2010–11 PBL season
The 2010–11 Russian Professional Basketball League (PBL) was the first season of the Russian Professional League, and the 20th overall of the Russian Professional Championship. CSKA Moscow won the title, by beating Kimki Moscow Region 3–1 in the league's playoff Finals.
|Dates||9 October 2010 – 16 June 2011|
|Fourth place||Lokomotiv Kuban|
|Playoffs MVP||Victor Khryapa|
In the regular season, all ten teams played against each other three times so in the regular season, each team played 27 games.
|Triumph Lyubertsy||Lyubertsy||Triumph Sports Palace||4,000|
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||Saint Petersburg||Sibur Arena||7,044|
|Dynamo Moscow||Moscow||Krylatskoye Sports Palace||5,000|
|Krasnye Krylia||Samara||MTL Arena||3,500|
|CSKA Moscow||Moscow||Universal Sports Hall CSKA||5,500|
|Nizhny Novgorod||Nizhny Novgorod||Trade Union Sport Palace||5,600|
|UNICS||Kazan||Basket Hall Arena||7,500|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||L||PF||PA||PD||Qualification or relegation|
|1||UNICS||27||21||6||2188||1962||+226||Qualification for the playoffs|
|5||Spartak Saint Petersburg||27||17||10||2195||2122||+73|
|9||Dynamo Moscow[a] (R)||27||8||19||323||352||−29||Relegated to Super League|
- Dynamo Moscow was expelled from the PBL due to the club's difficult financial situation.
The quarterfinals were played in a best-of-three format, the semi- and finals were played in a best-of-five format.
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||1|
|Lokomotiv Kuban||0||Third place|
All losing teams from the quarter-finals in the championship bracket played in the classification bracket. All rounds were played in a best-of-three format.
|First round||Fifth position|
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||0|
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||2|
Regular Season MVPEdit
- First Symbolic Team
- Second Symbolic Team