Tartu Ülikool/Rock crowned Estonian basketball champions ({{commentsTotal}})

After five years, the basketball champion’s title is back in Tartu, with Tartu Ülikool/Rock beating Kalev/Cramo and winning the Estonian Men's Basketball Premier League on Friday.

TÜ/Rock won the Premier League final series 4-1. In the final match in Tartu on Friday evening, the University of Tartu team secured the needed forth win with a score of 86-67.

In this year’s finals, Kalev/Cramo took the 1–0 lead at first, but TÜ/Rock then managed to win four matches back to back.

The last time TÜ/Rock won the Premiere League was in 2010. Since then, Kalev/Cramo had clinched the title four years in a row.

Editor: M. Oll



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