Kristjan Kangur - Professional Career - Estonia and Germany

Estonia and Germany

Kangur started his professional career in 2000, when he signed with Tallinna Kalev. He stayed with the team for the next three years winning the Estonian Championship titles in 2002 and 2003. He also won the Estonian Cup in 2001. In 2004 he signed with Bayer Giants Leverkusen and played there for two seasons. After that he returned to Estonia and signed with BC Kalev/Cramo. He stayed with the team until 2008–09 season winning three Estonian Cups (2006, 2007, 2008) and one Estonian Championship (2009). Kangur was a solid leader for BC Kalev during those three seasons and was also awarded the MVP of Estonian Finals in 2009.

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