CSKA was unstoppable in the regular season and easily took first place in the standings with a 24-6 record.
They have been unstoppable in their home court this season, losing only once in a 93-95 defeat against Fenerbahce, and will do their best on both ends of the court to floor their opponents.
CSKA's defence was not so effective as they conceded 79.6 points per game.Their coach Dimitris Itoudis, who is considered a defensive specialist, ensures the Russian side will be very tough in defense.
Khimki suffered crucial losses that prevented them from climbing higher in the table, as they claimed the last play-off spot with a 16-14 record.
However,they conceded an average of 84.5 points in their two matches against CSKA.