|Poland PLK||12/09 14:30||12||Czarni Slupsk vs Start Lublin||-||View|
|Poland PLK||12/16 18:30||13||Spojnia Stargard vs Start Lublin||-||View|
|Poland PLK||12/23 18:00||14||Start Lublin vs Stal Ostrow||-||View|
|Poland PLK||12/30 16:30||15||Legia Warszawa vs Start Lublin||-||View|
|Poland PLK||01/04 13:00||16||Polski Cukier Torun vs Start Lublin||-||View|
|ENBL||01/09 18:00||1||Spartak Pleven vs Start Lublin||-||View|
|Poland PLK||11/30 18:30||11|| Dziki Warszawa v Start Lublin ||L||86-71|
|Poland PLK||11/26 16:30||10|| Start Lublin v Zielona Gora ||L||91-95|
|ENBL||11/21 18:00||1|| Start Lublin v Bristol Flyers ||L||85-107|
|Poland PLK||11/16 16:30||9|| Start Lublin v Arka Gdynia ||W||98-88|
|Poland PLK||11/12 16:30||8|| Anwil Wloclawek v Start Lublin ||L||100-71|
|ENBL||11/08 18:00||1|| Svendborg Rabbits v Start Lublin ||W||62-102|
|Poland PLK||11/02 16:30||7||King Wilki Morskie Szczecin v Start Lublin||W||81-85|
|Poland PLK||11/02 16:30||22|| King Wilki Morskie Szczecin v Start Lublin ||W||PPT.|
|Poland PLK||10/27 15:30||6|| Start Lublin v Slask Wroclaw ||W||102-85|
|Poland PLK||10/21 17:30||5|| Start Lublin v Gtk Gliwice ||W||100-93|
|Poland PLK||10/12 15:30||4|| MKS Dabrowa Gornicza v Start Lublin ||L||112-87|
|Poland PLK||10/08 13:30||3|| Start Lublin v Sokol Lancut ||W||99-83|
Start Lublin, officially Polski Cukier Pszczółka Start Lublin for sponsporship reasons, is a Polish basketball club based in Lublin. The team plays in the Polish Basketball League (PLK) since 2014. Its home arena is the Globus, which has places for 5,000 people. The basketball team is a part of MKS Start Lublin, which also holds chess and athletics sections.
MKS Start Lublin was founded in 1953, along with the basketball team. After seven years of existence, Start promoted to the Polish Basketball League (PLK), the national highest league. In the 1964–65 season, Start captured its first bronze medal. In 1978, Start was the first Polish club to sign an African-American played in Kent Washington. Washington was named PLK Most Valuable Player in 1980.
In the 2002–03 season, Start returned to the PLK after winning the First Division. After two years, the team relegated once again.
In the summer of 2014, Start Lublin received a wild card from the PLK because of the expansion from 12 to 16 teams.
Lublin had its most successful season in the 2019–20 PLK season, which was curtailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When the season was ended, the team was in second place with a 17–5 record. As such, it qualified for a European competition for the first time in the 2020–21 Basketball Champions League.