BSN Season 2009

The 2009 BSN season was the 89th season of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN), the men's basketball league of Puerto Rico. It began in May 2009 and ended in August of the same year. This season saw the revival of an old rivalry, when in the finals the Vaqueros de Bayamon met with the Piratas de Quebradillas, with the Vaqueros winning.

2009 BSN season
LeagueBaloncesto Superior Nacional
SportBasketball
DurationApril 2009 - July 2009
TV partner(s)CV24, Media sports tv, DirecTV
Draft
Top draft pickDarnell Hinson
Picked byCaciques de Humacao
Regular season
Season MVPJesse Pellot (Atléticos de San Germán)
Top scorerJesse Pellot (Atléticos de San Germán)
Playoffs
Group A championsPiratas de Quebradillas
  Group A runners-upGigantes de Carolina
Group B championsVaqueros de Bayamon
  Group B runners-upIndios de Mayagüez
Finals
ChampionsVaqueros de Bayamon
Finals MVPChristian Dalmau (Vaqueros de Bayamon)
Seasons
← 2008
2010 →

Regular season standingsEdit

BSN 2009 Standings
Pos Team Total Games W L
1 Capitanes de Arecibo 30 23 7
2 Piratas de Quebradillas 30 22 8
3 Cangrejeros de Santurce 30 21 9
4 Vaqueros de Bayamon 30 20 10
5 Gigantes de Carolina 30 17 13
6 Atléticos de San Germán 30 16 14
7 Indios de Mayagüez 30 14 16
8 Leones de Ponce 30 13 17
9 Criollos de Caguas 30 8 22
10 Mets de Guaynabo 30 7 23
11 Caciques de Humacao 30 4 26

PlayoffEdit

The playoff format used was a round-robin tournament with two groups of four teams and the best two teams passing into the semifinals.

TeamsEdit

Team City Colors Arena Founded Coach Notes
Capitanes de Arecibo Arecibo Blue, Yellow
   
Manuel Iguina Coliseum 1946 David Rosario Current Champion.
Vaqueros de Bayamón   Bayamón Blue, White
   
Rubén Rodríguez Coliseum 1930 Julio Toro Tie as most championship won by any Franchise in PR with 14.
Mets de Guaynabo   Guaynabo Blue, Red
   
Mario Morales Coliseum 1935 Raymond Dalmau Has 3 Championships
Caciques de Humacao   Humacao Green, Red
   
Emilio E. Huyke Coliseum 2005 Leonel Arill Used to be called Grises de Humacao.
Indios de Mayagüez   Mayagüez Green, Red
   
Palacio de Recreación y Deportes 2003 Eddie Casiano Team plays half of the home games in Cabo Rojo.
Leones de Ponce   Ponce Red, Black
     
Juan Pachín Vicéns Auditorium 1950 Vacant The team has 12 championships.
Atléticos de San Germán   San Germán Orange, Black
   
Arquelio Torres Ramírez Coliseum 1932 Nelson Colon Tie as most championship won by any Franchise in PR with 14.
Cangrejeros de Santurce   Santurce Orange, Blue
   
José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum 1955 Rolando Hourruitiner Team has 8 Championships.
Piratas de Quebradillas   Quebradillas Red, Black
   
Raymond Dalmau Coliseum 1932 Manolo Cintron Team has 4 Championships
Gigantes de Carolina   Carolina Red, Black
   
Guillermo Angulo Coliseum vacant Team it's under recession
Criollos de Caguas   Caguas, Puerto Rico Orange, Blue
   
Tomas Dones Coliseum 1973 vacant Team it's under recession

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