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Olimpia Basket Pistoia

Olimpia Basket Pistoia, also known as Maltinti Pistoia after one of its historic sponsors, was an Italian professional basketball team from the town of Pistoia.

It played in Serie A, the Italian top-level professional league, in the 1990s. Their best result was 8th place in the 1992/93 season. It participated in the Korać Cup in the 1996/97 season. After the 1998/99 season, when they were relegated from Serie A, the team went bankrupt and is currently defunct. Pistoia is currently represented in LegADue by another team, Carmatic Pistoia.

The team was established in 1965 and, due to sponsorship deals, was also known as Kleenex Pistoia (1988-94), Madigan Pistoia (1994-96), Rolly Pistoia (1996-97) and Mabo Pistoia (1997-99).

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