2005–06 KML season

The 2005–06 SEB Korvpalli Meistriliiga was the 15th season of the Estonian basketball league and the second under the title sponsorship of SEB. Including the competition's previous incarnations, this was the 81st season of the Estonian men's basketball league.

SEB Korvpalli Meistriliiga1
Season2005–06
Teams7
Dates5 October 2005 – 30 May 2006
Final positions
Top seedKalev/Cramo
ChampionsKalev/Cramo
2nd title
Runners-upTÜ/Rock
Third placeDalkia/Nybit
Fourth placePirita BM
Awards
MVPEstonia Tanel Tein
Finals MVPUnited States James Williams
Best Young PlayerEstonia Sten Sokk
Coach of the YearEstonia Aivar Kuusmaa
Statistical leaders
Points United States J. S. Nash 15.37
Rebounds Lithuania Saulius Dumbliauskas 9.00
Assists Estonia Tanel Sokk 3.96
1 Sponsored league name, referring to SEB.

The season started on 5 October 2005 and concluded on 30 May 2006 with Kalev/Cramo defeating TÜ/Rock 4 games to 3 in the 2006 KML Finals to win their 2nd Estonian League title.[1]

Regular seasonEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W L Pts PCT Qualification
1 Kalev/Cramo 24 21 3 45 .875 Qualification to Playoffs
2 TÜ/Rock 24 18 6 42 .750
3 Dalkia/Nybit 24 16 8 40 .667
4 Pirita BM 24 16 8 40 .667
5 Rakvere 24 9 15 33 .375
6 Rapla 24 4 20 28 .167
7 Noortekoondis/Audentes 24 0 24 24 .000

PlayoffsEdit

BracketEdit

  Quarter-finals     Semi-finals     Finals
                           
      1 Kalev/Cramo 3  
  4 Pirita BM 2     4 Pirita BM 0    
  5 Rakvere 0         1 Kalev/Cramo 4
      2 TÜ/Rock 3
      2 TÜ/Rock 3    
  3 Dalkia/Nybit 2     3 Dalkia/Nybit 2   Third place
  6 Rapla 0   3 Dalkia/Nybit 2
  4 Pirita BM 0

AwardsEdit

MVPEdit

Finals MVPEdit

Best Young PlayerEdit

Coach of the YearEdit

All-KML teamEdit

Pos Player Team
PG   Tanel Sokk Dalkia/Nybit
SG   Tanel Tein TÜ/Rock
SF   Gregor Arbet Dalkia/Nybit
PF   Rait Keerles Kalev/Cramo
C   Vallo Allingu TÜ/Rock

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "81. EESTI MEESTE MEISTRIVÕISTLUSED" (in Estonian). Spordiinfo.ee.
  2. ^ a b c "Selgusid korvpallihooaja 2005/06 parimad" (in Estonian). Delfi.

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