2011–12 KML season

The Korvpalli Meistriliiga 2011-2012 (KML) was the eighty-eighth season of top-tier basketball in Estonia. The season began in October 2011 and ended on 17 May 2012. The defending champion BC Kalev/Cramo won its 5th league title.[3]

KML season 2011-12
LeagueG4S Korvpalli Meistriliiga
SportBasketball
DurationOctober 4, 2011 – May 26, 2012
Total attendance1,394 (playoffs average)
TV partner(s)ETV2
Regular season
Top seedUniversity of Tartu
Season MVPKaspars Cipruss (BC Rakvere Tarvas)[1]
Top scorerReinis Strupovics (Valga/CKE Inkasso) 20.92[2]
Finals championsBC Kalev/Cramo
  Runners-upUniversity of Tartu
Finals MVPTanel Sokk (BC Kalev/Cramo)
KML seasons

Team informationEdit

Stadia and locationsEdit

KML season 2011–12 – Club Locations
Team Home city Stadium Capacity
BC Kalev/Cramo Tallinn Saku Suurhall
Kalev Sports Hall
7,200
1,000
BC Rakvere Tarvas Rakvere Rakvere Sports Hall 2,422
KK Pärnu Pärnu Pärnu Sports Hall 2,000
Piimameister Otto/Rapla Rapla Sadolin Sports Hall 1,000
BC Tallinna Kalev Tallinn Kalev Sports Hall 1,000
TTÜ KK Tallinn TTÜ Sports Hall 1,050
University of Tartu Tartu Tartu University Sports Hall 4,000
Valga/CKE Inkasso Valga Valga Sports Hall 1,000

Regular seasonEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Qualification
1 University of Tartu 28 25 3 2447 2008 +439 Qualified for the semifinals
2 BC Kalev/Cramo 28 23 5 2220 1685 +535
3 BC Rakvere Tarvas 28 19 9 2324 2028 +296 Qualified for the quarterfinals
4 Piimameister Otto/Rapla 28 14 14 2114 2120 -6
5 TTÜ KK 28 12 16 2136 2223 –87
6 BC Tallinna Kalev 28 12 16 2050 2219 –169
7 KK Pärnu 28 4 24 2002 2542 –540
8 Valga/CKE Inkasso 28 3 25 1870 2338 –468 Relegation play-offs

Play-offsEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 University of Tartu 3
4 PMO/Rapla 3 4 PMO/Rapla 0
5 TTÜ KK 1 1 University of Tartu 0
2 BC Kalev/Cramo 4
2 BC Kalev/Cramo 3
3 BC Rakvere Tarvas 3 3 BC Rakvere Tarvas 0
6 BC Tallinna Kalev 0 Third place
3 BC Rakvere Tarvas 2
4 PMO/Rapla 0

Play-off gamesEdit

Quarter-finals[4]

April 6
19:00
Tarvas 94–76 Kalev
Scoring by quarter: 22–25, 25–15, 21–11, 26–25
Pts: Sirsniņš, Cipruss 20
Rebs: Cipruss 14
Asts: Sirsniņš 9
Pts: Kurg, Raley-Ross 17
Rebs: Fedorchuk 9
Asts: three players 2
Rakvere Sports Hall, Rakvere
Attendance: 1,231
Referees: A. Halliko, R. Peerandi, R. Rannamets
April 8
17:00
Rapla 92–65 TTÜ
Scoring by quarter: 25-20, 27–16, 23–19, 17–10
Pts: Laane 24
Rebs: Kajupank 7
Asts: Laane 8
Pts: Akenpärg 19
Rebs: Kaja 7
Asts: Arnold 4
Sadolin Sports Hall, Rapla
Attendance: 911
Referees: T. Suslov, R. Peerandi, I. Kelement
April 9
19:00
Kalev 82–92 Tarvas
Scoring by quarter: 13–29, 23–19, 23–15, 23–29
Pts: Shaw 27
Rebs: Shaw 9
Asts: Kurg 7
Pts: Hallik 18
Rebs: Cipruss 11
Asts: Dorbek 4
Kalev Sports Hall, Tallinn
Attendance: 500
Referees: A. Tobi, O. Jakobson, J. Saluse
April 10
18:30
TTÜ 73–72 Rapla
Scoring by quarter: 26–13, 16–17, 22–18, 9–24
Pts: Makke 21
Rebs: Keedus 11
Asts: Pilk, Arnold 4
Pts: Kaldre 18
Rebs: Pärn 8
Asts: Laane, Soo 4
TTÜ Sports Hall, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,300
Referees: A. Halliko, O. Jakobson, J. Vendel
April 12
19:00
Rapla 69–58 TTÜ
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 13-9, 13-17, 22-12
Pts: Soo 19
Rebs: Laane 11
Asts: Rait-Riivo Laane 7
Pts: Pilk 16
Rebs: Pilk 8
Asts: Pilk, Raudla 2
Sadolin Sports Hall, Rapla
Attendance: 1,012
Referees: A. Tobi, T. Suslov, R. Rannamets
April 13
19:00
Tarvas 89–76 Kalev
Scoring by quarter: 20-22, 25-16, 22-21, 22-17
Pts: Cipruss 23
Rebs: Vahter, Dorbek 8
Asts: Hallik 5
Pts: Raley-Ross 23
Rebs: Raley-Ross 11
Asts: Raley-Ross 6
Rakvere Sports Hall, Rakvere
Attendance: 1,234
Referees: Ta. Suslov, Ti. Suslov, M. Allik
April 14
19:00
TTÜ 62–68 Rapla
Scoring by quarter: 18-14, 13-23, 15-8, 16-23
Pts: Makke 16
Rebs: Keedus, Puidet 9
Asts: Pilk 6
Pts: Laane 15
Rebs: Pärn 7
Asts: Laane, Soo 2
TTÜ Sports Hall, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: T. Suslov, A. Halliko, J. Saluse

