Basketball star goes to Donetsk

4 September 2008
Sergey Dyadechko BC "Donetsk"
Donetsk made a solid purchase, but not the football club "Shakhtar" and the basketball club "Donetsk", debutant of Superleague. Debutant Ukrainian Basketball Super League BC "Donetsk" caused a sensation by signing a contract with the most valuable player in the Israeli championship PJ Tucker. Defending the colors of "Holon", Tucker (1985 year of birth, 196 m) was able to lead his team to the title, on the way to which was beaten powerful "Maccabi". Indicators Pee Jay's playoff championship of Israel - an average of 20.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game. Earlier Donetsk club has signed a contract with another American Chris Burgecsom (1979, 209), which acted in Ukraine in the Turkish Cup for the club "Beykoz". Recall, BC "Donetsk" this season will play in the third largest European club tournament EuroCup Challenge.
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