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Friday Quickies: Estonian Champion Edition

Isaiah Briscoe wins a championship in Estonia and more.

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Isaiah Briscoe has won a championship.

The former Kentucky Wildcat is now playing ball overseas in Estonia for BC Kalev/Cramo. This is the team’s 10th Estonian Championship. Briscoe posted a photo of the celebration on his Instagram.

thank you @kalevcramo its been real!!!!!!!!

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Briscoe scored 20 points, and was apparently(?) the leading scorer for the game.

The link above goes to a game recap. Google Translate puts it in English, and, well, this is the final sentence of the recap.


Estonian basketball seems really cool.

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