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    So do Rūdupis or Nevėžis have a realistic chance of challenging for first place in the Baltic Basketball League this coming season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    So do Rudupis or Nevėžis have a realistic chance of challenging for first place in the Baltic Basketball League this coming season?

    For first place you mean in regular season? Yes, Rūdupis can. Nevėžis (or should I say "Triobet"?) can't, I would guess. They have not bad team but they still need to sign some players...right now I see them in play-offs of LKL but still not as good as Rūdupis and as I think, Šiauliai. Also Neptūnas has good roster (especially after their latest signing...), Kaunas can show good results (team full of the best Žalgiris' youngsters), Pieno Žvaigždės have high aims and not bad roster as for now. All these teams can play well in BBL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagenas View Post
    For first place you mean in regular season?
    Yes, in the regular season.


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    BBL Cup

    Semifinal I

    University of Tartu 108 - Kalev/Cramo 106

    Semifinal II

    VEF Riga 80 Rūdupis 75

    Bronze Medal Game

    Rūdupis 85 Kalev/Cramo 70

    Gold Medal Game

    VEF Riga 95 University of Tartu 69

    It looks to me as if Rūdupis led by veteran Dainius Šalenga was the second best team in the tournament.


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    That tournament was long time ago.

    Yeah, Rūdupis looked way better than Estonian teams.

    I didn't like that Šalenga and Kadžiulis have absolute freedom offensively.

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    Once again (3rd time in a row) Žalgiris took the trophy

    auksas (4).jpg

    Žalgiris vs. Lietuvos Rytas 74:70 (22:26, 20:10, 17:18, 15:16)

    MVP - Mantas Kalnietis

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    new season started -
    Prienai - Kedainis (both LTU)
    Live stream now (official)-very good quality i have to say
    http://www.basketnews.lt/vaizdo-transliacijos.html
    enjoy

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    Nevėžis Kedainiai 82 Tartu Rock 64

    So in their wild new uniforms Nevėžis kicks off the 2013-14 Baltic Basketball League season by winning the BBL Cup!




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    So Šiauliai won its third Baltic Basketball League title in a row in 2016 by a two game aggregate of 176-157 over Tartu Rock.

    Lietkabelis of Panevėžys took the bronze in a 160-154 aggregate over Valmiera.


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