BC Prienai

BC Prienai (Lithuanian: Krepšinio klubas Prienai), also known by the sponsor name CBet Prienai,[1] is a professional basketball club based in Prienai, Lithuania. They play domestically in Lithuanian Basketball League every year. During the 2008–09 season, then called Rūdupis they became the champion of the NKL and won the challenge match for a slot in the LKL. In their debut LKL season Rūdupis took seventh place, while next two seasons brought BC Prienai two bronze LKL medals. BC Prienai played in EuroCup 2011–12 with moderate success; the team won 3 games out of 6, but nonetheless failed to qualify for the next stage. More recently, the team has become a strong competitor in domestic tournaments, more than once upsetting teams such as Žalgiris Kaunas and Lietuvos rytas Vilnius. In December 2017, in a highly publicized move, Vytautas signed American basketball players and brothers LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball.

BC CBet logo
LeaguesLithuanian Basketball League
Founded1994; 27 years ago (1994)
HistoryPrienų Bankas
(1999–2007, 2012–2013, 2014–2015)
ArenaPrienai Arena
LocationPrienai, Lithuania
Team colorsBlue, cyan, white
PresidentVidmantas Žiemelis
Head coachMantas Šernius
Championships1 Baltic League
1 NKL champions
2 LKF Cups


1994–2010: Early yearsEdit

The club was founded in 1994 as KK Prienų Taupomasis Bankas playing in the LKAL and were one of the top teams. They joined the NKL ever since its foundation in 2005. During this time period in the NKL, the team would change names as it seemed every season, Prienai had their ups and downs, such as going from third seed in their group to not making the playoffs next season, but the major victories were yet to come.

During 2008–09 season, then called Rūdupis, the club, for the first time in the club history, became NKL champions downing Meresta Pakruojis in Game 7 of the finals.[2] Because of that, BC Rūdupis got their slot in the Lithuanian Basketball League.

The 2009–10 season was Rūdupis' debut in the LKL. The club took seventh place that season as they lost first round of LKL playoffs to Lithuanian powerhouse Žalgiris Kaunas.

2010–2014: Turning headsEdit

During the 2010–11 season, BC Rūdupis won the LKF Cup Bronze medals[3] and was only one step away from gold or silver medals as they lost a thriller against the legendary Žalgiris Kaunas 73–75,[4] but the surprises from BC Rūdupis in the 2010–11 season were not finished yet, as BC Rūdupis defeated Lithuanian Basketball League champions Lietuvos rytas Vilnius with result 96–82, during a LKL match at their home arena on 29 March 2011.[5] On 15 April 2011, BC Rūdupis signed a contract with Rolandas Alijevas until the end of the season.[6] In the LKL semi finals Rūdupis was not able to eliminate Lithuanian basketball powerhouse Lietuvos rytas Vilnius as they lost both matches (first match: 75–88,[7] second match: 69–96[8]). Rūdupis then played against Juventus in the LKL Bronze final, they won the first game at Prienai with a result of 79–65,[9] then won the second game, this time on the road in Utena with a result 98–73.[10] The third game took place in Prienai where Rūdupis won a thriller 84–83,[11] thus winning the series 3–0 and becoming Lithuanian Basketball League bronze medalists for the first time in the club's history.

Mindaugas Lukauskis, leader of TonyBet Prienai for the 2013–14 season

In 2011–12 season, the team played in the EuroCup competition, finishing 3rd in the group, though failing to qualify to the playoffs. They repeated as bronze medal winners, this time defeating Šiauliai 3–1.

The 2012–13 season was moderately successful for BC Prienai. The team played in the EuroCup, but again did not move past the group stage. The team also reached the BBL finals, and won the LKF Cup against Pieno žvaigždės Pasvalys. Despite home court advantage, Prienai lost to Neptūnas Klaipėda in the bronze medal series.

In the 2013–14 season, Lithuanian businessman Antanas Guoga sponsored the newly renamed BC TonyBet, the team once again won the LKF Cup when they pulled off a double upset, defeating Lietuvos rytas Vilnius in the finals after upsetting Žalgiris Kaunas in the semifinal. Prienai finished second in the LKL regular season, which even included a blowout win against Žalgiris Kaunas 101–83 at home. BC TonyBet made it to the semifinals for the fourth consecutive year, this time with a chance to qualify to the LKL finals for the first time ever, but lost the series 0–2 to Neptūnas Klaipėda. In the bronze medal series, the team lost to Lietuvos rytas. Apart from the disappointing finish, it was one of the most successful seasons in club history.

