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Schedule update for January and February 2023 UPD1

Updated: Dec 26, 2022


Photo: Aija Valtmane


The remaining three games of the second stage will be played on January 5 and 7 and February 8 at Klaipeda, Rīga and Ostrava.


The third stage will go on as planned – with four games scheduled on January 14-15 at Chomutov and four games on January 21-22 at Rīga.


Three more teams will qualify for the Final Four as the Polonia Warszawa has already secured its ticket.


SCHEDULE (local time only)

Thursday, January 5, Klaipeda

16:00 BC Neptūnas – BC Frankivsk Prykarpattya


Saturday, January 7, Rīga (Depo gym)

14:00 BC Frankivsk Prykarpattya – TTT Rīga

Saturday, January 14, Chomutov

15:30 SKK Polonia Warszawa – BC Frankivsk Prykarpattya

18:00 Levharti Chomutov – Šiauliai


Sunday, January 15, Chomutov

10:30 Šiauliai – SKK Polonia Warszawa

13:00 BC Frankivsk Prykarpattya – Levharti Chomutov

Saturday, January 21, Rīga

12:00 RSU – SBŠ Ostrava (Olimpiskais Sporta Centrs)

14:30 BC Neptūnas – TTT Rīga (Daugava Sports Hall)


Sunday, January 22, Rīga

12:00 SBŠ Ostrava – BC Neptūnas (OSC)

14:30 TTT Rīga – RSU (OSC)


Wednesday, February 8, Ostrava (moved from 12.01) UPDATED ON DECEMBER 26

17:30 SBŠ Ostrava - BC Frankivsk Prykarpattya

Standings, as of December 19, 2022

SKK Polonia Warszawa 5-0 (+46) Qualified

Levharti Chomutov 2-3 (+16)

SBŠ Ostrava 2-2 (+3)

TTT Rīga 2-2 (+7)

Šiauliai Vilmers 2-2 (-44)

RSU 1-4 (-29)

Neptūnas Klaipeda 1-2 (+1)

Frankivsk Prykarpattya 1-1 (+0)


Tie-breaker: Ostrava 1-1, +14; TTT Rīga 1-1, +3; Šiauliai Vilmers 1-1, -17.

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