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). This was the 14th loss of the season for BC Kalev/Cramo as they’re still in the second to last spot in the league table.
Khimki scored 23 points of turnovers by Kalev, against the visiting teams 12 points. But the big story was the unbelievable shooting by Khimki, they made 16/21 from behind the arc(!) against the decent shooting of BC Kalev/Cramo (11/23).
With six threes, Charles Jenkins led the way for the hosting Khimki finishing with 28 points. Isaiah Briscoe finished with 28 points for the visiting side, while Erik Keedus made also six threes and added 20 points.