Fesenko is set to sign a contract with Pallacanestro Cantu of Italy, Sportando reports. Fesenko previously appeared in the NBA with the Jazz and Pacers, but has been out of the league since 2011-12. He began the current campaign in his native Russia and figures to stick overseas for the remainder of his career.
Pacers center Kyrylo Fesenko, who signed with the team last week, will have to wait to make his debut, as he is dealing with visa issues, according to the Indianapolis Star. Fesenko will be with the team in Indianapolis, however he will not travel with the team for about a week, as he gets his issues resolved. Pacers coach Frank Vogel told the Star, "He'll be working with our strength and conditioning coach getting some shots up working on those sort of things."
Free agent center Kyrylo Fesenko, who played most recently with the Jazz last season, has agree to join the Pacers for the rest of the season, according to SI.com. Fesenko has spent the season recovering from an offseason knee injury.
The Bucks are trying to set up a meeting with free-agent C Kyrylo Fesenko, according to the Journal Times, who is living in Denver while recovering from a left knee injury suffered in the offseason. Fesenko's agent told the Journal Times "He's fine now; he's ready to go." The veteran spent the last four seasons as a backup for the Jazz.
In desperate need of a backup center, the Milwaukee Bucks have expressed interest in free-agent C Kyrylo Fesenko, according to reports. Fesenko has played the past four seasons with Utah. "We've had discussions about bringing him in and working him out," Bucks general manager John Hammond said Monday. Milwaukee has also displayed interest in C Joel Przybilla, who is also an unrestricted free agent.
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