1945 Yugoslav First Basketball League
|Yugoslav First Basketball League|
|Highest scoring||PR Croatia 24–41 Yugoslav Army|
|Winning streak||2 games|
1946 →All statistics correct as of 24 April 2017.
The 1945 Yugoslav First Basketball League season was the inaugural season of the Yugoslav First Basketball League, the top-tier level basketball competition in Yugoslavia. The league launched with 5 teams playing a single-elimination tournament held in Subotica, PR Serbia. Teams participating in the season were selections of three Yugoslav constituent republics (PR Croatia, PR Macedonia, and PR Serbia), one autonomous province (AP Vojvodina), as well as the Yugoslav People's Army selection. The tournament concluded with the Yugoslav Army team defeating the Serbia team, 21–18, in the Final.
The following is a list of players and coached who played in the 1945 season.
|Yugoslav Army||Strahinja Alagić, Luciano Dekleva, Pavle Kostić, Zlatko Kovačević, Mirko Marjanović, Božidar Munćan, Aleksandar Nikolić, Atilio Pikoli, Ratko Tijanić, Ratko Vlahović||Ratko Vlahović|||
|PR Serbia||Radomir Šaper, Svetislav Šaper, Nebojša Popović, Vasilije Stojković, Ivan Dimić, Miodrag Stefanović, Mile Nikolić|||
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