Painful loss to Tsmoki-Minsk

Kalev came to this game in good shape: the Estonian team stalled a little at the start of the season, but after they got two important wins over Nizhny Novgorod and CSKA. Tsmoki returned to their home court in the hope of getting the first W in the new season.

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Legend returns!

BC Kalev/Cramo signs a former national team player Kristjan Kangur until the end of the current season. After starting center Kamari Murphy faced an injury during an Estonian-Latvian League game against VEF Riga in the beginning of October, there became a need to fill his position.

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Famous first for Kalev/Cramo

Kalev/Cramo were facing a similar outcome as PAOK mateco, after losing their first game in the last second in Strasbourg, and playing a close one against Tofas Bursa. But Silas Melson and his teammates made sure that the Estonian champions picked up their first ever win in this competition, outlasting their hosts 81-77.

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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.