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Bad luck struck for Lokomotiv despite the victory that keeps them in the second position of the VTB League standings, as Alan Williams left the court in pain with a left knee injury.
Zenit Saint-Petersburg packing a 6-0 record tops the standings ahead of Loko sitting at 6-2.
UNICS Kazan – Khimki Moscow 83-76
UNICS bounced back from a two-game losing streak to improve to a 3-2 record. Isaiah Canaan paced the winners with 21 points, while he scored 3 straight from the three-point line at the beginning of the game. Jamar Smith exited the game with 20 points for the hosts, while John Brown tapped 14 points and 8 boards.
Alexey Shved paced Khimki with 16 points and 11 assists, Jordan Mickey added 15 points and 6 boards, Greg Monroe had 15 points, as Errick McCollum and Jonas Jerebko posted 10 points each.
Enisey – Lokomotiv Kuban 79-106
Lokomotiv won the battle against Enisey but lost Alan Williams who left the court with six minutes left to play in pain. The big man suffered a left knee injury and left the court hobbling after posting a game-high performance with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Further medical evaluation will determine the extend of his injury.
Jordan Crawford added 22 points and 7 assists for the winning team, while Will Cumming also had 22 points.
Enisey’s Dustin Hogue and Leyton Hammonds posted 15 points apiece.
Parma Perm – CSKA Moscow 61-95
Mike James went for 16 points and Will Clyburn finished with 12 in the landslide victory. For the hosts, Adas Juskevicius stood out with 16 points.