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We @clintonite33 @monilogue @theutahjazzblog that this would equal about 5.6-5.8 million a year with taxes exchange rates and so forth. . The MLE was $5.854 million for the 2009–10 season so....


After ten seasons with the Utah Jazz

Kirilenko wants to play in the ACB

  • Kirilenko, 30 years, said that unlike the vast majority of his colleagues in the NBA, l is a free agent and can negotiate with the team that suits ms

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Andri Russian Kirilenko, who has played for during the last ten seasons in the NBA Utah Jazz, he expressed interest in joining a team after the lockout espaol of the American Basketball League.

"There are many interesting competitions in Europe. For example, Spanish. Ms is the strongest league in the continent. It will be interesting to test all "seal Kirilenko to Russian media.

Kirilenko, 30 years, said that unlike the vast majority of his colleagues in the NBA, l is a free agent and can negotiate with the team more suited to it, either in the NBA or in Europe.

"If the lockout ends, they tendrn return to the NBA. Meanwhile, I, being a free agent, I can play a full season in Europe WHO or elsewhere," he said.

The Russian, who was named player of the European Championship in 2007 in Madrid, in which Russia defeated Spain in the final, will only go to a team who is really interested in their services and that suits their qualities.

"Mention a team is premature. My agent est studying the different clubs and within two weeks I make a list of offerings, "asever.

Kirilenko, who lost the title in the Jazz in the LAST season, ensures that you only vspera are interested in signing a long-life, whether in Europe or the NBA.

In addition, denied that the current NBA labor dispute will cause a massive landing of stars in the American Basketball League in the European leagues.