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FIBA Americas
Formation October 11, 1975
Type Sports federation
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Membership 44 national associations
Official languages English and Spanish
President Argentina Horacio Muratore (acting)
Website http://www.fibaamericas.com

FIBA Americas is a zone within FIBA (International Basketball Federation) which contains the 44 FIBA Federations located in the Americas. FIBA Americas is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Contents

National teams

CONCECABA

Caribbean (CBC)



  •  Haiti
  •  Jamaica
  •  Montserrat
  •  Netherlands Antilles
  •  Puerto Rico
  •  Saint Kitts and Nevis
  •  Saint Lucia
  •  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  •  Suriname
  •  Trinidad and Tobago
  •  Turks and Caicos Islands
  •  Virgin Islands

Central America (COCABA)

  •  Belize
  •  Costa Rica
  •  El Salvador
  •  Guatemala
  •  Honduras
  •  Mexico
  •  Nicaragua
  •  Panama

North America

South America (CONSUBASQUET)

Top ten FIBA Americas teams

Rank Team Points
1  Argentina 865
2  USA 861
10  Puerto Rico 252.6
14  BrazilC 181.6
19  Canada 124.2
23  Venezuela 74
26  Dominican Republic 45.4
29  Uruguay 37.6
30  Mexico 36.8
31  Panama 33

C Current zone champion

FIBA Americas competitions

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FIBA Americas regional competitions

  • FIBA Centrobasket played by Mexico, Central American, and Caribbean countries
  • FIBA Centrobasket for Women
  • FIBA Under-21 Centrobasket for Men
  • FIBA Under-18 Centrobasket for Men
  • FIBA Under-17 Centrobasket for Men
  • FIBA Under-17 Centrobasket for Women
  • FIBA COCABA Championship played by Mexico and Central American countries
  • FIBA COCABA Championship for Women
  • FIBA COCABA Under 21 Championship for Men
  • FIBA COCABA Under-21 Championship for Women
  • FIBA COCABA Under-17 Championship for Men
  • FIBA CBC Championship played by Caribbean countries
  • FIBA CBC Championship for Women
  • FIBA CBC Under-20 Championship for Men
  • FIBA CBC Under-20 Championship for Women

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