BC Kalev/Cramo couldn’t take advantage of absence of Alexey Svhed and lost to Khimki despite leading at the half 85:96 (48:45).
BC Kalev/Cramo hosted TLÜ/Kalev at KML and went home with a rather easy 97:64 win.
Similar to the three previous games against the teams, Kalev managed to power through with the support of the home court fans and take another win.
The game was held earlier in the day than usually but it didn’t affect the players that much as the hosts cruised to a 85:62 win!
Sixth win of the season comes against Avtodor.
BC Kalev/Cramo held their rare favourite status well in VTB as they defeated the last place team Krasnojarsk Jenissey 97:88 (51:45).
Saturday night thriller in Tartu ended with a 90:82 win for BC Kalev/Cramo against the hosting Tartu University.
BC Kalev/Cramo returns from Riga with 13th loss of the season in VTB – this time VEF was better, 87:83 (42:44) the final score.
BC Kalev/Cramo played their worst game of the season in Perm against local Parma team – in a very important VTB game the team lost 84:104 (32:55).
BC Kalev/Cramo managed to overcome an extraordinary draught and climb back from a 13 point deficit to take the game to over-time in front of the supporting home crowd but it wasn’t enough.