Mahram Tehran BC

باشگاه بسکتبال مهرام تهران

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Updated:Monday 13th October 2014

Mahram Tehran BC Definition

(Wikipedia) - Mahram Tehran BC MahramTehran Leagues Founded Arena Location Team colors Championships Website Uniforms
Iranian Super League
1999
Azadi Basketball Hall (Capacity: 3000)
Tehran, Iran
White and Red          
(2) Asian Cup (4) West Asian League (5) Iranian Championships
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Mahram Tehran Basketball Club is an Iranian professional basketball club based in Tehran, Iran. They compete in the Iranian Basketball Super League. They were Champions of Asia in 2009 and 2010. Mahram has won the Iranian Basketball Super League championship five times.

They are owned and sponsored by Mahram Food Company.

Contents
  • 1 Tournament records
    • 1.1 Iranian Super League
    • 1.2 WABA Champions Cup
    • 1.3 Asian Champions Cup
    • 1.4 ABA Club Championship
    • 1.5 Dubai International Tournament
  • 2 Roster
  • 3 Coaches
  • 4 Notable former players
  • 5 Squads
  • 6 External links

Tournament records Iranian Super League
  • 2004–05: 13th place
  • 2005–06: 11th place
  • 2006–07: 3rd place
  • 2007–08: Champions
  • 2008–09: Champions
  • 2009–10: Champions
  • 2010–11: Champions
  • 2011–12: Champions
  • 2012–13: 2nd place
  • 2013–14: 2nd place
WABA Champions Cup
  • 2009: Champions
  • 2010: Champions
  • 2011: 3rd place
  • 2012: Champions
  • 2014: Champions
Asian Champions Cup
  • 2009: Champions
  • 2010: Champions
  • 2011: 2nd place
  • 2012: TBD
ABA Club Championship
  • 2009: Champions
Dubai International Tournament
  • 2007: Champions
  • 2008: 5th place
  • 2009: 6th place
  • 2010: Champions
Roster
Number Player Position Height (m)
4 Milad Azizi PF 2.02
5 Mohammad Ojaghi SF 2.00
6 Farid Aslani PG 1.83
7 Sajjad Mashayekhi PG 1.78
8 Saeid Davarpanah SG 1.91
10 Sam Daghles PG 1.95
11 Oshin Sahakian PF 2.02
12 Arman Zangeneh PF 2.02
13 Mousa Nabipour C 2.11
14 Samad Nikkhah Bahrami SF 1.98
15 Hamed Haddadi C 2.17
18 Mohsen Moradkhani C 2.13
Position Name
Head Coach Mostafa Hashemi
Assistant Coach Homayoun Izadpanah
Director Hamid Reza Samadzadeh
Coaches
  • Hassan Negahdari (2004–2005)
  • Mohammad Mehdi Izadpanah (2005–2006)
  • Radenko Orlović (2006–2007)
  • Mostafa Hashemi (2007–2010)
  • Mehran Shahintab (2010–2011)
  • Mostafa Hashemi (2011–2012)
  • Memi Bečirovič (2012–2013)
  • Mostafa Hashemi (2013–2014)
Notable former players
  • Marlon Garnett
  • Priest Lauderdale
  • Nikoloz Tskitishvili
  • Hamed Afagh
  • Javad Davari
  • Mehdi Kamrani
  • Babak Nezafat
  • Jaber Rouzbahani
  • Hamed Sohrabnejad
  • Saman Veisi
  • Rasheim Wright
  • Kaspars Kambala
  • Edmunds Valeiko
  • Jackson Vroman
  • Nebojša Bogavac
  • Francisco Elson
  • Pero Cameron
  • Jaime Lloreda
  • Cheikh Samb
  • Pape Sow
  • Marko Milič
  • Óscar Yebra
  • Rashard Griffith
  • Art Long
  • Tony Madison
  • Lee Nailon
  • Roger Washington
  • Chris Williams
  • Monty Wilson
  • Loren Woods
Squads
  • 2009 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
    • Mehrad Atashi, Saman Veisi, Kaveh Nourafza, Mehdi Kamrani, Kaveh Gharieh, Aidin Kabir, Hamed Afagh, Hamed Sohrabnejad, Jackson Vroman, Houman Rezaei, Samad Nikkhah Bahrami, Priest Lauderdale. Coach: Mostafa Hashemi
  • 2010 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
    • Mehrad Atashi, Jackson Vroman, Kaveh Nourafza, Mehdi Kamrani, Loren Woods, Aidin Kabir, Hamed Afagh, Hamed Sohrabnejad, Mehdi Esmaeili, Mohammad Reza Dargi, Samad Nikkhah Bahrami, Saman Veisi. Coach: Mostafa Hashemi
External links
  • page on Asia-Basket
  • Official website
  • v
  • t
  • e
ISL · 2011/12 clubs
  • a.s Shiraz
  • Azad University
  • Foolad Mahan
  • Hamyari Zanjan
  • Jahesh Tarabar
  • Mahram
  • Melli Haffari
  • Petrochimi
  • Pouya
  • Sanaye Petrochimi
  • Shahrdari Gorgan
  • Zob Ahan

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