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Russian League finals, Game 3: May 19, 2012
Russian League champion 2011-12 - CSKA Moscow (photo pbleague.ru)Turkish Airlines Euroleague runner-up CSKA Moscow reiterated its dominance at home in the Russian League on Saturday by sweeping to its 10th consecutive domestic title by blasting Eurocup champion Khimki Moscow Region 75-90. The road win game CSKA a 3-0 sweep in the best-of-five finals. CSKA's accomplishment was all the more noteworthy because it played the entire series without Andrei Kirilenko, who was the Euroleague MVP this season. Nonetheless, CSKA had five double-figure scorers on Saturday and out-rebounded Khimki 31-22. CSKA roared ahead by 19-26 after one quarter and 37-48 at the half, but Khimki rallied after halftime to get within five points, 65-70, heading into the final quarter. As it had all series, CSKA dominated the final 10 minutes, allowing Khimki just 10 points while doubling that total itself. Alexey Shved led the winners with 18 points, while Nenad Krstic added 17 while Viktor Khryapa posted 14, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Milos Teodosic had 13 points and 6 rebounds, while Jamont Gordon chipped in 10 points. CSKA made 12 of 21 three-point shots (57%), including 3 each by Shved and Teodosic. For Khimki, Vitaly Fridzon poured in 20 points and dished 5 assists. Kresimir Loncar followed with 17 points, 6 rebounds. Thomas Kelati added 13 points, 6 assists, while Zoran Planinic scored 10 points. Khimki, as Eurocup champion, will join CSKA in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague next season.

Euroleague / Eurocup teams

Russian League, Finals and 3rd place Playoffs: best of 5 games

Record Team Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
3 CSKA Moscow (1) - Final 81 79 90 x x
0 BC Khimki (2) 62 61 75 x x
1 Triumph (3) - 3rd place 91 81 61 79 x
3 Lokomotiv Kuban (4) 86 93 104 91 x
Russian League Champion 2011-12: CSKA Moscow

Finals Playoffs round games
Game 1 CSKA Moscow vs. BC Khimki 81-62 May 16
Game 1 Triumph vs. Lokomotiv Kuban 91-86 May 14
Game 2 CSKA Moscow vs. BC Khimki 79-61 May 17
Game 2 Triumph vs. Lokomotiv Kuban 81-93 May 15
Game 3 BC Khimki vs. CSKA Moscow 75-90 May 19
Game 3 Lokomotiv Kuban vs. Triumph 104-61 May 18
Game 4 Lokomotiv Kuban vs. Triumph 91-79 May 19

Russian League, Semifinals Playoffs: best of 3 games

Record Team Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
2 CSKA Moscow (1) 94 78 x
0 Lokomotiv Kuban (4) 87 72 x
2 BC Khimki (2) 102 87 x
0 Triumph (3) 76 82 x

Semifinals Playoffs round games
Game 1 CSKA Moscow vs. Lokomotiv Kuban 94-87 April 27
Game 1 BC Khimki vs. Triumph 102-76 May 3
Game 2 Lokomotiv Kuban vs. CSKA Moscow 72-78 April 29
Game 2 Triumph vs. BC Khimki 82-87 May 5

Russian League, Regular Season, Game 19: April 17-20, 2012

LAST GAME GAME 20
April 22-24, 2012
Day Match Result
Apr. 22 Primorye vs. Triumph 105-59
Apr. 24 Enisey vs. Spartak SPB 63-84
Apr. 24 Unics vs. Lokomotiv Kuban 101-75
Apr. 24 CSKA Moscow vs. Khimki 91-72
NEXT GAME
Semifinals Playoffs

Match

CSKA Moscow (1) vs. Lokomotiv Kuban (4)

Khimki (2) vs. Triumph (3)






STANDINGS TG W L P+ P-
1 CSKA 18 17 1 - -
2 Khimki 18 15 3 - -
3 Triumph 18 12 6 - -
4 Lokomotiv-Kuban 18 9 9 - -
5 Spartak 18 9 9 - -
6 UNICS 18 8 10 - -
7 Spartak-Primorye 18 8 10 - -
8 Krasnye Krylya 18 7 11 - -
9 Nizhniy Novgorod 18 3 15 - -
10 Enisey 18 2 16 - -


Russian League, Regular Season, Game 12: February 18, 2012

Feb 20, 2012 by Euroleague.net Print
Andrei Kirilenko - CSKA Moscow_36775CSKA Moscow downed Triumph Lyubertsy 99-83 to stay in first place of the Russian League with a 10-1 record. Andrei Kirilenko led the way scoring 20 points with 9 rebounds and 3 blocks, Nenad Krstic tallied 19 points, while Andrey Vorontsevich, Jamont Gordon and Sasha Kauns added 12 apiece. The hosts led 52-42 at halftime and never looked back. Unics outdueled Enisey on the road 69-77 to take a 5-4 record. Henry Domercant and Lynn Greer drained 22 points apiece for the winners and Kelly McCarty added 11. Enisey pulled to within 1 point twice in the second half: at the midpoint of the third quarter, with the score at 44-45, Unics answered with a 12-1 run, then at 61-62 in the fourth, Domercant scored 9 consecutive points to gain a 64-71 margin, which proved decisive. Khimki raised its record to 7-2 after a thrilling 53-56 road win over Spartak. The hosts seemed in control after 30 minutes, leading 48-41, but Khimki opened the final quarter with a 10-0 run and clamped down defensively, holding Spartak to just five points. With Khimki up 48-51, both teams hit three-pointers before Kresmir Loncar sealed the win with a jumper from the top of the key. Loncar led the winners with 17 points and Zoran Planinic added 13, while Valery Likhodey and Janis Strelnieks had 10 each for Spartak. Lokomotiv Kubans downed Nizhny Novgorod 79-68, as Jeremiah Massey nailed 19 points and pulled down 15 rebounds, Ali Traore had 17 points and Sergey Bykov added 16. Krasnye Krylya edged Spartak Primorye as 78-71 behind Brion Rush’s 18 points.


LAST GAME GAME 12
February 18, 2012
Day Match Result
Feb. 18 Enisey vs. Unics 69-77
Feb. 18 Lokomotiv Kuban vs. Nizhniy Novgorod 79-68
Feb. 18 CSKA Moscow vs. Triumph 99-83
Feb. 18 Krasnye Krylya vs. Primorye 78-71
Feb. 18 Spartak SPB vs. BC Khimki 53-56
NEXT GAME GAME 13
March 3-4, 2012
Day Match
Mar. 3 Primorye vs. BC Khimki
Mar. 3 Spartak SPB vs. Lokomotiv Kuban
Mar. 3 Krasnye Krylya vs. N. Novgorod
Mar. 3 CSKA Moscow vs. Enisey
Mar. 4 Unics vs. Triumph


STANDINGS TG W L P+ P-
1 CSKA Moscow
11 10 1 - -
2 Lokomotiv-Kuban 11 6 5 - -
3 BC Khimki 9 7 2 - -
4 Triumph 10 6 4 - -
5 Spartak SPB
11 5 6 - -
6 Spartak-Primorye 11 5 6 - -
7 Krasnye Krylya 10 5 5 - -
8 UNICS 9 5 4 - -
9 Enisey 10 1 9 - -
10 Nizhniy Novgorod 10 1 9 - -