|10 Jun 21||PBC CSKA|| ||89 - 81|| ||BC UNICS|
|07 Jun 21||BC UNICS|| ||57 - 76|| ||PBC CSKA|
|05 Jun 21||BC UNICS|| ||77 - 85|| ||PBC CSKA|
|23 May 21||BC UNICS|| ||74 - 70|| ||PBC Lokomotiv|
|20 May 21||PBC Lokomotiv|| ||69 - 79|| ||BC UNICS|
BC UNICS (Russian: БК УНИКС) is a professional basketball club in Kazan, Russia, that plays in the VTB United League and EuroCup. Their home arena is Basket-Hall Kazan.
Though officially the club's men's professional club was founded in 1991, (when it first began to play in the lowest level of the national pro leagues), UNICS traces its origins back to KSU's college team Burevestnik, which participated in the USSR student championships from 1957, and won the all-Soviet college title twice – in 1965 and 1970. Because of this, the name 'UNICS' is quite an abbreviation – UNI(versity), C(ulture), S(port).
In 1997, UNICS was promoted to the Russian Basketball Super League A, which was, at the time, the top-tier level Russian league. A year later, Yevgeny Bogachev, the chairman of the National Bank of the Republic of Tatarstan, became the president of the club.
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