PBC Lokomotiv Kuban

Georgios Bartzokas - Loko's new head coach

Georgios Bartzokas signed two-years contract, 50-years-old will become Lokomotiv Kuban's new head coach. Bartzokas' previous team was Olympiacos, where he worked from 2012 until 2014, became euroleague 2012/13 champion and Alexander Gomelsky Cup for Euroleague Best Coach in 2012/13.  Read more >

Andrey Vedishev: "We need to prove that Russia deserves three places in Euroleague"

Andrey Vedishev, Lokomotiv Kuban president, congratulated club's fans and partners with the ticket to Euroleague, told us what he thinks lies under the decision to give wild card to Loko, outlined preset and strategic goals for the tournament, and shared transfer market plans for the nearest future.  Read more >

Loko will play Euroleague 2015/16

As agreed by ECA Shareholders Lokomotiv Kuban will be granted a wild card for the most prestigious European basketball tournament season 2014/15. Loko will be the third Russian team to play in Euroleague along with CSKA and Khimki. Red-greens won VTB United League 2014/15 bronze.  Read more >

Maxim Grigoriev moved to Nizhny Novgorod

After 9 years in Lokomotiv Maxim Grigoriev, last season's team captain, is leaving the club. Grigoriev joined Lokomotiv Rostov youth team in 2006/07. Last season in VTB United League Maxim was averaging 4.8 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 11 minutes; in Eurocup - 3.8 pts, 1.1 reb, 0.8 ast. Read more >

Nikita Kurbanov goes back to CSKA

Forward Nikita Kurbanov is leaving Lokomotiv Kuban - he signed two-year contract with CSKA. During the past season in Loko Kurbanov was averaging 8.7 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 24.4 minutes in VTB United League and 8.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 25.3 minutes in Eurocup. Kurbanov was also playing for Lokomotiv Rostov in 2005/06.  Read more >

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VTB league