Found September 27, 2012 on Menudo Bol:
PLAYERS: Kyrylo Fesenko
TEAMS: Indiana Pacers
Who? Yeah, that big dude from Utah. 7’1 300lbs to be exact. But expect some shuffling around with his 1yr contract, because of cap space issues, Chicago may have to cut him and then resign him in November. Either way, expect him to be on the bench as a backup, backup.
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