June 12, 1967 |
|Listed height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Listed weight||209 lb (95 kg)|
|Career highlights and awards|
He won the USSR Premier Basketball League in 1991 as a member of the Tallinn Kalev basketball team. Kuusmaa mostly played in Estonia, but he also spent three seasons in Greece, with Panathinaikos and one season in Belgium, with Liege Basket. Also, during the service in the Soviet Army, Kuusmaa was stationed in Latvian SSR and played in the local army sports club ASK Riga. After retiring in 2005 he has been coaching BC Kalev/Cramo (2005–2007 & 2010–2012), TTÜ KK (2007–2010) and AVIS Rapla (2014–present).
As a player
- 1985–86 Estonian SSR Championship (Standard)
- 1986–87 Latvian SSR Championship (ASK Riga)
- 1987–88 Estonian SSR Championship (Standard)
- 1988–89 Estonian SSR Championship (Tallinna Kalev)
- 1989–90 World Basketball League Championship (Youngstown Pride)
- 1990–91 Soviet Union Championship (Tallinna Kalev)
- 1991–92 Estonian League Championship (Tallinna Kalev)
- 1992–93 Estonian League Championship (Tallinna Kalev)
- 1995–96 Greek Basketball Cup (Panathinaikos)
- 1998–99 Estonian Basketball Cup (BC Tallinn)
- 1998–99 Estonian League Championship (BC Tallinn)
- 1999–00 Estonian League Championship (Tallinna Kalev)
- 2003–04 Estonian Basketball Cup (TTÜ/A.Le Coq)
As a coach
- 2005–06 Estonian Basketball Cup (BC Kalev/Cramo)
- 2005–06 Estonian League Championship (BC Kalev/Cramo)
- 2006–07 Estonian Basketball Cup (BC Kalev/Cramo)
- 2010–11 Estonian League Championship (BC Kalev/Cramo)
- 2011–12 Estonian League Championship (BC Kalev/Cramo)
Season by season results as head coach
T16; top sixteen.
R1; first round.
DNP; did not participate.
|Club||League||Season||Domestic Competitions||Baltic Basketball League||VTB United League||European Competitions|
|Kalev/Cramo||Korvpalli Meistriliiga||2005–06||1st||1st||Baltic League||9th||DNP||3 EuroCup||GS|
|AVIS Rapla||2014–15||3rd||QF||Baltic League||T16||DNP||DNP|
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