For the fourth consecutive year, EKA AEL Lemesos have won the Cyprus championship.
Igor Miglinieks' team wrapped up the title by beating city rivals Apollon Lemesos 86-82 in the third game of the best-of-five series to complete a three-game sweep.
Azovmash won 97-88 at Privatbank EKA AEL Lemesos but suffered the cruellest of exits from the EuroCup on Tuesday when DKV Joventut and BC Khimki advanced to the quarter-finals on goal difference.
Kenan Bajramovic had 26 points and Khalid El-Amin 24 for the Ukrainian side, who won for the fourth time in six Group L games.
DKV Joventut posted a convincing 114-85 victory over Privatbank EKA Ael Lemesos to maintain their campaign for a place in the next phase.
Aware that they needed a big points margin to boost their qualification hopes, the Spanish side made an electric start.
BC Khimki are in the driving seat for a place in the quarter-finals of the EuroCup after beating Privatbank EKA AEL Lemesos in Group L action on Tuesday evening in Cyprus.
The Russian high-flyers got major contributions once again from their two South American stars, Ruben Wolkowisky of Argentina and Oscar Torres of Venezuela, in recording a 91-82 triumph.
Privatbank EKA AEL Lemesos
Georgiou Thyrotou 1, 3012 Limassol, CYP
Tel: +357 (25) 73 75 55
Fax: +357 (25) 73 75 40
|Spiros Kyprianou Arena|
Giannou Kranidioti Av. Limassol, CYP
Tel: +357 (25) 87 22 70
Fax: +357 (25) 73 33 36
1 George Thyrotou Str., 3012 Limassol, CYP
+ 357 (25) 73 75 55
+ 357 (25) 73 75 40
General Manager: Andreas Mouzourides
General Manager: Andreas Sofokleous