Kalev beat CSKA for the first time in history

On the start of the final quarter Hilliard hit another three and increased the gap to 14 points. Anyway, Joesaar answered with 11 points in 3 minutes and Keene-Kemp duo supported his efforts. Kalev took the lead and started growing the differential showing perfect ball movement.

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Zielona Gora win in Tallinn and take 5th spot in standings

The game was decided in the clutch. A minute and a half before the final buzzer Kalev cut the gap to 4 points. But Estonians couldn’t score in a few next possessions. Rolands Freimanis buried the intrigue: guests’ forward put an and-one dunk with 27 seconds left and Zielona Gora’s lead increased to 7 points.

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2020 ends with a loss to Nizhny

Nizhny Novgorod were up to please the fans and they started at the high pace. Ivan Strebkov hit the three a few seconds after the starting whistle and didn’t stop, the guard scored 10 of the first 11 team points. Kalev took the chasing team status from the very beginning.

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BC Kalev/Cramo is professional Basketball club located in Tallinn, Estonia. Founded in 1998 the team is competing in VTB United League, FIBA Champions League & Alexela Basketball League. The club has two home-courts, Saku Arena and legendary Kalevi Spordihall. BC Kalev/Cramo is the defending Estonian Champion and has won the Estonian league 11 times. Head coach of the team is Roberts Štelmahers & the name sponsor CRAMO AS.