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Rotoworld Aug 17, 2014

Andrei Kirilenko donated to Moscow orphanage - Andrei Kirilenko (F) Brooklyn Nets

Andrei Kirilenko revealed during a recent interview that he donated most of his 2011-12 salary to a Mascow Orphanage.
NetsDaily Aug 16, 2014

How Andrei Kirilenko helped a Moscow orphanage

In an interview with Russia's PROSport magazine, translated by Rush'n Hoops, Andrei Kirilenko reveals for the firt time that he donated most of his 2011-12 salary to a Moscow orphanage.  Kirilenko played that year for CSKA Moscow, where he earned an estimated 4 million euros --or about $5 million-- after taxes. Stanislav Gridassov, editor-in-chief of PROsport magazine and co-founder of Moscow-Saratov Charity Foundation asked Kirilenko about whether he fulfilled the promise he made in 2011 to donate his salary to charity. Gridassov: "When you came back from NBA to CSKA Moscow for one...
NetsDaily Aug 8, 2014
Andrei Kirilenko upbeat about Brooklyn Nets prospects ... despite pundits

Andrei Kirilenko upbeat about Brooklyn Nets prospects ... despite pundits

Rod Boone and Tim Bontemps caught up with Andrei Kirilenko by phone late this week, as AK-47 and his coach helped out at Basketball Without Borders in Johannesburg, South Africa.  He was asked if the lowered expectations for Brooklyn will serve as motivation for the veteran team. "Of course," Kirilenko told Newsday. "If that’s how they talk, we’ve got to prove them wrong. We did a great job of playing Toronto in the first round, kind of showed great character. I think a lot of guys on the team, younger guys like Mason [Plumlee], they kind of got that experience. "And right now, we...
New York Post Aug 7, 2014

Kirilenko bonding with new coach Hollins on South Africa trip

Not only is Andrei Kirilenko getting a chance to help people this week, he’s getting to know his new coach. Kirilenko is in South Africa working with the NBA’s Basketball...
NetsDaily Jul 30, 2014
Mirza Teletovic has an opportunity to sustain last season's success

Mirza Teletovic has an opportunity to sustain last season's success

After an offseason that saw the Nets frontcourt change shape, Mirza Teletovic has a chance not only to sustain the success he found in Brooklyn last season, but to go even further. Steve Alexander of Rotoworld is in the group that believes Teletovic can make a big step this season, as he lists the "King of Bosnia" as one of his winners of this offseason. Mirza Teletovic,  F, Nets – With Paul Pierce no longer in Brooklyn and Kevin Garnett and Andrei Kirilenko playing in the bodies of old men, the time is now for Teletovic. The hope is that Teletovic will fly under the radar after...

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