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Pallacanestro Pavia was an Italian professional basketball team from the town of Pavia.

It was established in 1943 in and, in the past, due to sponsorship deals, has also been known as Necchi Pavia (1955-57), Annabella Pavia (1985-1990) and Fernet Branca Pavia (1990-93). It has participated in Serie A in 1948-1958 and 1991-92, the best result was 3rd place in 1956.[1] After the 1994/95 season the team went bankrupt and is currently defunct. A new club, Nuova Pallacanestro Pavia has been established in 1997 and is considered a successor to Pallacanestro Pavia.

Notable players

  • Italy Giuseppe Ponzoni 4 seasons: '85-'89
  • United States Cedric Hordges 3 seasons: '85-'88
  • Italy Paolo Boesso 3 seasons: '86-'89
  • United States Marcel Starks 1 season: '87-'88
  • United States George Singleton 1 season: '88-'89
  • United States Mike Davis 1 season: '88-'89
  • Argentina Hernan Montenegro 2 seasons: '88-'90
  • United States Robert Lock 3 seasons: '89-'92
  • Italy Domenico Fantin 3 seasons: '89-'91, '92-'93
  • Italy Stefano Attruia 1 season: '89-'90
  • Brazil Oscar Schmidt 3 seasons: '90-'93
  • Italy Moris Masetti 2 seasons: '90-'92
  • Italy Danilo Del Cadia 4 seasons: '91-'95
  • Italy Matteo Minelli 3 seasons: '91-'94
  • Italy Massimiliano Aldi 1 season: '91-'92
  • United States Bob Thornton 1 season: '92-'93
  • Italy Giovanni Noli 2 seasons: '93-'95
  • Serbia Zoran Radović 1 season: '93-'94
  • United States Rod Griffin 1 season: '93-'94
  • Italy Andrea Cessel 1 season: '93-'94
  • United States Fennis Dembo 1 season: '93-'94
  • United States David Booth 1 season: '94-'95
  • Italy Alessandro Angeli 1 season: '94-'95
  • United States Randy Allen 1 season: '94-'95

References

  1. ^ Pallacanestro Pavia history on the official Serie A site

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