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Watch the FIBA Americas League Live Streams and get the thrills from one of the most competitive club tournaments in the world. Started in 2007, it is the first-tier and most important professional international club basketball competition in the regions of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

Officially abbreviated to be the LDA, the FIBA Americas League is considered by many to be the premier intercontinental basketball club played annually by the clubs of the Americas. The FIBA Americas League is a recreation of the now-defunct Pan American Club Championship that existed from the years 1992 to 2000.

Watch live as Venezuelan side Guaros de Lara look to defend their first-ever FIBA Americas League title while Brazilians Bauru, Pinheiros, and Flamengo provide stiff competition.
Argentine side Penarol, the only team that has won the competition twice, will also look to put up a good showing following disappointing performances in recent years.




  • Guaros de Lara: Founded in 2003, the club is owned and head by Jorge Hernandez Fernandez. The club competes primarily in the Venezuelan LPB. Since its conception in 2003, the club has won two domestic titles, one continental and three intercontinental including two FIBA Americas League. Watch the club live online as it has previously featured Former NBA Players David Cooke, Nate Robinson, and Venezuelan Stars Luis Bethelmy and Nestor Colmenaras.
  • Penarol: Based in Mar del Plata, this basketball club currently plays in the Liga Nacional de Basquet, the top tier Argentine league. Make sure to catch this stream live online as they have won five Argentine Championships, two FIBA Americas League, and 2 Torneo InterLigas championships. The team has featured Leonardo Gutierrez, a member of the Argentinian Olympic Team that won Gold in 2004 as well as Sergio Hernandez, another member of the 2008 Argentinian Olympic Team.
  • San Lorenzo de Almagro: The San Lorenzo de Almagro is one of the oldest clubs in the Liga Nacional de Basquet. It was founded in 1935 and has won two FIBA Americas League, three Argentine leagues, and one Argentine Club Championships. The club has featured Argentine greats in Walter Hermann, Alfredo Belli, and Diego Romero as well as Former NBA Player Dejuan Blair and Guillermo Diaz.
  • Bauru: More commonly known as Bauru Basquete, the Associacao Bauru Basketball Team plays in the Novo Basquete Brasil, the top-tier level league in Brazil. The team has won one FIBA Americas League, one FIBA South American League, as well as two Brazilian Championships. The team has featured many great players such as ex NBA Sixth Man of The Year, Leandrinho Barbosa, Murilo Becker, and Baltinho de Silva.
  • Pinheiros: The Pinheiros Basquete or the Esporte Clube Pinheiros is a basketball team based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The team name is more commonly abbreviated to be the E.C. Pinheiros or the ECP. Make sure to catch this team online as the Pinheiros is another team that plays in the NBB. The team has won one FIBA Americas League and has featured ex-NBA players Rafael Araujo as well as Leandrinho Barbosa, Andre Bambu, and Vitor Benite.


  • Shamell Stallworth: Shawmell Stallworth or as others would like to call him “Showmell” is an American player of Brazilian Nationality. Coming out of San Francisco for his college career, the 6’4” guard found himself traveling around the world to follow his love for the game. His career highlights include a 2013 FIBA Americas League Championship, a 2013 FIBA Americas League Grand Finals MVP, as well as a two-time Fiba Americas League Top Scorer. Simply put, Showmell is indeed a player in the league worth watching.
  • Marquinhos Vieira: More commonly known as Marquinhos, the 6’9” veteran is a veteran at the small forward/ power forward position. In 2006, Vieira was selected 43rd overall by the New Orleans Hornets and has since won a FIBA Intercontinental cup, five NBB championships as well as three NBB MVP’s. Vieira is also a member of the senior men’s Brazilian national basketball team, wherein he played for prestigious tournaments such as FIBA World Cup, the FIBA Americas and the PanAm games.
  • Luciano Parodi: A three-time Uruguayan League Champion, Luciano Parodi is currently a player in the Novo Basquete Brasil. Although he hasn’t made much of a mark within the league yet, a lot could be said about his game as aside from being a three-time Uruguayan League Champion in 2012, 2016, and 2017, he was also named the Uruguayan League MVP and Uruguayan Finals League MVP in 2016.
  • Carlos Olivinha: Born in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Carlos Olivia has become a staple household name for anyone who knows the basketball scene in Brazil. The 6’8” forward is a FIBA Intercontinental Cup champion, a FIBA Americas League Champion, a five-time NBB Champion, and a two-time NBB Finals MVP.


  • Fernando Duro: As Fernando Duro took over for the Venezuelan National Team when the country began its qualification campaign to the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019. He will fill the vacancy of fellow Argentine Nestor Garcia who led the team for four years between 2013-2017. Garcia led the team to a championship in the FIBA AmeriCup 2015 as well as two others for the South American Championships in 2014 and 2016.
  • Leonardo Gutierrez: Former Professional Basketball player Leonardo Gutierrez had a long and illustrious career from 1993 to 2017. After his retirement, he decided to use his basketball knowledge and become head coach, first for Ciclista Olimpico. While a player, Gutierres won the FIBA South American League MVP, two Interleague MVP, and four Argentine League MVPs as well as 4 other Argentine League Finals MVP.
  • Cesar Gudietti: The head coach of the Brazilian National Team, there is not much that is recorded about the life of Gudietti. However, it could be important to note that this 50-year-old head coach has been the head coach for Pinheiros since 2012. That should serve as a mark enough of how great a coach Gudietti is. Although Gudietti might know, he is still expected to keep the standard of intensity that is normally met by every Brazilian National Team.

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