CSKA
The match is over
Moscow
13 February 2020 Thursday / 19:30 MSK
Aleksandr Gomelskiy Universal Sport Hall CSKA
CSKA
81
67
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13.02.2020
Mainly and mostly seriously
Our team cruised to a good win against Kalev at home.

CSKA vs. Kalev/Cramo Tallinn: 81-67 (+14)


CSKA: Bolomboy (11), Strelnieks (10 + 3 as + 2 st), Hackett (12 + 2 as), Kurbanov (3 + 5 rb + 2 st), Hines (2 + 2 as) – start; Ukhov (2 + 2 as), Antonov (3 + 5 rb + 4 as), Sant-Roos (10 + 2 st), Lopatin (7 + 4 rb + 2 bs), Kulagin (0), Koufos (7 + 4 rb), Hilliard (14 + 3 as)…

Kalev/Cramo: Vinales (14), Kangur (4 + 2 as), Joesaar (12 + 7 rb), Skele (4 + 4 rb), Kitsing (8 + 4 rb) – start; Raieste (7 + 4 rb), Killeya-Jones (4 + 5 rb + 2 bs + 3 to + 4 pf), Sokk (5), Kurbas (5), Dorbek (2 as), Paasoja (4)…




Dimitris Itoudis, CSKA head coach:
Congratulations to the team. Mainly and mostly we played serious. In the end of third quarter we brought the game where we wanted to. We kept Kalev really low on the defensive end though we had lapses in the last 2.22 of the second quarter, when they ran 0-11, from 49-28 to 49-39. We talked about that, team picked up and played really good in the third quarter. 71-49 was a great result at the moment. We could have end differently the fourth quarter, but overall the team deserves congratulations. We had an intention to share time and let those who are coming back from injuries play. Good luck to Kalev.

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