Career: Tolyatti (Russia-Higherleague, 2003-04), BC Khimki Moscow Region (Russia-Superleague, 2004-08).
Russia’s top scorer at 12.1 points per game at the U20 European championship in 2005, Fridzon always finds a way to put points on the scoreboard. This competition was the first time that Fridzon played in a major international tournament in any category. The rise to fame of this late bloomer really began in May 2005 when, in the Superleague play-off first round, Fridzon played only his second game for the senior team. Since then, he has never looked back. He is a true warrior with a relentless drive and energy although he is guilty of silly turnovers and fouls at times. At 10.8 points per game in the Russian Superleague this year, Fridzon was one of the scoring leaders at Khimki Moscow.