CSKA is 2-0 in the Finals

Theodoros Papaloukas (photo M. Serbin)
The second game of the Finals was nervous and very hard for the players because of the high temperature in the hall and in Moscow in general. But anyway CSKA was ahead almost all of the game and finished with the score 70-58.

CSKA – UNICS Kazan: 70-58

Ettore Messina, CSKA head coach:

- Another hard game. Unexpected high temperature makes it hard to play for both of the teams. Both teams had hard times trying to score and both had poor shooting percentage. UNICS is a tall team that plays hard defense with good switches. But several times we were able to build some lead. The games in Kazan would be even more difficult. And we should be ready for that.

Matjaz Smodis  (photo M. Serbin)
Theodoros Papaloukas (photo M. Serbin)
Alexey Savrasenko (photo M. Serbin)
Jon Robert Holden (photo M. Serbin)
David Andersen (photo M. Serbin)
Anton Ponkrashov (photo M. Serbin)
Trajan Langdon (photo M. Serbin)
Zakhar Pashutin (photo M. Serbin)
Ettore Messina (photo M. Serbin)
Matjaz Smodis (photo M. Serbin)
Anna Nikitina (photo M. Serbin)
CSKA fan (photo M. Serbin)
Theodoros Papaloukas (photo M. Serbin)
Jon Robert Holden
Trajan Langdon (photo M. Serbin)