GHP Bamberg
4 ENSMINGER, CHRIS United States of America Center 2.09 1973
5 MALLET, DEMOND United States of America Guard 1.86 1978
6 HAMANN, STEFFEN Germany Guard 1.95 1981
7 STAFFORD, RICHARD Germany Guard 1.94 1972
9 HELMANIS, UVIS Latvia Center 2.04 1972
11 PAVIC, IVAN Germany Forward 2.00 1981
12 GARRETT, ROBERT Germany Guard 1.94 1977
15 PHELPS, DERRICK United States of America Guard 1.92 1972
20 ARCHIBONG, KOKO Nigeria Forward 2.05 1981
21 SIMPKINS, LUBARA DIXON United States of America Center 2.08 1972
22 NAHAR, MIKEL Netherlands Center 2.11 1971
31 BEGLEY, TIM United States of America Guard 1.98 1983
33 NELSON, SPENCER United States of America Forward 2.03 1980
 Head Coach    
  BAUERMANN, DIRK Germany    
 Assistant Coach    
  STIX, VOLKER Germany    
  TAYLOR, DERRICK Germany    

Team latest news

Bamberg resigns homegrown guard Schmidt

Brose Baskets Bamberg announced on Friday it resigned guard Daniel Schmidt for another two seasons. Schmidt (1.86 meters, 24 years old) grew up with Bamberg, and has spent the past five seasons playing for both Bamberg and its vinculated team Breiteng.

Club info
Brose Baskets Bamberg comes off an up-and-down season in which the team competed hard despite not lifting any trophy for the first time since 2009. Bamberg was one win away from reaching the Euroleague Top 16 and the Eurocup elimination series. It also returned to the German League finals for the fifth consecutive time but FC Bayern Munich ended up winning the title. Founded in 1955, Bamberg qualified for the German first division in 1971. Renamed TTL Bamberg in 1988, it reached the German Cup final in 1990 and won that title in 1992. The club had been playing European competitions since 1973 and played its first group stage in the 1996-97 Korac Cup. Bamberg moved to Jako Arena and Dirk Bauermann arrived as the head coach. It soon became a perennial contender at home and reached the 2003 and 2004 German League finals. All that work paid off when Bamberg beat Frankfurt Skyliners to lift the 2005 German League trophy. Another name change made the club Brose Baskets and it became the first German team to reach the Euroleague Top 16 in the 2005-06 season. Bamberg won its second German League title in 2007. In 2009-10, Bamberg reached the Eurocup Last 16 and won the first of three consecutive German doubles (league and cup titles), becoming the team to beat in the country. Bamberg also returned to the Top 16 in the 2012-13 season. After being a Euroleague regular for years, Bamberg returns to the Eurocup for a full season, hoping to use their experience and fan base to reach deep.
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German National League: 2004-05, 2006-07, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13
German National Cup: 1992, 2010, 2011, 2012
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