Semi-finals[5]

April 20
20:00
UT 108–70 Rapla
Scoring by quarter: 30-7, 22-19, 27-26, 29-18
Pts: Kurbas 24
Rebs: Saage 9
Asts: Sokk 8
Pts: Soo 22
Rebs: Pärn 5
Asts: Laane 5
Tartu University Sports Hall, Tartu
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: T. Suslov, R. Peerandi, R. Rannamets
April 23
20:00
Kalev/Cramo 92–84 Tarvas
Scoring by quarter: 25-18, 18-15, 17-30, 32-21
Pts: Šķēle 19
Rebs: Fall, Dorbek 6
Asts: Sokk 10
Pts: Sirsniņš 26
Rebs: Cipruss 10
Asts: Sirsniņš 5
Kalev Sports Hall, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,100
Referees: A. Halliko, A. Tobi, J. Saluse
April 25
20:00
Rapla 72–81 UT
Scoring by quarter: 20-23, 20-20, 16-14, 16-24
Pts: Pärn 19
Rebs: Pärn 10
Asts: Laane 4
Pts: Sokk 26
Rebs: Allingu 9
Asts: Sokk 4
Sadolin Sports Hall, Rapla
Attendance: 1,121
Referees: A. Halliko, A. Tobi, O. Jakobson
April 27
20:00
Tarvas 65–66 Kalev/Cramo
Scoring by quarter: 7-10, 16-11, 23-19, 19-26
Pts: Sirsniņš 17
Rebs: Cipruss 14
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Sokk 18
Rebs: Ulyanko 9
Asts: Tanel Sokk 3
Rakvere Sports Hall, Rakvere
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: M. Uuehendrik, T. Suslov, O. Jakobson
April 29
16:00
UT 95–56 Rapla
Scoring by quarter: 27-13, 20-12, 23-20, 25-11
Pts: Kurbas 17
Rebs: Allingu, Raadik 8
Asts: Sokk, Kriisa 6
Pts: Kaldre 12
Rebs: Nurger 5
Asts: Laane 3
Tartu University Sports Hall, Tartu
Attendance: 600
Referees: M. Uuehendrik, T. Suslov, I. Kelement
May 1
20:00
Kalev/Cramo 91–69 Tarvas
Scoring by quarter: 22-26, 16-10, 22-19, 31-14
Pts: Ulyanko 20
Rebs: Fall 10
Asts: four players 4
Pts: Cipruss 16
Rebs: Umbraško 8
Asts: Sirsniņš 6
Kalev Sports Hall, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: T. Suslov, R. Peerandi, R. Rannamets

3rd place play-off[6]

May 5
17:00
Rapla 66–105 Tarvas
Scoring by quarter: 16-26, 19-23, 19-26, 12-30
Pts: Pärn 16
Rebs: Pärn 6
Asts: Jurtom 4
Pts: Cipruss 27
Rebs: Umbraško 12
Asts: Sirsniņš 5
Sadolin Sports Hall, Rapla
Attendance: 882
Referees: A. Tobi, T. Suslov, J. Saluse
May 7
19:00
Tarvas 69–58 Rapla
Scoring by quarter: 17-14, 13-16, 21-14, 18-14
Pts: Umbraško 22
Rebs: Umbraško, Hallik 10
Asts: Dorbek 6
Pts: Kajupank 15
Rebs: Ringmets 15
Asts: Laane 5
Rakvere Sports Hall, Rakvere
Attendance: 800
Referees: A. Halliko, T. Suslov, O. Jakobson

Finals

May 10
20:00
UT 63–75 Kalev/Cramo
Scoring by quarter: 20-23, 15-16, 18-19, 10-17
Pts: S. Sokk 12
Rebs: Amis 7
Asts: Kriisa 4
Pts: T. Sokk, Arbet 13
Rebs: Fall 11
Asts: T. Sokk 4
Tartu University Sports Hall, Tartu
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: T. Suslov, A. Tobi, M. Uuehendrik
May 12
16:00
UT 66–84 Kalev/Cramo
Scoring by quarter: 21-26, 16-14, 13-24, 16-20
Pts: Allingu 17
Rebs: Allingu 7
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Ulyanko 19
Rebs: Ulyanko 9
Asts: three players 3
Tartu University Sports Hall, Tartu
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: A. Halliko, T. Suslov, O. Jakobson
May 15
20:00
Kalev/Cramo 87–76 (OT) UT
Scoring by quarter: 11-20, 22-16, 22-11, 15-23Overtime: 17-6
Pts: Šķēle 17
Rebs: Fall 16
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Allingu 16
Rebs: Allingu 9
Asts: S. Sokk 5
Saku Suurhall, Tallinn
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: A. Tobi, T. Suslov, R. Peerandi
May 17
20:00
Kalev/Cramo 72–65 UT
Scoring by quarter: 21-16, 9-15, 20-14, 22-20
Pts: Fall 18
Rebs: Fall 19
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Amis 19
Rebs: S. Sokk, Allingu 5
Asts: S. Sokk 6
Saku Suurhall, Tallinn
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: A. Halliko, M. Uuehendrik, R. Rannamets


Korvpalli Meistriliiga 2012 Champions

BC Kalev/Cramo
5th title

Stats LeadersEdit