Triobet BBL Weekly Review: Volume 6

With the season in full swing, it was yet another eventful week in the league, marked with Vytautas blowing out Liepaja/Triobet in the biggest duel of the season so far and Port of Parnu finally getting their first win. Let’s take a look at the greatest performances of the week in the fifth volume of the Triobet BBL Weekly Review!


LAST TEAM STANDING. Although it is too early to predict what the final standings are going to look at the end of the regular season, but it is safe to say that Vytautas find themselves in an exceptional position at the moment. The Lithuanians became the last unbeaten team in Triobet BBL after destroying Liepaja/Triobet at home in Prienai. In an unexpectedly one-sided game, Vytautas scored an 89-60 win against the Latvians, who also came in with a clean record, but were handed the first loss in emphatic fashion.

WINNING. After claiming October MVP honors a month ago, Andrew Warren delivered big time for Port of Parnu once again. A stroke of brilliance by the American, who drained a game-winning three-pointer in the dying seconds of the game, allowed the Estonian squad to finally open their victory count this season. Now, only TTU are yet to get the its first win.

BACK ON TRACK. Having dropped two games in a row, Barsy got back to winning ways on Thursday as they clipped Jurmala/Fenikss 72-66. Having fallen short by two points against Jekabpils a few days ago, succeeding to end the draught will be a good sign for Oleg Kiselev’s side, who find themselves with a 3-4 record in Group B.

INTERVIEW. In his interview with, the league’s October MVP Andrew Warren spoke about his life in Estonia, the rough start of the season, getting the first win and continuing to improve. Read the full interview here.

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK. There was no match for TLU Kalev’s guard Johhny Berhanemeskel this week, as the American collected 24 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the field to go along with four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block for a total ranking of 29, as the Estonian side registered an 87-72 victory against Barons/LDz.