2012–13 KML season

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G4S Korvpalli Meistriliiga1
Season 2012–13
Champions Kalev/Cramo
6th title
Runners-up TÜ/Rock
Third place Rakvere Tarvas
Fourth place TYCO Rapla
Teams 9
Games played 114 (Regular season)
26 (Playoffs)
Dates 10 October 2012 – 17 May 2013
Top seed Kalev/Cramo
TV ETV2
Awards
MVP United States Gary Wilkinson
Finals MVP Estonia Tanel Sokk
Best Defender Estonia Martin Dorbek
Best Young Player Estonia Rait-Riivo Laane
Coach of the Year Estonia Alar Varrak
Statistical leaders
Points Estonia Reimo Tamm
16.36
Rebounds Estonia Rain Raadik
11.38
Assists Lithuania Augustas Pečiukevičius
5.29
1 Sponsored league name, referring to G4S.

The 2012–13 G4S Korvpalli Meistriliiga was the 88th season of the Estonian basketball league and the fourth under the title sponsorship of G4S. Kalev/Cramo came into the season as defending champions of the 2011–12 KML season.

The season started on 10 October 2012 and concluded on 17 May 2013 with Kalev/Cramo defeating TÜ/Rock 4 games to 0 in the finals to win their 6th Estonian League title.[1][2]

Teams[edit]

Locations of the 2012–13 G4S Korvpalli Meistriliiga teams
Team Location Arena Capacity Head coach
Kalev/Cramo Tallinn Saku Suurhall Arena 7,500 Estonia Alar Varrak
TÜ/Rock Tartu University of Tartu Sports Hall 4,000 Estonia Gert Kullamäe
Rakvere Tarvas Rakvere Rakvere Sports Hall 3,000 Estonia Andres Sõber
TYCO Rapla Rapla Sadolin Sports Hall 5,000 Estonia Indrek Ruut
TTÜ Tallinn TTÜ Sports Hall 2,000 Estonia Tiit Sokk
Tallinna Kalev Tallinn Kalev Sports Hall 6,950 Estonia Kalle Klandorf
Pärnu Pärnu Pärnu Sports Hall 2,000 Estonia Priit Vene
Valga/Maks & Moorits Valga Valga Sports Hall 2,000 Estonia Tarmo Petter
HITO Jõhvi Jõhvi Sports Hall 500 Estonia Priit Sternhof

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team GP W L Pts PCT Qualification
1 Kalev/Cramo 32 28 4 60 .875 Qualification to Playoffs
2 TÜ/Rock 32 28 4 60 .875
3 Rakvere Tarvas 32 20 12 52 .625
4 TTÜ 32 16 16 48 .500
5 TYCO Rapla 32 14 18 46 .438
6 Pärnu 32 13 19 45 .406
7 Valga/Maks & Moorits 32 13 19 45 .406
8 Tallinna Kalev 32 9 23 41 .281
9 HITO 32 3 29 35 .094

Playoffs[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Finals
                           
  1 Kalev/Cramo 3  
8 Tallinna Kalev 0  
  1 Kalev/Cramo 3  
  5 TYCO Rapla 0  
4 TTÜ 0
  5 TYCO Rapla 3  
    1 Kalev/Cramo 4
  2 TÜ/Rock 0
  2 TÜ/Rock 3  
7 Valga/Maks & Moorits 0  
  2 TÜ/Rock 3 Third place
  3 Rakvere Tarvas 0  
3 Rakvere Tarvas 3 5 TYCO Rapla 1
  6 Pärnu 1   3 Rakvere Tarvas 2

Individual statistics[edit]

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

Points[edit]

Rank Player Team Games Points PPG
1 Estonia Reimo Tamm Rakvere Tarvas 36 589 16.36
2 Lithuania Augustas Pečiukevičius Pärnu 31 503 16.23
3 Latvia Māris Ļaksa Rakvere Tarvas 38 572 15.05
4 United States Brandis Raley-Ross Rakvere Tarvas 31 465 15.00
5 Estonia Kiur Akenpärg TTÜ 30 450 15.00

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Player Team Games Rebounds RPG
1 Estonia Rain Raadik Pärnu 29 330 11.38
2 United States Emmanuel Okoye Tallinna Kalev 31 330 10.65
3 United States Frank Elegar Kalev/Cramo 23 208 9.04
4 Estonia Edvard Trumm HITO 27 211 8.19
5 Estonia Renato Lindmets Rakvere Tarvas 26 192 7.38

Assists[edit]

Rank Player Team Games Assists APG
1 Lithuania Augustas Pečiukevičius Pärnu 31 164 5.29
2 Estonia Erik Keedus TTÜ 31 148 4.77
3 United States Justin Ingram TÜ/Rock 24 105 4.38
4 United States Brandis Raley-Ross Rakvere Tarvas 31 125 4.03
5 Estonia Reimo Tamm Rakvere Tarvas 36 139 3.86

Awards[edit]

MVP[edit]

Finals MVP[edit]

Best Defender[edit]

Best Young Player[edit]

Coach of the Year[edit]

All-KML team[edit]

Pos Player Team
PG Estonia Tanel Sokk Kalev/Cramo
SG United States Brandis Raley-Ross Rakvere Tarvas
SF Latvia Juris Umbraško Rakvere Tarvas
PF United States Frank Elegar Kalev/Cramo
C Senegal Bamba Fall Kalev/Cramo

Player of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team
October[4] Estonia Reimo Tamm Rakvere Tarvas
November[4] Estonia Renato Lindmets Rakvere Tarvas
December[4] Lithuania Augustas Pečiukevičius Pärnu
January[4] Estonia Heiko Rannula Valga/Maks & Moorits
February[4] Estonia Rain Raadik Pärnu
March[4] United States Frank Elegar Kalev/Cramo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Meistriliiga (2012/2013)" (in Estonian). Estonian Basketball Association. Archived from the original on 2015-09-04. 
  2. ^ "88. EESTI MEESTE MEISTRIVÕISTLUSED" (in Estonian). Spordiinfo.ee. 
  3. ^ a b c "Eesti parimateks korvpalluriteks valiti Kangur ja Anderson" (in Estonian). Estonian Basketball Association. Retrieved 9 August 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "G4S KML - Kuu Mängija" (in Estonian). Estonian Basketball Association. 

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