Basketball
Arbitrary
Tribunal (2020)

FIBA's BAT is basically a place where legal issues in the basketball world can be solved with the legal help of the international basketball federation. *FIBA's yearly migration report (pages 22, or 21 and 23 respectively depending on the year of the report) has provided us with the exact numbers of BAT procedures since the beginning of the tribunal. The countries involved will have a certain amount of points substracted from their top (two) league's ranking points. Approximately 90% of the cases take place in men's basketball and in 90% of the cases, a club from the country's top tier is involved. The BAT makes sense for legal issues about higher salary contracts.

BAT procedures per country

Source: *FIBA International Basketball Migration Reports 2016-2020
http://www.fiba.basketball/documents - Studies & Facts
  • Turkey 333 (90% men's basketball = 300 - 10% = 270 BSL cases, 30 TBL cases
  • Italy 141 (127 men) = 114 Serie A, 13 Serie A2
  • Greece 107 (96 men) = 96 A1
  • Russia 79 (71 men) = 64 Russian + 3 Belarus = 67 VTB teams + 7 Super League teams
  • ABA 145 (130 men) = 117 ABA, 13 ABA2 (KLS 7, Div 1 BIH 4, Premijer 2, Liga Nova 2)
  • Poland 66 (59 men) = 59 EBL
  • Spain 44 (40 men) = 36 ACB, 4 LEB Gold
  • Ukraine 41 (37 men) = 37 Superleague
  • Lithuania 28 (25 men) = 25 LKL
  • Romania 25 (23 men) = 23 Lig. Nat. ROM
  • Kosovo 14 = 14 Superleague
  • Belarus 3 = 3 Premier League (VTB)