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MENT BC Vassilakis
Leagues Greek A2 League
Founded 1926
History 1926 - present
Arena Idioktito Gym
(capacity: 500)
Location Thessaloniki, Greece
Team colors White and Blue
         
President
Head coach Giorgos Zafiroudis
Championships None
Website
Uniforms
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Home jersey
Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
Team colours
Away

Morfotiki Enosis Neoleas Toumbas BC Vassilakis, abbreviated as MENT BC Vassilakis, is a Greek professional basketball club founded in the year 1926. The team is located in Thessaloniki, Greece. MENT BC competes in the second division of the Greek League, the A2 Ethniki.

History

Originally, the parent athletic association included basketball, football, cycling, and a literary and entertainment section. Today there are departments only for the basketball club and the volleyball club. In 2004, MENT BC finished in 2nd place in the A2 Ethniki division and thus competed in the A1 Ethniki division in the following 2004-05 season.

Notable Players

External links

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MENT
Leagues Greek A2 League
Founded 1926
History 1926 - Present
Arena Toumba Indoor Hall
(capacity: 1,000)
Location Thessaloniki, Greece
Team colors White and Blue
         
Head coach Giorgos Zafiroudis
Championships
Website mentbc.gr
Uniforms
Home jersey
Home
Away jersey
Away

MENT BC, full name, Morfotiki Enosis Neoleas Toumbas Vassilakis BC, commonly known as either MENT Vassilakis BC or just MENT BC, is a Greek professional basketball club that was founded in the year 1926. The team is located in Thessaloniki, Greece. MENT BC competes in the second division of the Greek League, the A2 Ethniki.

History

Originally, the parent athletic association included basketball, football, cycling, and a literary and entertainment section. Today, there are departments only for the basketball club and the volleyball club. In 2004, MENT BC finished in 2nd place in the Greek A2 Division, and thus competed in the Greek A1 Division in the following 2004-05 season.

Notable players

External links


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