Russian Professional Basketball Championship
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The Russian Professional Basketball Championship is the top-tier level men's professional club basketball competition in the country of Russia. Over the years, there have been 3 different incarnations of the Russian Basketball Championship. The Russian Super League 1, from the 1991–92 to 2009–10 seasons, the Russian Professional League (PBL), from the 2010–11 to 2011–13 seasons, and the VTB United League, from the 2013–14 season to the present.
From the 1991–92 to 2009–10 seasons, the winner of the Super League 1 was awarded the top-level Russian national championship. For three seasons, the PBL was Russia's highest tier, and in the 2013–14 season, the VTB United League, a regional league for Eastern Europe, was named the new top-level national domestic competition for Russian clubs.
|Denotes the team won the Russian Cup as well|
|Denotes the number of times the club won the title|
|Russian Super League A Player of the Year||Marcus Brown||Theo Papaloukas||Theo Papaloukas||Theo Papaloukas||Trajan Langdon||Ramūnas Šiškauskas|
|Russian Super League A Coach of the Year||Dušan Ivković||/ David Blatt||Ettore Messina||Ettore Messina||Ettore Messina||Ettore Messina|
Medals by clubEdit
|Ural Great Perm||2||2||0|
|CSK VVS Samara||0||1||5|
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||0||1||1|
|Zenit Saint Petersburg||0||0||3|
|Dynamo Saint Petersburg||0||0||1|