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Finland Korisliigan 05/24 15:30 1 [1] Helsinki Seagulls v BC Nokia [5] L 75-76
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Finland Korisliigan 05/10 15:30 1 [5] BC Nokia v Helsinki Seagulls [1] L 85-60
Finland Korisliigan 05/08 15:30 1 [1] Helsinki Seagulls v BC Nokia [5] L 63-69
Finland Korisliigan 05/04 14:00 2 [1] Helsinki Seagulls v Kauhajoen Karhu [3] W 100-91
Finland Korisliigan 05/02 15:30 2 [3] Kauhajoen Karhu v Helsinki Seagulls [1] L 78-73
Finland Korisliigan 04/29 15:30 2 [1] Helsinki Seagulls v Kauhajoen Karhu [3] W 81-76
Finland Korisliigan 04/27 15:00 2 [3] Kauhajoen Karhu v Helsinki Seagulls [1] W 50-67
Finland Korisliigan 04/24 15:30 2 [1] Helsinki Seagulls v Kauhajoen Karhu [3] L 81-84

Wikipedia - Helsinki Seagulls

Helsinki Seagulls is a professional basketball team, based in Helsinki, Finland. The club plays in the Korisliiga, the highest tier of basketball in Finland.

The Seagulls were founded in 2013 and made its debut in the Korisliiga in 2014, after promoting in its first season. The team has won the Finnish Cup three times. Seagulls won their first and only Korisliiga championship to date during the 2022–23 season.

History

The team was established in 2013 and it acquired its place on the second level of Finnish basketball in Division I A after the dissolution of the Torpan Pojat men's team. The license of Torpan Pojat was then transferred to the Gulls, along with the remaining players.

The Seagulls opened their 2013–2014 season in the Division I A with winning 10 matches in a row. The team won a total of 25 of their 28 regular season games placing first in their division with Josh Gonner leading their offense with an impressive 20.5 points per game. Seagulls earned the promotion to Korisliiga after dismissing first Tampereen Pyrintö II and then BC Nokia in the division playoffs.

The first ever team picture of Helsinki Seagulls in September 2013.

Seagulls started the 2022–23 season with the strongest team to date, with Americans Rene Rougeau and Jeffrey Carroll Jr. adding to an already strong team. Seagulls finished the 2022–23 regular season with a record of 25–7, and in second place behind Kauhajoki. After dominant quarter and semifinal performances against BC Nokia and Kataja Basket respectively, they advanced to the final against the defending champions Kauhajoki Karhubasket, where the Seagulls claimed their first title; defeating Karhubasket 4–2.

The Helsinki Seagulls are a professional basketball team based in Helsinki, Finland. Known for their fast-paced and aggressive style of play, the Seagulls have quickly become a dominant force in the Finnish basketball scene.

With a roster of talented players from around the world, the Seagulls are known for their strong team chemistry and cohesive play on both ends of the court. Their high-flying dunks and sharpshooting from beyond the arc make them a formidable opponent for any team.

Off the court, the Seagulls are known for their passionate fan base and community involvement. They regularly host events and clinics for local youth, inspiring the next generation of basketball players in Finland.

Overall, the Helsinki Seagulls are a dynamic and exciting team to watch, both on and off the court. With their combination of skill, teamwork, and dedication, they are sure to continue making waves in the Finnish basketball world for years to come.