Found November 29, 2011 on Pro Basketball Talk:
PLAYERS: Andrei Kirilenko
TEAMS: Utah Jazz
This is not going to end up having a huge impact whether Andrei Kirilenko decides to come back to the NBA or stay in Moscow, but we pass this along anyway. Kirilenko injured his shoulder playing for CSKA Moscow but it is not that serious, tweets Brian Smith of the Salt Lake Tribune. Agent Marc…
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