2014–present: Setbacks & a new directionEdit

The 2014–15 season was more of a write-off, as it started a rebuilding phase for the team. The team, having lost their main sponsor, longtime coach and much of the previous season's roster, played poorly. The team barely avoided relegation in the LKL, with a 23-game losing streak plummeting the team to the bottom of the standings. The team played better in the BBL, reaching the playoffs. Because of poor play, the team failed to qualify for the LKF Cup, losing it to Žalgiris Kaunas after their successful previous two seasons.

Vytautas Šulskis joined Vytautas Prienai-Birštonas in 2015.

In the 2015 off-season, BC Prienai announced a sponsorship deal with Birštonas mineral water company, will be changing their name to BC Birštono Vytautas for sponsorship reasons. Having proper sponsorship, the club hopes to return to their competitive ways in the upcoming season. It was later corrected that the name will be BC Vytautas and that the club is going to be shared with the neighboring city of Birštonas, which hopefully would also expand the fanbase. Furthermore, on 29 July 2015, the club was invited to join the 2015–16 FIBA Europe Cup tournament, which is the alternative version of the 2nd tier European tournament EuroCup, organized by FIBA.[12] Although, just before the drawing ceremony, it was announced that 56 teams will participate instead of 64 and Vytautas is not one of these 56.[13] In this off-season BC Vytautas brought back former players Povilas Butkevičius, Vaidas Čepukaitis and Laimonas Kisielius, also resigning Prienai natives Domantas Šeškus, Paulius Ivanauskas and bringing in major reinforcement with Šarūnas Vasiliauskas, Vilmantas Dilys, Vytautas Šulskis, Gytis Sirutavičius. On 16 September 2015, Prienai announced their new logo and color change to blue and white as part of the sponsorship deal, though blue has been a traditional sports team color in the Prienai–Birštonas area.

On 30 December 2015, Prienai native Edvinas Šeškus was cleared to play for Vytautas, joining his father the head coach and his older brother Domantas. Because of injuries ruining the rotation, on 26 February 2016, Vytautas signed Tauras Jogėla. In the BBL playoffs, they lost to Nevėžis Kėdainiai in an upset. Vytautas finished the LKL regular season with a 19–17 record, but lost 2–3 in the quarterfinals to Juventus Utena.

Before the 2016–17 season, the team signed longtime Lithuanian national team player Tomas Delininkaitis. In addition to the LKL, the team also played in the FIBA Europe Cup. They easily finished 1st in the regular season group, defeating Mureș and TLÜ/Kalev Tallinn. In the second round, the team finished second, losing only to Telekom Baskets Bonn. The loss at home, however, cost the team a place in the playoffs. BC Vytautas then entered the BBL playoffs, as one of the potential favorites to win. They easily defeated Pärnu in the first round, before defeating Latvian champions Valmiera in the quarterfinals and Estonian champions Kalev/Cramo Tallinn in the semifinals. In the finals, Vytautas faced LKL rival Pieno žvaigždės Pasvalys. After losing the first game at home 85–88, they won the away game 89–74, winning the series 174–162 on aggregate, and winning their first BBL championship. Injuries started hurting the team, and in the quarterfinals Vytautas lost the series 0–3 to Lietkabelis Panevėžys.

The Ball brothers (2018)Edit

Vytautas started the 2017–18 season poorly by failing to qualify for the 2017–18 Basketball Champions League season.[14] The team was also performing poorly in the national competition by achieving only 4 victories out of 13 games in the 2017–18 LKL season. Consequently, the interest of fans to the team was rapidly decreasing every day.[15] However, on 11 December 2017, with the help of 21 year old Communications Manager Erikas Kirvelaitis, the team signed LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, the younger brothers of Los Angeles Lakers player Lonzo Ball, both of whom reportedly agreed to join the team in the beginning of January 2018.[16] Team managers described it as instant success.[17]

The signings of LaMelo (left) and LiAngelo Ball (right), who played together at Chino Hills High School, brought international attention to the team.

