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- Euroleague begins with two Estonians on boardEstonian newsTo the delight of European basketball lovers, Euroleague starts today. For fans in Estonia, the great day is tomorrow as games are on for Siim-Sander Vene's home club Zalgiris Kaunas, a favorite with lots of Estonians, and Kristjan Kangur's employer Vitoria Laboral Kutxa. While the latter is on temporary contract and his role unclear, at least in Lithuanian League Mr Vene has been a main player with Zalgiris.
- Estonian basketball – like country bumpkins at Oscars GalaEstonian newsIs Estonian basketball really 15 years behind rest of Europe, according to the coach Priit Vene working long-term in Lithuania? Is the international level totally lacking and the team a bunch of good-for-nothings as hundreds or even thousands of fans opine in social Media? Painful questions, and hard to answer to the backdrop of emotions created by initial games at European Championship.
- Renewed Holland vs leaderless EstoniaEstonian newsEstonia’s national basketballers, having occasionally played fine in qualifications for 2013 European Championships, enter the fray for a place in the finals of 2015. To begin with, today they play Holland, a team beaten by them two years back. However, the latter is not half the bunch it used to be.
- Fist punch injects intrigue into final game Kalev/Cramo beat TYCO Rapla, 3:0, in semi-finals.Estonian news«McLeod ought to be put to first plane home!» said the Rapla TYCO basketball team head coach Indrek Ruut, passing Alar Varrak, colleague from Kalev/Cramo. Not joking, as evident by his obvious irritation and the threat of physical penalty for the American player in his voice. «Hey, behold now the tough guy!» Mr Varrak, interviewed by journalists, yelled after him.