Russian Basketball Super League 2007/2008 Results - Regular Season - March

March

March 1
Report CSKA Moscow 101–52 Universitet Yugra CSKA USH, Moscow
Attendance: 1000
Scoring by quarter: 25-12, 37-7, 21-13, 18-20
March 1
Report Khimki 77–71 UNICS Kazan DS Novator-2, Khimki
Attendance: 2500
Scoring by quarter: 17-17, 21-25, 24-16, 15-13
March 1
Report Triumph Lyubertsy 97–90 Lokomotiv Rostov SH Triumph, Lyubertsy
Attendance: 2000
Scoring by quarter: 23-23, 33-23, 15-30, 26-14
March 1
Report Spartak St. Petersburg 74–91 Spartak Primorje Yubileyny Sports Palace, St. Petersburg
Attendance: 750
Scoring by quarter: 23-25, 15-21, 16-24, 20-21
March 6
Report Lokomotiv Rostov 74–67 Dynamo Moscow SK Ekspress, Rostov-na-Donu
Attendance: 1500
Scoring by quarter: 18-20, 16-12, 14-23, 26-12
March 7
Report Ural Great 87–94 Khimki UDS Molot, Perm
Attendance: 5000
Scoring by quarter: 21-24, 18-23, 19-22, 29-25
March 9
Report Universitet Yugra 86–84
OT
Enisey OT SK Druzhba, Surgut
Attendance: 800
Scoring by quarter: 18-20, 20-12, 16-21, 20-21, OT: 12-10
March 9
Report CSK VSS Samara 70–97 CSKA Moscow Sport CSK VSS, Samara
Attendance: 2000
Scoring by quarter: 15-26, 18-31, 16-23, 21-17
March 11
Report Spartak St. Petersburg 86–75 Sibirtelecom Lokomotiv Yubileyny Sports Palace, St. Petersburg
Attendance: 950
Scoring by quarter: 17-19, 18-19, 26-17, 25-20
March 14
Report Khimki 96–74 Sibirtelecom Lokomotiv DS Novator-2, Khimki
Attendance: 2500
Scoring by quarter: 27-15, 16-22, 31-12, 22-25
March 14
Report Spartak Primorje 86–71 Lokomotiv Rostov SK Olimpiets, Vladivostok
Attendance: 2950
Scoring by quarter: 15-21, 24-19, 23-9, 24-22
March 15
Report CSKA Moscow 94–71 Ural Great CSKA USH, Moscow
Attendance: 2500
Scoring by quarter: 28-13, 29-25, 25-18, 12-15
March 15
Report UNICS Kazan 84–78
OT
Triumph Lyubertsy OT Basket-Hall Arena, Kazan
Attendance: 4000
Scoring by quarter: 20-21, 17-16, 19-17, 11-13, OT: 17-11
March 16
Report CSK VSS Samara 73–69 Universitet Yugra Sport CSK VSS, Samara
Attendance: 1000
Scoring by quarter: 19-20, 11-21, 19-17, 24-11
March 17
Report Enisey 63–76 Lokomotiv Rostov Yarygin Sports Palace, Krasnoyarsk
Attendance: 1500
Scoring by quarter: 19-18, 10-13, 17-20, 17-25
March 22
Report CSKA Moscow 97–71 Spartak Primorje CSKA USH, Moscow
Attendance: 1100
Scoring by quarter: 25-17, 30-21, 21-14, 21-19
March 22
Report Dynamo Moscow 69–70 Triumph Lyubertsy Krylatskoe Sport Palace, Moscow
Attendance: 4000
Scoring by quarter: 22-19, 19-9, 10-19, 18-23
March 23
Report Spartak St. Petersburg 74–91 UNICS Kazan Yubileyny Sports Palace, St. Petersburg
Attendance: 1200
Scoring by quarter: 21-19, 19-25, 12-26, 22-21
March 23
Report CSK VSS Samara 57–90 Khimki Sport CSK VSS, Samara
Attendance: 1000
Scoring by quarter: 18-26, 15-22, 6-22, 18-20
March 23
Report Universitet Yugra 102–104
OT
Ural Great OT SK Druzhba, Surgut
Attendance: 800
Scoring by quarter: 17-27, 33-22, 21-28, 26-20, OT: 5-7
March 27
Report Triumph Lyubertsy 71–81 CSKA Moscow SH Triumph, Lyubertsy
Attendance: 4000
Scoring by quarter: 16-15, 22-17, 13-26, 20-23
March 27
Report Spartak Primorje 85–75 Dynamo Moscow SK Olimpiets, Vladivostok
Attendance: 3000
Scoring by quarter: 23-18, 23-27, 14-21, 25-9
March 29
Report Lokomotiv Rostov 86–73 Spartak St. Petersburg SK Ekspress, Rostov-na-Donu
Attendance: 1500
Scoring by quarter: 28-13, 17-17, 18-16, 23-27
March 29
Report Universitet Yugra 98–104
OT
CSK VSS Samara OT SK Druzhba, Surgut
Attendance: 800
Scoring by quarter: 26-22, 17-16, 22-22, 24-29, OT: 9-15
March 29
Report Sibirtelecom Lokomotiv 81–106 UNICS Kazan SK Sever, Novosibirsk
Attendance: 2200
Scoring by quarter: 19-32, 13-28, 26-28, 23-18
March 29
Report Enisey 59–91 Dynamo Moscow Yarygin Sports Palace, Krasnoyarsk
Attendance: 1900
Scoring by quarter: 18-29, 13-25, 16-11, 12-26
March 31
Report Spartak Primorje 90–81 Triumph Lyubertsy SK Olimpiets, Vladivostok
Attendance: 3100
Scoring by quarter: 26-14, 25-30, 19-19, 20-18
March 31
Report Enisey 56–87 UNICS Kazan Yarygin Sports Palace, Krasnoyarsk
Attendance: 1500
Scoring by quarter: 8-18, 15-23, 17-23, 16-23

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