‘Kalev / Cramo’ represented by Siliņa and Vītols gives in overtime in FIBA ​​Champions League game

Tallinn’s “Kalev” / “Cramo”, represented by Latvian basketball players Mārčs Vītols and Ojārs Siliņš, led by Roberts Štelmahers, lost in overtime in the third game of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Champions League

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The Tallinn unit with the result 85:87 (25:19, 21:16, 19:18, 10:22, 10:12) gave way to Ostend’s “Filou” in overtime.

Siliņš was on the field for 27 minutes and 21 seconds, during which he scored two points in both free throws. He also won two rebounds, blocked three opponents’ shots, earned one note, finished the game with a +/- +3 and an efficiency of 2.

Vītols was two minutes and 20 seconds on the field, during which he won one rebound.

In the Kalev / Cramo team, Sailes Melson was the most productive, scoring 21 points, while Christian Kitsing stood out with 17 points.

The Estonian team has played three games in the Champions League, in which they won one victory and suffered two losses.

In another game, Manrez’s “Baxi”, represented by Mārti Šteinbergs and Jānis Bērziņš, beat Karšijakas “Pinar” with the result 72:67 (16:20, 18:15, 18:20, 20:12).

Steinberg had two minutes and 54 seconds to score, during which he bounced one rebound and broke the rules once. Bērziņa was not in the “Baxi” unit application.

In Manrez’s team, Luke May was the most productive with 14 points and nine rebounds.

The unit represented by Latvians has played three games without losing any of them and ranks first in the group.

In the regular tournament, 32 teams are divided into eight subgroups of four units each. The winners of the sub-groups will immediately secure a place in the first round of play-offs, where they will be joined by eight more units, which will be determined in the “play-in” series between the second and third place teams in the group.