PBC Lokomotiv Kuban

Ivan Nelyubov joins Loko

Let’s meet another newcomer in Loko family. Center Ivan Nelyubov is going to play for our club at least for one season. He used to play for such teams as CSKA, VEF, Nizhny Novgorod, and Lietkabelis. Our new big man spent the last season in Parma Perm.

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Loko presents players as superheroes in its new season concept

Lokomotiv Kuban presented a new season concept within the framework of ExpoBasket Business Panel. Players of the team were presented as superheroes. The First Squad is the first project in the history of Russian sports and European basketball (eurohoops.net) which combines a superhero topic and professional sports.  Read more >

Joe Ragland becomes Loko player

28-year old Joe Ragland signed a two-year contract with Lokomotiv Kuban. The American’s professional career was built in European championships. He played for Murcia (Spain), Cantu and Milano (Italy), and Karsiyaka (Turkey). He spent the previous season in the Italian League playing for Avellino.

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Center Brian Qvale joins Loko

PBC Lokomotiv Kuban signed a 2-year agreement with the 28-year old American center Brian Qvale. Our newcomer spent two previous seasons in EWE Baskets Oldenburg (Germany). He managed to get to the first and the second Top-5 of the German League and became the most effective player of the championships in 2016.

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Thank you Grisha!

News about newcomers always goes side by side with sad news about players who are leaving us. This time we say goodbye to Grigory Shukhovtsov. The 34-year old center spent 5.5 years in Loko overall. He won EuroCup and silver medals of the VTB United League for our club. Thank you Grisha and good luck!

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