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NSB
NSB logo
Nicknames Seba
Leagues Lega Basket
Founded 1998
History Virtus Rieti
1998-2003
Nuova AMG Sebastiani Basket
2003-Present
Arena PalaBarbuto
(5,500 seats)
Location Rieti
(Legal)
Naples
(administrative and arena)
Italy
Team colors White and Sky-Blue
         
President Gaetano Papalia (owner)
Head coach Italy Franco Marcelletti
Championships
Website
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away

Nuova AMG Sebastiani Basket (alternate names include: NSB and Nuova Sebastian Basket) is an Italian League professional basketball team, founded in 1998, that was formerly located in Rieti (in the Lazio region), but is now located in Naples. The club currently refers to itself as NSB Martos Napoli, with Martos Finanziaria Spa being the club's corporate sponsor.

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History

The club is considered a successor to the AMG Sebastiani Basket Rieti club which played in the Italian League in the 1970s and 1980s and won a Korać Cup in 1980. Due to sponsorship deals, that club has also been known as Brina Rieti (1973-77), Althea Rieti (1977-78), Arrigoni Rieti (1978-80), Ferrarelle Rieti (1980-81), Acqua Fabia Rieti (1981-82), Binova Rieti (1982-83), Cottorella Rieti (1983-84), American Eagle Rieti (1984-85), Ippodromi d'Italia Rieti (1985-86), Corsatris Rieti (1986-87), Dentigomma Rieti (1987-88)[1], Noi Sport Monte Terminillo Rieti (2005-06), and Solsonica Rieti (2006–09).

In 2009, the club moved from Rieti to Naples.

2009–10 roster

Italy Davide Bonora Point guard
Slovenia Dragisa Drobjnak Small forward
Italy Mario Gigena Small forward
United States Kevin Kruger Point guard
United States-Norway Terrence Oglesby Shooting guard
United States Robert Traylor Center
Greece Dimitris Tsaldaris Shooting guard
United States J. R. Reynolds Shooting guard
United States Damon Jones Point guard
Italy Matteo Spippoli Center
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On loan

Notable players

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