The Women's Baltic Basketball League saw nine games taking place last week. Women BBL action tipped off in Kaunas, where Aistes Kaunas (13-7) could not defend their home fortress against league-leading Kibirkstis Vilnius (18-2). The team from the Lithuanian capital got the cruising 86-67 (29-20, 18-23, 24-9, 15-15) win on the road.
Last week there was plenty of action in the Women's Baltic Basketball League as ten games took place. Last week's action tipped off in Vilnius, where Kibirkstis Vilnius (15-2) 100-58 (29-14, 32-14, 23-12, 16-18) comfortably beat BJBS Riga (2-16).
Another week of the Women's Baltic Basketball League went by with four games taking place. An overtime thriller between league leaders and stellar Petronyte's performance The opening game of the week took place on Wednesday in Klaipeda, where LCC Klaipeda (8-9) hosted Siauliai-Vilmers (6-11) and won the game 73-56 (22-13, 24-11, 11-10, 16-22).
One game took place in the last week of the Women's Baltic Basketball League. It was a battle between standings neighbors, BJBS Riga (2-12) and Daugavpils University (1-14). The team from the Latvian capital overcame their opponents, 82-71 (25-26, 17-16, 23-11, 17-18). BJBS broke the game to their side in the third quarter, winning a tally by 12 points. The other three periods went neck-on-neck.
One more week of the Women's Baltic Basketball League has passed with 5 matches on our radar during the last week. With a record of 7 wins and 5 losses, Liepaja/LSSS matched up against two neighbors in the standings this week. First, the Latvian girls welcomed TTT Riga, who previously held a record of 6-and-6.
Four teams from Lithuania battled against each other to start the year 2023 in the Women's Baltic Basketball League. In the first Sunday's match, Aistes Kaunas (9-4) welcomed Siauliai-Vilmers (4-9). Even though the hosts got off to a better start (13:7), the guests finished the quarter better and held a slim 2-point lead (22:20) after the first 10 minutes.