The winner of the Basketball Champions League Americas will be recognized as the best team in the only continental league in the region. The champion will have the opportunity to hoist the shiny BCLA trophy and will secure their place in the 2024 FIBA Intercontinental Cup.
The gold trophy measures 60 centimeters in height. It has 12 laser-cut points made to represent each of the participating teams. At first glance the 12 interlaced bands make the trophy look like a gold basketball hoop net. At the base, it is completed on one side with the FIBA logo and on the other side with the BCL Americas logo and the inscription "Champion 2022-2023".
The trophy was created by Rilux, company founded in 2000 in Belo Horizonte (Brazil), developer of design projects in award segments. Rilux has state-of-the-art equipment to transform metal into varied objects and has customers in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Spain and the United States.
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