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Dmitry Sviridov wins the Cup and participates in All Star game - Jan 24, 2009

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Dmitry Sviridov (212-C-85) wins the Cup and participates in All Star game spending a wonderful season in Belarus. Four best teams struggled in the semifinals of the Belarusian Cup and all of them could reach the Final. His Vitalyur grabbed the Cup as later in the Final the team beat OZAA 101:74.
In the first semifinal OZAA survived over Grodno-93 trailing almost in the entire game. Grodno produced 31-14 and was in front until the end of the campaign. With 25-13 however OZAA took the ticket to the Final. Vabishevich top-scored for the winners with 21 points. Andrei Maksimov collected 16 points and 8 rebounds whilst Alexander Osipovich netted 12. Chunda had 18 points, 10 assists and 5 boards in defeat.
Vitalyur overcame Minsk-2006 81:77 to reach the Final. Trailing 20-25 the winners of the Cup won three other periods to seal the victory. Lemik led the winners with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists and Dmitry Sviridov scored 13. Dzianis Korshuk ended up with 19 points and 7 boards in the losing effort.
Vitalyur had no difficulties to lift the Cup over the heads after 101:74 over OZAA in the Final. Maksim Shustau top-scored for the winners with 22 points and 11 assists, while Zaytsev netted 18. Lemik collected 16 points, 9 boards and 4 assists, whilst Dadikin added 14. Dmitry Sviridov ended up with 8 points to triumph with his team. Ivanov produced 20 points in the losing effort.

Recently the All-Star Game took part in Belarus. The Eastern All-Stars dominated and pulled away with a spectacular victory at the end. Aliaksei Trostinetskiy was trumped the MVP for the Eastern All-Stars Team. Sergei Charikau was named the Most Valuable Player for the West.
The West team got to the better start in the game as they piled up a 22:18 lead after the opening term. They maintained the lead and were up by 5 at halftime. The Western team opened up a double-digit lead in the third quarter but the East easily denied it. The teams showed some high-flying ball game in the final quarter before the East eked out a narrow victory at the end.
Aliaksei Trostinetskiy finished with 23 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists for the East. Dzianis Korshuk topscored for the winners with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Maksim Shustau paced the West Team with 23 points. Dmitry Sviridov and Sergei Dadikin added 10 points apiece in the loss.
Shustau also celebrated the victory in the three-point shootout. Ilyas Salsanau won the Slam Dunk contest.   

Uzbekistan finishes 4th at the International tournament - 10 months ago
Uzbekistan finishes 4th at the International tournament in Kyrgyzstan. Kazakhstan edged Uzbekistan 87-43. Victor Verzun stepped up with 19 points and Daniar Tayekelov posted 18. Danil Miturev replied with 14 points and 17 rebounds in a loss. Uzbekistan lost also to Kyrgyzstan 42-47 and to SHOR 39-81. Uzbekistan however beat Spartak 70-56 and Yeti 55-48.   [read more]

TEMP SUMZ Revda keeps Karaulov for another season - 2 Years ago
TEMP-SUMZ-UGMK Revda (Superleague 1) re-signed experienced 35-year old naturalized Uzbekistani center Sergey Karaulov (214-115kg-82). He has played there for the last two seasons. In 27 Superleague 1 games he recorded 10.1ppg and 7.8rpg (#3 in the league) last season. Karaulov helped them to make it to the Russian Cup Semifinals. A very good season in his career as he was voted to All-Russian Superleague 1 Honorable Mention. In 2004 he was drafted by San Antonio Spurs (NBA)...   [read more]

TEMP-SUMZ Revda inks Sergey Karaulov - 4 Years ago
TEMP-SUMZ Revda (Superleague) agreed terms with 33-year old naturalized Uzbekistani center Sergey Karaulov (212-115kg-82). He played last season at Ural Ekaterinburg (Superleague). In 41 games he had 9.6ppg and 7.9rpg. He helped them to make it to the semifinals. The previous (13-14) season Karaulov played at Ruskon-Mordovia (Higher League). In 27 games he recorded 10.3ppg and 8.0rpg (#3 in the league) in 2013-14 season. Quite impressive year as he was named to All-Russian...   [read more]

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