Coming off its third Polish League crown in four seasons, Stelmet Zielona Gora is setting itself up as the face of Polish basketball.Its history traces back to 1946 and by the early 1960s, Zielona Gora was among the best teams in its region.However the Polish champion made good on those near misses in the Eurocup, where it boasted a perfect road record.
Herbalife Gran Canaria Las Palmas ultimately ended the Zielona Gora campaign in the quarterfinals, but even then it went home on a winning not with a Game 2 victory in the Canary Islands.
Zielona Gora’s fine season was recognized when Mateusz Ponitka was named the 2015-16 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy and to the All-Eurocup Second Team.
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Despite missing the Polish playoffs in 2011, Zielona Gora reached the 2012 Polish Cup final.
Zielona Gora used that experience to do better than ever in 2012-13, when it made its Eurocup debut and swept PGE Turow in the finals to win its first Polish League title.
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In 1967, under the name Zastal, the club started to compete at the national level.