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Everybody agrees that basketball is the second religion in Lithuania. But it is not just basketball players.
Kauno "Žalgirio" šokėjos
Kauno "Žalgirio" šokėjos
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Every success story has a dedicated team behind it. Sometimes, it takes years and years of hard work, often without recognition, before it all pays off.

Have you ever wondered how big a sports team actually is? It’s not only the head coach and the players that you see in the court or on TV. It’s much more.

It’s the technical staff, the management, the marketing, the volunteers, the assistants, the presenters, the dancers…

In Žalgiris Kaunas, the team of ‘sixth players’ is enormous – and enormously inspiring. So is their love of basketball and belief in the players, visit.kaunas.lt writes.

The new documentary was just released to show who really hides behind the team of tall basketball players.

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