Abbreviation: CIB
Country: Croatia
Domestic League: Croatia - A-1 Liga
W-L: 10-4
02/11/2018 87 - 86 vs Igokea Igokea
02/05/2018 73 - 79 at Zadar Zadar
02/02/2018 97 - 80 at Split Split
01/30/2018 119 - 76 vs Jazine-Arbanasi Jazine-Arbanasi

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