|28 Sep 23||London Lions|| ||-||Bristol Flyers|
|29 Sep 23||Plymouth City P|| ||-||Manchester Gian|
|29 Sep 23||Newcastle Eagle|| ||-||Cheshire Phoeni|
|30 Sep 23||Surrey Scorcher|| ||-||Sheffield Shark|
|30 Sep 23||Bristol Flyers|| ||-||Leicester Rider|
|01 Oct 23||Plymouth City P|| ||-||Sheffield Shark|
|01 Oct 23||Cheshire Phoeni|| ||-||London Lions|
|06 Oct 23||Bristol Flyers|| ||-||Sheffield Shark|
|06 Oct 23||Newcastle Eagle|| ||-||Leicester Rider|
|07 Oct 23||Surrey Scorcher|| ||-||Cheshire Phoeni|
|24 Sep 23||Cheshire Phoeni ||70 - 75|| ||Sheffield Shark|
|23 Sep 23||Manchester Gian ||76 - 115|| ||London Lions|
|22 Sep 23||Leicester Rider ||88 - 81|| ||Plymouth City P|
|22 Sep 23||Bristol Flyers ||74 - 81|| ||Newcastle Eagle|
|16 Sep 23||Surrey Scorcher ||61 - 83|| ||London Lions|
|15 Sep 23||Leicester Rider ||86 - 110|| ||Cheshire Phoeni|
|15 Sep 23||Bristol Flyers ||82 - 65|| ||Plymouth City P|
|14 Sep 23||Newcastle Eagle ||79 - 72|| ||Sheffield Shark|
|14 May 23||London Lions ||88 - 80|| ||Leicester Rider|
|08 May 23||Cheshire Phoeni ||81 - 102|| ||London Lions|
The British Basketball League, often abbreviated to the BBL, is the premier men's professional basketball league in the United Kingdom. The BBL runs two knockout competitions alongside the league Championship; the BBL Cup and the BBL Trophy, as well as the post-season Play-offs.
The BBL is not to be confused with the English Basketball League (EBL) or the Scottish Men's National League, which effectively form the second tier of British basketball. There is currently no promotion or relegation between the English and Scottish leagues and the BBL because of the franchise system in use in the BBL, although several clubs have been elected from the EBL in recent years.
Currently the League consists of 13 teams with representation from both England and Scotland. Member franchises of the BBL jointly own the league, and a chairman is elected by the teams to oversee league operations. The current chairman is Ed Percival and the head offices are located in Leicester, where the country's oldest team, the Leicester Riders is also based.
In 2012 the BBL, along with several other basketball governing bodies including England Basketball and basketballscotland, united to form the British Basketball Union, an organisation created to promote the commercial development of basketball within Great Britain. In partnership with England Basketball, the BBL launched a women's league in 2014, branded as the Women's British Basketball League (WBBL).
Plymouth City P
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