Sixth win in 19 games this season. Play-off hopes are alive with the 40th win in VTB history for the hosting Kalev/Cramo, but the first win ever against Avtodor. But all that does not compare to the emotion of winning such a game in this time of the season – 95:89 (51:44) Kalev takes the win and rises to the 11th place with the same amount of wins as Astana and Tsmoki have who are holding 7-8th place.
Isaiah Briscoe led Kalev with 21 points, Gregor Arbet showed up in the first half making 4 threes and pulling the team together in hard situations, while Branko came up clutch in the final quarter with three crazy three pointers and finished with 12 points.
Kalev won the rebounds 44:38 (offensive rebounds 18:14) and had 22 second chance points against opponents 10. Avtodor got 38 free-throws (!) and made 31 against our 17 of 24.