Forget one quarter and youll have something to remember

Ramunas Siskauskas (photo M. Serbin,
With the exception of one catastrophic segment to start of third quarter our team demonstrated pretty good basketball and confidently won the home game against Yenisey Krasnoyarsk.

CSKA vs. Yenisey Krasnoyarsk: 91-75 (+16)

Jonas Kazlauskas, CSKA head coach:
We played well for three quarters with some mistakes which can be fixed. But our play in the third quarter showed all the teams problems this season. After the break some players got tired, some stopped playing, thinking that the deals done. In this situation it is 10 times more difficult to make them play better than when you play normal game. Because every decision had double price - every shot, every rebound. Maybe it looks like I think that our team is able to destroy any opponent. Maybe the Russian league is actually much stronger. But I wish all the best to CSKA!

Ramunas Siskauskas (photo M. Serbin,
Aleksandr Kaun (photo M. Serbin,
Matjaz Smodis (photo Y. Kuzmin,
Viktor Khryapa (photo M. Serbin,
Jamont Gordon (photo Y. Kuzmin,
Aleksey Shved (photo M. Serbin,
Trajan Langdon (photo M. Serbin,
Jon Robert Holden (photo M. Serbin,
Sani Becirovic (photo M. Serbin,
Jonas Kazlauskas (photo Y. Kuzmin,
CSKA dance team (photo Y. Kuzmin,
CSKA fans (photo M. Serbin,
 (photo M. Serbin,
Ramunas Siskauskas (photo Y. Kuzmin,
Jamont Gordon blocks the shot (photo M. Serbin,
Viktor Khryapa (photo Y. Kuzmin,
(photo Y. Kuzmin,
Aleksandr Kaun (photo Y. Kuzmin,
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