In early January 2018, Vytautas pulled out of the Baltic Basketball League season, instead hosting the newly formed Big Baller Brand Challenge Games to give the Ball brothers more playing time against weaker teams, most of which played in lower leagues.[18] On 23 January 2018, the team announced that the Big Baller Brand was an official sponsor until the end of the season.[19] The news would be announced with the company helping pay off the team's debts they accrued previously, which amounted to 100,000 Euros.[20] On the same day, the team temporarily appointed LaVar Ball, owner of the brand and the famous father of the Ball brothers, as assistant coach for a match-up with Dzūkija Alytus in the Big Baller Brand Challenge Games.[21] On January 28, for the team's concluding exhibition game against Jonava, Ball was named head coach.[22] Vytautas won all five games. By the end of February, Vytautas announced that it would play in another exhibition event sponsored by Ball's company, known the Big Baller Brand International Tournament, a round-robin competition featuring three European teams outside of Lithuania.[23] In those games, LaVar Ball would be the team's head coach there instead. This time, Vytautas lost all three games. Vytautas would also play exhibition games against the youth squad for the Chinese Guangdong Southern Tigers in Lithuania and the British London Lions in England on March 27 and April 2 respectively.[24][25] Vytautas won both games, defeating the Tigers 157–113 with LiAngelo scoring 72 points, and defeated the Lions 127–110, with the Ball brothers scoring a combined 83 points. After some drastic changes made, mainly with LaMelo being sidelined near the end of the regular season and leader Tomas Dimša leaving the team, Vytautas would go on a three-game winning streak, thus helping them hopefully avoid relegation this season. However, after a 25 April loss to Šiauliai where neither of the Ball brothers played that day, their father LaVar announced that he would pull the two players from the team on 29 April and have them return to the United States, with the plan on helping LiAngelo try and acquire a spot in the 2018 NBA draft. Before leaving, LaVar praised the fans and the team, but criticized coach Šeškus.

A 66–77 loss to Neptūnas Klaipėda at home ended almost all hope of reaching the ninth place and avoiding potential relegation, and a 73–79 loss to rival Pieno žvaigždės Pasvalys meant that Vytautas would finish in the last place. Before the last game of the season the team released Kervin Bristol, Rashaun Broadus and one of the team's leaders Denys Lukashov. In the last game of the season, Vytautas suffered one of the most embarrassing losses in club history, to the reigning champions Žalgiris Kaunas, losing the game in Kaunas 52–109. On 13 June, the LKL announced that Vytautas would most likely not play in the league in the 2018–19 season due to relegation. However, on 17 July, the league announced that Vytautas would participate in the new season after Vytis Šakiai from the NKL did not meet the promotional requirements.[26] A press statement from the team in August 2018 revealed that during their time with the club, the Ball family "started destroying the club" through means like not paying the prize money for the Big Baller Brand's tournament winners, withdrawing financial support, and taking back shooting machines that were presented to the team as gifts.[27] However, despite no longer having Vytautas as a sponsor for the team, they look to survive by finding players with great discipline and personalities and giving priority to those professionals.

SkyCop (2018–2019)Edit

In August, the team changed their name to BC SkyCop after their new sponsor, flight compensation group SkyCop.[28] No player remained from the previous season, with coach Šeškus building a new team for the upcoming season. The team signed away three of BC Lietkabelis players, the Lavrinovič twins, former members of the Lithuanian national basketball team and leaders of Lietkabelis, and Gintaras Leonavičius. Former member of SkyCop, longtime BC Rytas player Mindaugas Lukauskis signed in August, and signed solid power forward, Mike Bruesewitz, the leader of Latvian champions BK Ventspils. The team also signed small forward Austin Arians and Maverick Morgan, who had solid seasons in Ukraine and Poland. Davis Lejasmeiers and the returning Ovidijus Varanauskas were signed at the point guard position. The team also brought back Arnas Labuckas. Just before the season started, SkyCop signed former longtime BC Rytas player and 2-time Euroleague champion Martynas Gecevičius to a contract. In the first game of the season in the LKL, SkyCop faced BC Lietkabelis, one of the top teams, and won in dominating fashion 93–78. However, by the end of November, the team struggled in the LKL with a 4-8 record, and fighting for a place in the playoffs, leading to Arians, Morgan, Lejasmiers and Tyrone Nash being released from the team. While the additions of the returning Žygimantas Janavičius and newcomer Anthony Lee Jr. helped the team, more departures followed - team leader Bruesewitz left the team in January, followed by Varanauskas. By the middle of January, SkyCop was tied for 6th place in the LKL standings, with a 7-11 record. Former BC Nevėžis leader Malcolm Grant was signed at the end of January, while Lee Jr. was released during February. SkyCop rebounded around April, scoring wins and securing a place in the playoffs, and on April 30, SkyCop scored their biggest win by defeating BC Žalgiris 81:76 at home. SkyCop finished the regular season with a 13-23 record, but in 7th place. SkyCop faced Neptūnas - after getting blown away 78:102 in the first game, SkyCop rebounded with a surprising 94:85 win at home. In the decisive match, SkyCop fought hard, before falling 71:77 in Klaipėda, losing the series 1:2 and ending the season.

