 
  9. ^ "¡Capitanes y campeones!". El Nuevo Día (Puerto Rico). 28 June 2008. http://www.elnuevodia.com/Xstatic/endi/template/imprimir.aspx?id=424509&t=3. 
  10. ^ Alzága, Raúl (3 August 2009). "¡Los Vaqueros regresan a la cima del baloncesto!". Primera Hora (Puerto Rico). http://www.primerahora.com/%C2%A1losvaquerosregresanalacimadelbaloncesto!-320532.html. 
  11. ^ Alzága, Raúl (3 July 2010). "Capitanes de Arecibo campeones del baloncesto superior". Primera Hora (Puerto Rico). http://www.primerahora.com/capitanesdearecibocampeonesdelbaloncestosuperior-398129.html. 
  12. ^ Santiago, Luis (2 August 2011). "Arecibo campeón". El Nuevo Día (Puerto Rico). http://www.elnuevodia.com/arecibocampeon-1029739.html. 
  13. ^ a b c Average is rounded to the nearest tenth.

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