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Victor Khryapa
Victor KHRYAPA (Russia)
DOB: 8/3/1982
Place of birth: Kiev (UKR) (Ukraine)
Height: 203cm/6'8"
Weight: 91kg/201lbs
Position: Forward
Main statistics
Points per game 13.5
Rebounds per game 6.5
Assists per game 1
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Career: . Khimik Engels (Russia-Superleague B, 1999), Avtodor Saratov (Russia-Superleague, 1999-02), CSKA Moscow (Russia-Superleague, 2002-04), Portland Trailblazers (USA-NBA, 2004-06), Chicago Bulls (USA-NBA, 2006-08), CSKA Moscow (Russia-Superleague, 2008). Selected in the first round of the 2004 NBA draft (#22) by the New Jersey Nets and rights traded to the Portland Trailblazers.

Ukraine-born Victor Khryapa is a very resourceful and determined person. Khryapa’s role was very limited in both Portland and Chicago during four frustrating NBA seasons, but the Russia international showed a strong mentality and bounced back to play a starring role at last summer’s EuroBasket. He was, national team coach David Blatt said on more than one occasion, the best player on the floor for the Russians. Like Andrei Kirilenko, Khryapa always does a lot of things to help the team win, whether it’s playing excellent defense on the interior, hitting big shots from long range, rebounding or handing out assists. Khryapa ranked fourth in rebounding and fifth in assists in Spain. By coming back to CSKA Moscow in February, Khryapa gave his former team a boost in the Euroleague and in the Superleague (14.5ppg and 7.8rpg).


 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 Olympic Men 2012  7.1  6.3   4.3 
 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 2012  8.5  5.8   3.8 
 EuroBasket 2011  7.9  5   5.1 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  0  0   0 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  13.5  6.5   1 
 EuroBasket 2007  10.9  7.6   2.8 
 EuroBasket 2005  10.3  8.7   1.2 
 European Championship for Men 2003  7.3  4.3   1.5 
 Korac Cup 2002  15.7  6.9   4.9 
 European Championship for Young Men 2002  17.1  7.3   5 
 World Championship for Men 2002  2.5  1.8   1 
 Korac Cup 2001  12  6.3   1.8 
 Saporta Cup 2000  2.7  1.3   0.3 
 European Championship for Junior Men 2000  12.5  8.8   1.9 
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