10.06.2011
The hottest time of the year has come. We aren’t talking about the summer: the BEKO PBL final series starts at USH CSKA on Saturday and Sunday. Our team is waiting for the tough battles against Khimki and hopes that the fans will abandon the idea to go to the countryside for the long weekend and prefer to support their team instead...
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Stay at Moscow, don’t stay at home!
The hottest time of the year has come. We aren’t talking about the summer: the BEKO PBL final series starts at USH CSKA on Saturday and Sunday. Our team is waiting for the tough battles against Khimki and hopes that the fans will abandon the idea to go to the countryside for the long weekend and prefer to support their team instead.

Red-blues finished their series against Lokomotiv-Kuban earlier and waited for their potential opponents to finish the other semifinals. The team had a day off on Sunday and had evening practices all the week.

Army men will miss Ramunas Siskauskas (soleus muscle of left shin) who practices individually. Keith Langford, who missed more than two months due to injury, is questionable for Khimki.

“You know that in final you have your back to the wall, you should show everything you can”, - CSKA head coach Jonas Kazlauskas said. “We lost to previous games to Khimki in the final minutes. I think those losses will have mental influence on us, because they touched our ambitions. Surely, small details will be very important again. Sincerely hope, that CSKA fans will come for the games this weekend and we will be able to feel the atmosphere of real home game on our arena.”

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