Abbreviation: KAL
Country: Estonia
Domestic League: Estonia - KML
W-L: 4-0
04/23/2017 95 - 98 vs Zenit St Petersburg Zenit St Petersburg
04/16/2017 75 - 86 at Kuban Kuban
04/06/2017 68 - 67 at Tartu Ulikool Tartu Ulikool
04/03/2017 68 - 100 at CSKA Moscow CSKA Moscow

Team Stats

Team GP Pts 2pt 3pt FT Rebounds Ast Stl Blk TO PF
M A % M A % M A % Off Def Tot

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