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Since 1999/2000 season.

July 2nd 2022

Dylan Osetkowski, quality for Unicaja

Unicaja is going to incorporate power forward Dylan Osetkowski for next season plus an optional one, after reaching an agreement in principle with the American player with a German passport. At 2.06 tall and 25 years old, he comes from winning the French League with Asvel Villerbaunne.

July 1st 2022

Five homegrown players called up for the European Under-18s

The Unicaja Baloncesto academy will have an abundant presence in the U-18 European Championships for men and women, with two male and three female players. José Tanchyn, Victory Onuetu, Noemi Ugochukwu, Daniela Ikponwosa and Eva Sirena de Meyer are on the squad for this summer's tournament.

July 1st 2022

Unions that add up: 30 years of Baloncesto Málaga

The summer of 1992 was a turning point in the history of our Club. 1992, such a marked year in Spain. The two Malaga basketball clubs became one, but even stronger, with the support of the best sponsor in Europe and the sports base of two outstanding Spanish basketball clubs. The knowledge, the strategy, the basketball of so many people who joined the project came together to take Baloncesto Malaga to a higher level. And it didn't take long. Only two years later a final of the ACB League was reached…. And so many things that came after. This 2022-23 season marks the 30th anniversary of that crucial moment and we want to celebrate it with all our fans. Because there are unions that add up.