BC Kalev/Cramo came into the game fired up and took the lead early on thanks to great work by Martin Dorbek and kept it until the half-time. Their good momentum carried on to the second half as the opponents couldn’t cut into the deficit and a good 97-73 win for the hosts.
Despite a great start and a brave fight, BC Kalev/Cramo couldn’t manage to take their first win in an away game against Saratov Avtodor and is winless after four games.
BC Kalev/Cramo’s home game in VTB league against one of the probable outsider BC Parma offered a lot of tension for the fans in the second half but unfortunately not a first win – 74:76 (30:42).
On Friday 21.10, BC Kalev/Cramo played their fourth game in Estonian league, facing their old rival Tartu Ülikool. To get ahead of things, oh boy was this a thrilling game that saw the reigning champs take a good win!
In Tuesdays game against TLÜ/Kalev, Sten Sokk from BC Kalev/Cramo made history and passed his grandfather August Sokk in the All-Time scoring list of Estonian Championships. Sokk had 13 points in the game which makes his total of 2339 compared to August Sokk and his 2334.
With a third consecutive win for BC Kalev/Cramo stays undefeated in Estonian league after crushing TLÜ/Kalev 84:59. Janari Jõesaar had a nice all-around game with 14 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Thomas van der Mars and Sten Sokk added 13 points.
After a slightly shocking first half for Unics who only led by 9 points against BC Kalev/Cramo turned on the next gear in the second half and eased their way to a 104:78 (55:46) win