Place at the end of the season: 1 (gold)
Place after regular season (W-L): 1 (22:4)
Achievements: Polish Cup
Coaches: Eugeniusz Kijewski, Jacek Winnicki (assistant)
Best scorers: Jagodnik 15.2, Wojcik 13.8, Dalmau 12.9, Atkins 10.2
Roster: (year born, height, position)
Michael Andersen 1974/213 5
Rashid Atkins 1975/180 1/2
Jakub Bogusz 1987/185 1
Ali Bouziane 1977/192 1
Christian Dalmau 1975/190 1/2
Filip Dylewicz 1980/202 4
Goran Jagodnik 1974/202 3
Adam Łapeta 1987/217 5
Tomas Masiulis 1975/205 4
Janusz Mysłowiecki 1984/220 5
Jeff Nordgaard 1973/200 3
Istvan Nemeth 1979/190 2
Tomas Pacesas 1971/190 1
Paweł Podgalski 1988/205 4
Adam Waczyński 1989/199 3
Adam Wójcik 1970/208 4
Coming out of the best season in franchise history - great debut to Euroleague and defending Polish Championship - expectations were high as usual. In particular at least to repeat the previous season results.
Desmon Farmer and Aleksandar Radojevic were sacked. They didn't contribute enough to club's success. Unfortunately Mark Miller also left the team, who was very productive … when he wasn't injured. Andrija Ciric, Mariusz Bacik and team's legend Darius Maskoliunas also parted ways with franchise.
Danish Michael Andersen from Pompea Neapol was acquired to play C. Three point specialist Jeff Nordgaard was signed from Polonia Warsaw. Ali Bouziane was also signed, but after brief episodes had to leave the club. Inking Rashid Atkins, well-known from his performance in other Polish League teams, was huge success, Rashid was providing spark and freshness from the bench throughout the season. Puerto Rican Christian Dalmau, proved to be one of the leaders and played on 1 or 2.
Juniors: Adam Łapeta, Jakub Bogusz, Paweł Podgalski and Janusz Mysłowiecki debuted this season as well.
You don't change the winning squad so management decided to keep the core: Filip Dylewicz, Goran Jagodnik, Tomas Masiulis, Istvan Nemeth, Tomas Pacesas and Adam Wójcik.
Dominet Basket League: 88.6 offensive points per game.
Prokom Trefl began the season with two high profile games against Anwil and Slask. They cruised by both opponents by combined 29 points. They outlasted AZS Koszalin in the subsequent match and wiped out Unia Tarnow 125:59 (the biggest win since 1947). Huge win relaxed the team and in the next game they suffered a first regular season home loss in five years to Turow Zgorzelec, 78:92. Prokom shook off quickly and lost only three times to the rest of the RS. Defeats separated 6:0 and 13:0 straight win series. Kijewski's team finished the regular season with 22:4 record and had big edge over second Anwil - 19:7.
Quarters and Semis - Sopot rules in Pomeranian region
Play off started with last year first round rematch against Polpharma. In regular season Tomas Pacesas three-pointer with time winding down in OT sealed Polish Champs win in away game over Starogard. Prokom Trefl topped Polpharma in the second leg as well, 92:69 and in Polish Cup Final 77:64. Polpharma despite solid and brave team, had no luck and a lacked some talent, necessary to beat Prokom Trefl. Jagodnik's 57 points, 25 rebounds and 9 assits led to easy 3:0 first round sweep.
Semifinal and another Pomeranian clash. This time Czarni Slupsk. "Black Panthers" were also easy opponent and the series was ended in three games. Dylewicz (20 points, 9 rebounds), Atkins (19 points) and Wójcik (19 points) led the team in each game of the series respectively.
Prokom beats Anwil for the fourth consecutive time in playoffs and wins Championship!
Sopot met Anwil for the fifth cstraight time in playoffs. (3 times in the finals and 2 times in semis). Anwil as Prokom Trefl swept through first two rounds and didn't allow Turow nor Polpak Swiecie to win a game.
This final was least exciting in recent years. Prokom won smoothly 4:1. Anwil managed to win only the second game of the series in Sopot. 3City players won twice in Wloclawek (Game 4 result 84:53!) and the coronation had place first time on home turf in Sopot. Tomas Masiulis was named MVP of the Finals, the decision which rewarded his commitment and devotion to the game of basketball.
Euroleague: no away wins, no qualification
Prokom Trefl had a poor start to the second Euroleague season. Maccabi Tel Aviv, last year Champion breezed past Sopot 95:68. Next games were far better. Win over Cibona 80:64 and AJ Milano 92:71 (the highest win in Euroleague to the date). Tomas Masiulis just missed triple-double in the first game and in the second sustained the high level by notching 10 points, 9 boards, 3 assists and 2 blocks. But it Wojcik - Jagodnik duo was leading the team's offense. It seemed Prokom Trefl was on the right cruise to repeat last year performance. Unfortunately opponents were tough and our franchise seemed to lack some crucial factor. Sopot lost six straight games, they beat Milano to break the deadlock. They had 3:7 record with four games left to play. Polish Champs didn't give in but managed to win only 2 of remaining four games and finished the campaign with 5:9 record which didn't give them Top16 berth.