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2015–16 KML season

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Season  2015–16
Runners-up  TÜ/Rock
Fourth place  TLÜ/Kalev
Champions  Kalev/Cramo 8th title
Third place  AVIS Rapla
Teams  9
2015–16 KML season

The 2015–16 Korvpalli Meistriliiga season (also known as the Alexela Korvpalli Meistriliiga for sponsorship reasons) was the 91st season of top-tier basketball in Estonia. TÜ/Rock came into the season as defending champions of the 2014–15 KML season.

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The season began on 7 October 2015 and concluded on 27 May 2016 with Kalev/Cramo defeating TÜ/Rock 4 games to 1 in the 2016 KML Finals to win their 8th Estonian Championship.

Regular season

During the regular season teams will play 4 rounds for 32 games (2 at home and 2 away) with following exceptions:

  • TÜ/Rock will play 1 round at home against teams other than Kalev/Cramo (1 round at home and 2 rounds away in total).
  • Kalev/Cramo will play 2 rounds away against teams other than TÜ/Rock (1 round at home and 2 rounds away in total).
  • Double points will be awarded to teams winning those games.

    Playoffs

    The playoffs began on 14 April and ended on 27 May. The tournament concluded with Kalev/Cramo defeating TÜ/Rock 4 games to 1 in the 2016 KML Finals.

    Individual statistics

    Players qualify to this category by having at least 50% games played.

    Finals MVP

  • Rolands Freimanis (Kalev/Cramo)
  • Best Defender

  • Janar Talts (TÜ/Rock)
  • Best Young Player

  • Norman Käbin (Port of Pärnu)
  • Coach of the Year

  • Alar Varrak (Kalev/Cramo)
  • References

    2015–16 KML season Wikipedia


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