Landen Lucas, who joined BC Kalev/Cramo in september with a two-month try-out will not continue in Kalev/Cramo.
BC Kalev/Cramo was handed their first Estonian-Latvian United League loss by Latvian powerhouse VEF 82:91 (15:22, 27:20, 18:28, 22:21)
BC Kalev/Cramo got their third loss of the season to go with their three wins after admitting a 87:100 (47:42) to Zenit in St. Petersburg.
On Tuesday, BC Kalev/Cramo got their third victory of the season in VTB as they defeated Zielona Gora Stelmet 80:77.
Kalev/Cramo who was considered a big favourite against Valmiera didn’t have the easiest game of the season.
BC Kalev/Cramo defeated last year’s finals opponent Tartu Ülikool by 19 and continues their undefeated run in Estonian-Latvian League.
BC Kalev/Cramo’s tight schedule continued in VTB as they visited Krasnodar Lokomotive-Kuban and broke the 10 game curse as they got a historic win, defeating the hosts 85:80.
BC Kalev/Cramo took their fourth loss in a row in VTB as the hosting Riga VEF took a crucial 74:82 (37:31) home win against the visiting Kalev/Cramo.
BC Kalev/Cramo played their first home game in VTB league and had to admit a 102:113 (38:45) defeat to Saratov Avtodor.
Favourites for the game, BC Kalev/Cramo could not grow the lead until the final minutes, when Kangur, Jõesaar, Lucas and Dorbek all scored to take home the close seven point win.