In the new format of the King Mindaugas Cup, SkyCop faced in the first round NKL team BC Vytis – the team that was supposed to take their place in the LKL. SkyCop eliminated Vytis on aggregate, 169:133, with two straight wins (78:54 away and 91:79 at home). In the second round, SkyCop faced BC Dzūkija – losing the first game at home, 83:84, SkyCop was down for much of the first half in the return game in Alytus – before a very strong second half led to a 79:68 win and a win on aggregate, 162:152. In the quarterfinals, now joined by Janavičius, SkyCop faced one of the heavy favorites, BC Neptūnas. SkyCop scored a tie 85:85 in the first game at home, and led for most of the returning game in Klaipėda, before a solid fourth quarter by Neptūnas led to an 89:80 victory, eliminating SkyCop by aggregate, 174:165.

CBet (2019–present)Edit

After losing to BC Neptūnas in May, coach Šeškus announced that he would not return as coach for the 2019-2020 season. Only Mindaugas Lukauskis, Ernestas Mankauskas and assistant coach Marius Leonavičius remained on the team from the previous season. Mantas Šernius was named the new head coach of the team. Arnas Velička was loaned by BC Žalgiris to get more playing time. Former players Gediminas Maceina, Vaidas Čepukaitis and Regimantas Miniotas returned to the team. CBet also signed Martynas Varnas, Lukas Uleckas and Karolis Guščikas. Skylar Spencer and Devon van Oostrum were briefly signed, and Tom Digbeu was also loaned by Žalgiris, but both left, with Digbeu not playing a single game for CBet. Kerr Kriisa was also briefly loaned by Žalgiris. CBet played in the King Mindaugas Cup, eliminating National Basketball League side BC Šilutė, but were eliminated by BC Šiauliai in the second round. For much of the season, the young CBet was successfully fighting for the 5-6th places in the LKL. In December, CBet signed Donatas Sabeckis and were loaned Laurynas Birutis by Žalgiris, a former duo who had much success in BC Šiauliai and briefly played together in Žalgiris. Birutis won the MVP in the LKL in the month of February, and also earned an invite for the Lithuanian national basketball team. After the season was ended early due to the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent pandemic, CBet finished the LKL season in 6th place - improvement over the previous season.


Current rosterEdit

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Prienai roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age
F/C 6   Treadwell, Demetrius 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) 107 kg (236 lb) 29 – (1991-11-10)10 November 1991
G/F 7   Jarumbauskas, Simas 1.97 m (6 ft 6 in) 91 kg (201 lb) 20 – (2000-07-01)1 July 2000
PG 10   Domarkas, Dominykas 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 88 kg (194 lb) 28 – (1992-04-24)24 April 1992
C 11   Dimša, Egidijus 2.05 m (6 ft 9 in) 100 kg (220 lb) 35 – (1985-04-01)1 April 1985
G 12   Žemaitis, Elvinas 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 70 kg (154 lb) 19 – (2001-07-23)23 July 2001
PF 13   Jogminas, Justas 1.97 m (6 ft 6 in) 99 kg (218 lb) 23 – (1997-10-24)24 October 1997
SF 14   Digbeu, Tom 1.99 m (6 ft 6 in) 80 kg (176 lb) 19 – (2001-09-24)24 September 2001
SG 18   Mankauskas, Ernestas 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 77 kg (170 lb) 21 – (2000-01-03)3 January 2000
PG 20   Lecomte, Manu 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 77 kg (170 lb) 25 – (1995-08-16)16 August 1995
SF 29   Sušinskas, Mindaugas 2.04 m (6 ft 8 in) 92 kg (203 lb) 26 – (1995-02-22)22 February 1995
C 31   Gadiliauskas, Rokas 2.11 m (6 ft 11 in) 106 kg (234 lb) 22 – (1998-07-13)13 July 1998
PF 37   Tubutis, Einaras 2.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 83 kg (183 lb) 22 – (1998-11-04)4 November 1998
SG 43   Sargiūnas, Ignas 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 86 kg (190 lb) 21 – (1999-09-11)11 September 1999
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
  •   Marius Leonavičius
  •   Dainius Šalenga
  •   Lukas Dzimidas

