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Kalev/Cramo hold KB Sigal Prishtina to 50 points

Photos: Marita Brigitta Mones

The first stage in Tallinn, Estonia ended with a lowest scoring game in the ENBL history. Kalev/Cramo stopped KB SIGAL Prishtina offense and posted a 61-50 win on Sunday, November 27, at the Ring Sport arena.

Players of the game

Hugo Toom led the Kalev/Cramo with 14 points.

A 20 year old small forward forced a team high six fouls and went for a perfect 7-of-7 from the free throw line.

Toom had another seven points from the field and grabbed four rebounds before he was fouled out.

Mārtiņš Meiers was a force under the basket and scored 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting from the field.

Latvian center added four rebounds and four forced fouls.

Taavi Jurkatamm reinforced the Kalev/Cramo frontcourt with another 10 points.

Dustin Thomas led all scorers with 15 points.

A former Arkansas power forward had nine rebounds, two assists and two steals in an all around effort for KB SIGAL.

The other Prishtina players experienced a scoring drought as they scored six points or less.

Key stats

The first half ended in a 30-30 tie.

Kalev/Cramo improved defense after the break to hold KB Sigal Prishtina to 20 points the rest of the way.

The Kosovar team experienced the shooting woes as their accuracy fell below 30 percent (16/54).

Tallinn centers offered a breakthrough for their team – Meiers and Jurkatamm combined for 20 points.

Kalev/Cramo players shot the ball better from every position and made 85 percent of their free throws (17/20).

Both teams struggled from the three point land (4/17 vs 4/18).

KB Sigal registered more steals (4-10) but struggled in a positional game.

Game notes

Sunday`s encounter marked the lowest scoring game in the ENBL history as both teams combined for 111 points.

KB Sigal Prishtina became the first team which scored 50 points or less in the ENBL game.

Liepāja scored 53 points in the first ever ENBL game on October 19, 2021.

Kalev/Cramo had its first win and moved up to the third place in Group A.

Least points scored:

Prishtina 50 November 27, 2022, KB Sigal Prishtina 50-61 Kalev/Cramo

Liepāja 53 October 19, 2021, Liepāja 53-61 Tartu

Valmiera 55 December 1, 2021, Tartu 65-55 Valmiera

Liepāja 55 February 9, 2022, Anwil 116-55 Liepāja

Tartu 61 October 19, 2021, Liepāja 53-61 Tartu

Lowest scoring game:

111 points, KB Sigal Prishtina 50-61 Kalev/Cramo

114 points, Liepāja 53-61 Tartu (October 19, 2021)

120 points, Tartu 65-55 Liepāja

STANDINGS, as of November 27, 2022

Group A

Budivelnyk Kyiv 2-0 (+34)

Zastal Zielona Gora 1-1 (-6)

Kalev/Cramo 1-1 (+6)

Polski Cukier Start Lublin 1-0 (+15)

TalTech Optibet 0-1 (-15)

KB Sigal Prishtina 0-2 (-34)

Šiauliai 0-0

Tie-breaker: Zastal Zielona Gora has a 1-0, +5 advantage against Kalev/Cramo.

SCHEDULE (local time Estonia, GMT+3h)

Saturday, November 26

Kalev/Cramo 69–74 Zastal Zielona Gora

Budivelnyk Kyiv 85–62 KB Sigal Prishtina

Sunday, November 27

Zastal Zielona Gora 63–74 Budivelnyk Kyiv

KB Sigal Prishtina 50–61 Kalev/Cramo


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