The Puerto Rico national basketball team represents Puerto Rico in men's international basketball competitions, it is governed by the Puerto Rican Basketball Federation, The team represents both FIBA and FIBA Americas. Since joining FIBA in 1957, the Puerto Rican national team has been mostly composed by Puerto Rican-born players and players of Puerto Rican descent born in the United States such as Raymond Gause, Rick Apodaca, Georgie Torres, Héctor Blondet, Renaldo Balkman, Ramón Clemente ...
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Section: Season: Round Date: Against Team: Result: Olympic Games Qualifiers: 2021: 7/1/2021: Italy: 83-90: Olympic Games Qualifiers: 2021: 6/29/2021: Senegal: 20-0
Complete list of Puerto Rico - BSN Teams for the 2020-2021 season. Quick access to team rosters, schedules, all-time rosters and records.
The Puerto Rican national basketball team represents Puerto Rico in basketball competitions at the international level. The team was established under the Puerto Rican Basketball Federation. During the 1990s the players from Puerto Rico which used to play abroad professionally were included but previously only those players from the National Superior Basketball league were included.
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Puerto Rico NBA Players - RealGM. * Stats from the 2021-2022 season. Players from Puerto Rico In The NBA Since 1946-1947
Roberto José Hatton Negron (b. 11 October 1976) is a Puerto Rican professional basketball player. Hatton has most notably played for Marist College in the NCAA and for the Arecibo Captains, San Germán Athletics, and Ponce Lions in Puerto Rico's Baloncesto Superior Nacional.
Puerto Rican athletes have the option to represent Puerto Rico or move and live (at least 3 years prior) in the United States to represent the United States in the games. Besides baseball, basketball, and boxing, other great sports in Puerto Rican life are listed below in alphabetical order.