|26 Jan 19||CB Breogan  ||-|| Basquet Manresa|
|02 Feb 19||Basket Zaragoza  ||-|| CB Breogan|
|09 Feb 19||CB Breogan  ||-|| UCAM Murcia|
|02 Mar 19||Obradoiro CAB  ||-|| CB Breogan|
|09 Mar 19||CB Breogan  ||-|| Baskonia|
|20 Jan 19||CB Breogan|| ||-|| ||Valencia Basket|
|13 Jan 19||FC Barcelona|| ||-|| ||CB Breogan|
|06 Jan 19||CB Breogan|| ||-|| ||Gipuzkoa Basket|
|30 Dec 18||Baloncesto Fuenlabrada|| ||-|| ||CB Breogan|
|22 Dec 18||CB Breogan|| ||85 - 79|| ||BC Andorra|
Club Baloncesto Breogan, S.A.D., also known as Cafés Candelas Breogán for sponsorship reasons, is a professional basketball club based in Lugo, Spain. The team plays in the Liga ACB. The club was founded in 1966 by the Varela-Portas brothers. The team played for the first time in the Spanish top professional league in 1970. Breogán is one of the most historic teams in the ACB, it ranks in the ninth position in the all-time spanish basketball table. The name of the club is a reference to legendary Galician King Breogán.
The Breogán jerseys have always been sky blue with details in details in white or dark blue. The shorts have been also traditionally sky blue, with the exception of some years that have been white too. Their home arena is the Pazo dos Deportes, an arena with a seating capacity of 6.500 people. The Pazo has been one of the Top-10 European arenas in attendance and one of the first in relation to the city population. The current president of the tramo is Jesús Lázare. Well-known players have included: Charlie Bell, Pete Mickeal, Velimir Perasović, José Miguel Antúnez, Alfonso Reyes, Tanoka Beard, Anthony Bonner, Claude Riley, James Donaldson or Greg Foster.