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Who wins the Estonian basketball league 2018/2019?

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The Korvpalli Meistriliiga (English: Basketball Champions League), known as the Alexela Korvpalli Meistriliiga for sponsorship reasons, is the highest level tier and most important professional club basketball competition in Estonia, and is controlled by the Estonian Football Association.

The first Estonian Basketball Championship tournament was held in 1925. During the Soviet occupation (1941–1991) the league was called the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic Championship. After Estonia regained its independence in 1991, the league was reformed as the Korvpalli Meistriliiga (KML). The KML, which is played under FIBA rules, currently consists of 9 teams. The current KML champions are Kalev/Cramo who won their 10th Estonian Championship in the 2017–18 KML season.

Since 2013, the league has been sponsored by Alexela, an Estonian energy company.

During the regular season teams will play 4 rounds for 28 games (2 at home and 2 away) with following exceptions:

G4S Noorteliiga will play 2 rounds (1 round at home and 1 round away in total).

Double points will be awarded to teams winning those games.

Award winners:

KML Best Defender Award:  Mihkel Kirves- Team: Port of Pärnu

KML Finals Most Valuable Player Award:  Kristjan Kangur- Team: Kalev/Cramo

KML Best Young Player Award: Matthias Tass- Team: TTÜ

KML Coach of the Year:  Donaldas Kairys- Team: Kalev/Cramo

All KML Team:

PG                       Estonia- Tanel Sokk                   Team: Tartu Ülikool

SG                       United States- Isaiah Briscoe Team: Kalev/Cramo

SF                        United States- Dominique Hawkins                 Team: AVIS UTILITAS Rapla

PF                        Montenegro- Bojan Subotić  Team: Kalev/Cramo

C                          Estonia Janar- Talts                    Team: Tartu Ülikool

The 2018/2019 Estonian championship was won by the Kalev/Cramo, wich is their third championship in a row (2015/2016; 2016/2017 ; 2017/2018). They put some amazing numbers this season, ending with 25-1 regular season record. Kalev/Cramo also won the series in only 4 of 7 games.

Looking forward the 2018/2019 season, there is no doubt that the Kalev/Cramo will keep his reputation as a team with the most chances to win the next championship. The players fits perfect with Donaldas Kairys ( Head coach) playbook and if they will remain the same roster, are on the right way to another championship

However, the offeeason is on the way and every team does the best to sign new players in order to touch the taste of victory. Stay tunned for the next updates and news about the Estonian basketball Championship.