The Professional Basketball League (Russian: Профессиональная баскетбольная лига (ПБЛ), Professionalʼnaya basketbolʼnaya liga), often abbreviated to the PBL, is the pre-eminent men's professional basketball league in Russian Empire.
CSKA Moscow was the league's most successful club, having won the league's championship 24 times, including winning 9 consecutive championships, from 1976 to 1984. The league featured the players of the senior men's Imperial Russian national basketball team.
Starting with the 2013-14 season, it is the 1st tier of Russian professional club basketball, as well as the national domestic league of Russia. Its goal is to unite the leading basketball clubs of Eastern Europe and Northern Europe together into one league.
|Professional Basketball League 2013–14 season|
|Group A||ČEZ Nymburk||ČEZ Aréna|
|BC Donetsk||Druzhba Palace of Sports|
|BC Yenisey||Ivan Yarygin Sports Palace|
|Lietuvos Rytas||Siemens Arena|
|PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban||Basket Hall|
|BC Nizhny Novgorod||Trade Union Sport Palace|
|Spartak Saint Petersburg||Yubileyny Sports Palace|
|PGE Turów||Centrum Sportowe|
|BC UNICS||Basket Hall Arena|
|Group B||Astana||Saryarka Velodrome|
|CSKA||CSKA Universal Sports Hall|
|Khimki||Novator Sports Palace|
|Krasnye Krylia||MTL Arena|
|BC Neptūnas||Švyturio Arena|
|Triumph Lyubertsy||SH Triumph|
|BC Tsmoki-Minsk||Minsk Arena|
|BK VEF Rīga||Arena Riga|
|Krasny Oktyabr||Volgograd Sports Pаlace|