  • (C) Team captain
  •   Injured

Updated: March 4, 2021

Depth chartEdit

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2
C Egidijus Dimša Demetrius Treadwell Rokas Gadiliauskas
PF Einaras Tubutis Justinas Jogminas
SF Mindaugas Sušinskas Simas Jarumbauskas
SG Dominykas Domarkas Tom Digbeu Elvinas Žemaitis
PG Emmanuel Lecomte Ignas Sargiūnas Ernestas Mankauskas

Squad changes for/during the 2020-21 seasonEdit


No. Pos. Nat. Name Moving from
10 PG   Dominykas Domarkas Pieno žvaigždės  
1 PG   Marquis Wright Denain Voltaire  
7 SF   Simas Jarumbauskas BC Perlas  
29 F   Mindaugas Sušinskas BC Dzūkija  
13 PF   Justinas Jogminas BC Sūduva  
37 PF   Einaras Tubutis BC Perlas  
4 C   Khadim Sow CB Estudiantes  
11 C   Egidijus Dimša BC Dzūkija  
31 C   Rokas Gadiliauskas Limburg United  
9 PF   Gilvydas Biruta Heroes Den Bosch  
6 F/C   Demetrius Treadwell Free agent  
43 G   Ignas Sargiūnas Colorado State Rams  
20 PG   Manu Lecomte Élan Béarnais  


No. Pos. Nat. Name Moving to
4 G   Lukas Uleckas BC Rytas  
10 PF   Karolis Guščikas BC Pieno Žvaigždės  
1 PG   Arnas Velička Champagne Châlons-Reims  
3 G/F   Martynas Varnas BC Šiauliai  
11 C   Laurynas Birutis Monbus Obradoiro  
14 PF/C   Vaidas Čepukaitis BC Nevėžis  
9 PG   Donatas Sabeckis Lions de Genève  
5 PG   Gediminas Maceina CBet-KKSC Prienai  
8 G/F   Mindaugas Lukauskis BC Šiauliai  
22 PF   Regimantas Miniotas Bilbao Basket  
4 C   Khadim Sow CB Tizona  
9 PF   Gilvydas Biruta  
1 PG   Marquis Wright U-BT Cluj-Napoca  

Team staffEdit

General Manager - Adomas Kubilius

Team and Communications Manager - Erikas Kirvelaitis [1]

Marketing Manager - Žygimantas Vingelis [2]



Season Tier League Pos. Baltic League LKF Cup European competitions
2002–03 2 LKAL 3rd
2003–04 2 LKAL 6th
2004–05 2 LKAL 12th
2005–06 2 NKL 4th
2006–07 2 NKL 7th
2007–08 2 NKL 9th
2008–09 2 NKL 1st
2009–10 1 LKL 7th Challenge Cup 2nd Second round
2010–11 1 LKL 3rd Elite Division 6th Third place
2011–12 1 LKL 3rd Elite Division 8th Fourth place 2 Eurocup RS 3–3
2012–13 1 LKL 4th Elite Division 2nd Champion 2 Eurocup RS 2–4
2013–14 1 LKL 4th Elite Division 2nd Champion
2014–15 1 LKL 9th Round of 16
2015–16 1 LKL 5th Round of 16 Fourth place
2016–17 1 LKL 6th Champion Fourth place 4 FIBA Europe Cup R2 7–3
2017–18 1 LKL 10th[a] Withdrew 3 Champions League QR1 1–1
2018–19 1 LKL 7th Quarterfinalist
2019–20 1 LKL 6th Round of 16
2020–21 1 LKL Quarterfinalist
  1. ^ Relegated, but remained in the league as Vytis did not meet the requirements for a licence in the league.
Detailed information of former rosters and results.[29][30][31][32]

Notable playersEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.


To appear in this section a player must have either:

  • Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
  • Played at least one official international match for their national team at any time.
  • Played at least one official NBA match at any time.

Head coachesEdit


The club is very closely related with the Royal Spa Residence in Birštonas. All of the team members are living there and the season closing events are also taking place there.[33][34][35] In January 2018, weeks after Vytautas signed American brothers LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball, their father's sports apparel company Big Baller Brand was named an official team sponsor.[19] The brand was also the sponsor of two exhibition competitions Vytautas took part in early 2018: the Big Baller Brand Challenge Games in January and the Big Baller Brand International Tournament in February.[18][23]


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