2010 in Basketball - Club Championships - National Championships

National Championships

Men:

  • NBA
    • Season:
      • Division champions: Boston Celtics (Atlantic), Cleveland Cavaliers (Central), Orlando Magic (Southeast), Denver Nuggets (Northwest), Los Angeles Lakers (Pacific), Dallas Mavericks (Southwest)
      • Best regular-season record: Cleveland Cavaliers (61–21)
      • Eastern Conference: Boston Celtics
      • Western Conference: Los Angeles Lakers
    • Finals: The Lakers defeat the Celtics 4–3 in the best-of-seven series, with Kobe Bryant named Finals MVP.
  • Liga Nacional de Básquet, 2009–10 season:
  • National Basketball League, 2009–10 season:
    • Premiers: Perth Wildcats
    • Champions: Perth Wildcats defeat the Wollongong Hawks 2–1 in the best-of-three Grand Final.
  • Basketball League Belgium:
  • Bulgarian National League: Lukoil Academic defeat Levski Sofia 3–1 in the best-of-five final.
  • Chinese Basketball Association:
    • Regular season: Guangdong Southern Tigers
    • Playoffs: Guangdong Southern Tigers defeat Xinjiang Flying Tigers 4–1 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Croatian League: Cibona defeat Zadar 3–2 in the best-of-five final.
  • Czech League: Nymburk defeat Prostějov 4–1 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Dutch Eredivisie: GasTerra Flames Groningen defeat WCAA Giants Bergen op Zoom 4–1 in the best-of-seven final.
  • French Pro A League: Cholet defeat Le Mans 81–65 in the one-off final.
  • German Bundesliga, 2009–10 season: Brose Baskets defeat Deutsche Bank Skyliners 3-2 in the bist-of-five final.
  • Greek League, 2009–10 season: Panathinaikos defeat Olympiacos 3–1 in the best-of-five final.
  • Iranian Super League, 2009–10 season: Mahram defeat Zob Ahan 2–0 in the best-of-three final.
  • Israeli Super League, 2009–10 season: Gilboa/Galil defeat Maccabi Tel Aviv 90–77 in the one-off final.
  • Italian Lega A, 2009-10 season: Montepaschi Siena sweep AJ Milano 4–0 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Latvian League: Barons defeat VEF Riga 4–3 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Lithuanian LKL: Lietuvos Rytas defeat Žalgiris 4–3 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Montenegro League:
  • Philippine Basketball Association, 2009–10 season:
    • Philippine Cup: Purefoods Tender Juicy Giants sweep the Alaska Aces 4–0 in the best-of-seven final.
    • Fiesta Conference: Alaska Aces defeat the San Miguel Beermen 4-2 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Polish League: Asseco Prokom Gdynia sweep Anwil Włocławek 4–0 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Russian Super League: CSKA Moscow sweep Khimki Moscow Region 3–0 in the best-of-five final.
  • Serbia Super League:
  • Slovenian League: Krka defeat Union Olimpija 3–2 in the best-of-five final.
  • Spanish ACB:
    • Season: Regal FC Barcelona
    • Playoffs: Caja Laboral Baskonia sweep Regal FC Barcelona 3–0 in the best-of-five final.
  • Turkish Basketball League: Fenerbahçe Ülker defeat Efes Pilsen 4–2 in the best-of-seven final.
  • Ukrainian SuperLeague: Azovmash Mariupol defeat Budivelnyk Kyiv 3–2 in the best-of-five final.
  • British Basketball League, 2009-10:
    • Season: Newcastle Eagles
    • Playoffs: Everton Tigers defeat the Glasgow Rocks 80–72 in the one-off final.
  • Adriatic League: Partizan Belgrade defeat Cibona 75–74 in overtime in the one-off final.
  • Baltic League: Žalgiris defeat Lietuvos Rytas 73–66 in the one-off final.
  • VTB United League, 2009–10 season: CSKA Moscow defeat UNICS Kazan 66–55 in the one-off final.
  • Super Basketball League:Yulon Dinos defeat Dacin Tigers 4-2 in the best-of-seven final.

Women:

  • WNBA
    • Season:
      • Eastern Conference: Atlanta Dream
      • Western Conference: Seattle Storm
    • Finals: The Storm sweep the Dream 3–0, with their center Lauren Jackson becoming the first non-U.S. player to be named Finals MVP.

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