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    Post Lietkabelis Panevėys thread!

    I see we don't yet have a thread devoted to Lietkabelis Panevėys. That's a deficiency that should be rectified since Lietkabelis is the defending LKL Silver medallist. Moreover the club currently has four players who have been part of the roster of Lithuania's national team in at least three championship tournaments. Here's the current roster:

    C Darju Lavrinovič, Vaidas Čepukaitis,Tomas Rima
    PF Kytof Lavrinovič, ygimantas Skučas, Donatas Tarolis
    SF anis Peiners, Simas Jasaitis
    SG Adas Jukevičius, Gintaras Leonavičius, Lukas Auktikalnis
    PG Gary Talton, Lorenzo Williams


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    The Lavrinovič brothers, Simas Jasaitis, and Adas Juškevičius were part of Lithuania's national team. I would definitely point out that the current roster may change sometime soon. We need to talk about the thread, and I would like everyone to participate in discussing it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat (1) View Post
    The Lavrinovič brothers, Simas Jasaitis, and Adas Juškevičius were part of Lithuania's national team. I would definitely point out that the current roster may change sometime soon. We need to talk about the thread, and I would like everyone to participate in discussing it.

    The only player Im gonna follow from this team is Tarolis.

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    Hepcat (1) is an imposter. That's not me. I don't understand why the poster calling himself Hepcat (1) has done this.


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    I see that this imposter Hepcat (1) has also been sending a bunch of idiotic visitor messages this afternoon/evening. I suspect that he's a hired troll in the employ of the Kremlin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Svajunas View Post
    The only player Im gonna follow from this team is Tarolis.
    Ill follow Juskevicius. A solid performance with the NT should be his motivation to keep on going he deserves a higher level then some Lietkabelis .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    Hepcat (1) is an imposter. That's not me. I don't understand why the poster calling himself Hepcat (1) has done this.

    Me neither, Hepcat. I think the person who created that account needs to be banned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    I see that this imposter Hepcat (1) has also been sending a bunch of idiotic visitor messages this afternoon/evening. I suspect that he's a hired troll in the employ of the Kremlin.


    Were you taking a look at what that troll wrote to Babajas? I would suggest that you report him to the moderators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Svajunas View Post
    The only player Im gonna follow from this team is Tarolis.
    Well Adas Juškevičius will almost certainly be part of the Lithuanian team in the WC qualifiers and I think at least one of the Lavrinovič brothers will be called upon to participate as well since Team Lietuva this fall will have very few available big fellows from which to choose. Simas Jasaitis, well probably only as a last-minute injury replacement.


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    Juskevicius with a monster game against Buducnost in Eurocup. He scored 31 pts in 30 min (9/13 3pt - tied a record), made 5 assists, only 1 turnover and all in all had 38 PIR.

    He knailed seven 3pt shots in a row in the first quarter!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvqOXSkNqGQ
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    Record for Lietkabelis in LKL*: 10-5
    Record for Lietkabelis in EuroCup: 4-5 (Group B)

    *Lietkabelis is struggling in the LKL as of right now. They've lost four in a row; their last LKL victory was against Nevezis on the 12th of November.

    2017 11 19

    Lietkabelis 66
    Zalgiris 70

    2017 12 02

    Neptunas 86
    Lietkabelis 76

    2017 12 09

    Vytautas 88
    Lietkabelis 74

    2017 12 17

    Juventus 91
    Lietkabelis 71


    Are there any predictions regarding Sunday's game with Rytas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapustelis View Post

    *Lietkabelis is struggling in the LKL as of right now. They've lost four in a row; their last LKL victory was against Nevezis on the 12th of November.
    Serves them right, current coach is a complete failure who is there for front row seats. And anyway what is Lietkabelis doing playing in a bike track? I bet half the fans that show up in Cido arena actualy bought ticket to the wrong sporting event.

    No matter how much i dislike Lietkabelis hope they trash Rytas. Cerwona kurwa is swiming in clouds at the moment, need to bring them back down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWhite View Post
    Serves them right, current coach is a complete failure who is there for front row seats. And anyway what is Lietkabelis doing playing in a bike track? I bet half the fans that show up in Cido arena actualy bought ticket to the wrong sporting event.

    No matter how much i dislike Lietkabelis hope they trash Rytas. Cerwona kurwa is swiming in clouds at the moment, need to bring them back down.
    I don't like anyone who insults my team and/or other LKL teams that are currently worse than Zalgiris and verbally writes inappropriate phrases to LKL fans like myself. If you want to do that, go ahead and do it on a Lithuanian basketball website, but not on this forum. The moderators can see what you write, so unless you want to be banned from writing on this forum, I would suggest you respect members who do not have the same attitude as you, and do not use profanity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapustelis View Post
    I don't like anyone who insults my team and/or other LKL teams that are currently worse than Zalgiris and verbally writes inappropriate phrases to LKL fans like myself. If you want to do that, go ahead and do it on a Lithuanian basketball website, but not on this forum. The moderators can see what you write, so unless you want to be banned from writing on this forum, I would suggest you respect members who do not have the same attitude as you, and do not use profanity.
    This forum is not for babies Mr Cabbage. Grow up or go watch Sezame Street instead.

    Lietkabelis is a cancer in Lith bball because there is no youth development. They bought a bunch of veterans and a good coach for one season, but once they were gone, their level dropped too. Besides, Panevezys is a small city compared to Vilnius or Kaunas, they don't get government funding like their wealthy counterparts. It's a matter of time before this club falls on its face.

    Therefore, if Lietkabelis wins, it will only show what mediocre team Rytas is.

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    Didn't we went through this before?

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    Lietkabelis was off to a good start in the first quarter against Rytas, but they couldn't survive the second half, ending up with a fifth straight loss. Lietkabelis is now 10-6.

    2017 12 23
    Lietkabelis 69
    Rytas 75

    Lietkabelis had two players scoring in double figures: Ksistof Lavrinovic with 17 points and Adas Juskevicius with 14 points.
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    Firing a Latvian coach who did quite good not having anyone to replace him was an idioticn decision. Lietkabelis looks a way worse now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher View Post
    Firing a Latvian coach who did quite good not having anyone to replace him was an idioticn decision. Lietkabelis looks a way worse now.
    How come Lietkabelis decided to fire Stombergs in the first place when he was a good coach? Why did they decide to hire a former head coach of Ukraine, Vitaly Cherniy?

    It was Stombergs' first season coaching Lietkabelis when that happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapustelis View Post
    How come Lietkabelis decided to fire Stombergs in the first place when he was a good coach? Why did they decide to hire a former head coach of Ukraine, Vitaly Cherniy?

    It was Stombergs' first season coaching Lietkabelis when that happened.
    I don't know why they fired him. Cherniy was an assistant coach of the former one.

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    So Lietkabelis failed to pull off an upset against algiris in the Karaliaus Mindaugo tournament today and went down 88-74.

    I can't shake the impression that Lietkabelis threw in the towel on the season when Galatasaray was allowed to buy out Adas Jukevičius' contract in mid-January.


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