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Turun NMKY (YMCA Turku) is a Finnish professional basketball club, based in Turku. The club plays in men's I-B-division.

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Turun NMKY was founded in 1920. The team has played in a total of 32 through the top league level championships. NMKY has won the championship in Finland and the Finnish Cup, both four times. In the 1996-2000 period the club was also known as Piiloset. [1] In 2000, the Turun NMKY dropped on SM-series due to non-performing debt. [2] After a period of 2007 to 2008 it gave up from the I-division. [3] The rise back to the I-division occurred 2012. [4] However, the team played just one year, I division, and 2014-2015 II-division.

Honours & achievements

Finnish League

Finnish Cup

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