Abbreviation: PNV
Country: Lithuania
Domestic League: Lithuania - LKL
W-L: 10-1
11/15/2017 81 - 93 at Hapoel Jerusalem Hapoel Jerusalem
11/12/2017 88 - 81 at Kedainiai Kedainiai
11/07/2017 86 - 79 vs Buducnost Buducnost
11/05/2017 78 - 68 at Siauliai Siauliai

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