In their last VTB game of this year, BC Kalev/Cramo managed to put on a great show for the crowd with a great outcome!
BC Kalev/Cramo played their ninth Alexela league game this season against the surprise team of the season so far BC Valga-Valka/Maks&Moorits.
BC Kalev/Cramo suffered their eight loss in VTB as a tight game against Tsmoki Minsk ended with 84:87 (37:44) win for the hosts. Kalev sits at the bottom of the league table while Tsmoki is currently holding the seventh place.
BC Kalev/Cramo coaching duo of Donaldas Kairys and Indrek Reinbok got a new addition to their team after the addition of Lithuanian Giedrius Žibenas.
Reigning Estonian champion BC Kalev/Cramo met youngsters G4S Noorteliiga and got an easy 126:51 (26:17, 32:8, 36:13, 32:13) vcitory in Paide.
BC Kalev/Cramo showed quality play against European powerhouse Moscow CSKA with leading 86:85 with seven minutes in the final quarter.
After a short National Team break, BC Kalev/Cramo continued their season with a game against Pärnu Sadam in Alexela Basketball League.
BC Kalev/Cramo ended the contract of Alar Varrak, who steered the club to 5 Estonian championships in addition to winning two Estonian cups and dominating the Estonian league.
This upcoming Wednesday Estonian National Team will start their World Cup qualifiers. Kristjan Kangur, Sten Sokk and Erik Keedus are going to be representing the National Team for these games.
BC Nižni Novgorod didn’t give BC Kalev/Cramo any chance in their VTB league game and took a comfortable 103:85 (52:32) victory at home. For Kalev its their sixth loss in seven games which puts them at the bottom of the league table.