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Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Domestic League: Adriatic
W-L: 13-13
03/11/2017 70 - 64 vs Partizan Partizan
03/04/2017 76 - 83 at Mornar Bar Mornar Bar
02/27/2017 71 - 67 at Skopje Skopje
02/22/2017 85 - 72 vs Krka Krka

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