Abbreviation: KPS
Country: Macedonia
Domestic League: Macedonia
W-L: 5-11
03/17/2018 81 - 94 at Gevgelija Gevgelija
03/10/2018 91 - 107 vs Shkupi Shkupi
03/03/2018 66 - 95 at Pelister Bitola Pelister Bitola
02/10/2018 77 - 90 vs Kozuv Kozuv

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