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Hall of Fame - Players
Gennadi Volnov

Hall of Fame - Coaches
Sergei Belov
Sergey Bazarevich
Vladimir Tkachenko

Gennadi Volnov Basketball Career

Born: Nov. 28, 1939
1956-1958: Moscow Burevestnik
1958-1970: CSKA Moscow
Olympic Games -60 (Silver), 64 (Silver), 68 (Bronze), 1972 (Gold)
World Championships -63 (Bronze), 67 (Gold)
European Championships -Gold in 59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69
Euroleague Champion -61, 63, 69

Sergei Belov Basketball Career

Sergei Belov basketball
Sergei Belov
Born: Jan.23, 1944
Nickname: "The Jerry West of Russia"
Player: 190-F:
1964-1967: Uralmash Sverdlovsk
1968-1980: CSKA Moscow
Olympic Games in Mexico -68 (Bronze)
Olympic Games in Munich -72 (Gold)
Olympic Games in Montreal -76 (Bronze)
Olympic Games in Moscow -80 (Bronze)
Lit the Olympic flame in the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games
World Championships in Montevideo -67 (Gold)
World Championships in Ljubljana -70 (Bronze)
World Championships in Puerto Rico -74 (Gold)
World Championships in Manila -78 (Silver)
European Championships in Helsinki -67 (Gold)
European Championships in Italy - 69 (Gold)
European Championships in Germany -71 (Gold)
European Championships in Barcelona -73 (Bronze)
European Championships in Belgrade -75 (Silver)
European Championships in Belgium -77 (Silver)
European Championships in Italy -79 (Gold)
Soviet Union League Champion -11 times (69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80)
USSR Cup Winner -72, 73
Euro Cup Winner
European Cup for Men's Champion Clubs -69(Winner), 71 (Winner)
Basketball Hall of Fame
FIBA Hall of Fame
President of the Russian Basketball Federation: 1993-1998
Head Coach:
1981-1982: CSKA Moscow (A Superleague)
1983-1989: CSKA Moscow Junior School
1991-1993: Cassino (Italy)
1998-1999: Ural-Great Perm (A Superleague): was hired close to the season end
1999-2000: Ural-Great Perm (A Superleague)
2000-2001: Ural-Great Perm (A Superleague)
2001-2002: Ural-Great Perm (A Superleague)
2002 -signed 3-years extension with Ural-Great Perm
2002-2003: Ural-Great Perm (A Superleague)
2003-2004: Ural Great Perm (A Superleague)
2004-2005: Ural Great Perm (A Superleague)
President / General Manager:
2005-2006: Ural Great Perm (A Superleague)
2006-2007: Ural Great Perm (A Superleague)
2007-2008: Ural Great Perm (A Superleague)
USSR League Champion -82
Head Coach: Russian National Team -93-00
World Championships in Toronto -94 (Silver)
World Championships in Athens -98 (Silver)
European Championships -95, 99
World Championships in Barcelona -97 (Bronze)
Goodwill Games -98
Russian League All-Star Game -00
Russian League Finalist -00
Olympic Games -00(Sydney)
NEBL Champion -01
Russian League Coach of the Year –01
Russian League Champion -01
NEBL Finalist -02
Russian Cup Winner -04
FIBA Europe League Semifinals -04
Russian A Superleague Semifinals -04, 08
FIBA EuroCup Quarterfinals -08
Head Coach: Russian University National Team -09
World University Games in Belgrade (Croatia) -09

Sergey Bazarevich Basketball Career

Sergey Bazarevich basketball
Sergey Bazarevich (Photo: CSKA)
Born: Mar.16, 1965
Player: 188-G:
1985-1986: CSKA Moscow
1986-1987: CSKA Moscow
1987-1988: CSKA Moscow
1988-1989: Dynamo Moscow
1989-1990: Dynamo Moscow
1990-1991: Dynamo Moscow
1991-1992: Dynamo Moscow
1992-1993: DCKA - Yildrimspor (Turkey): 27ppg, 3.8rpg, 6.5apg
1993-1994: Tofas Bursa (Turkey): 18ppg, 3rpg, 4.4apg
1994-1995: Atlanta Hawks (NBA): 10games, 3ppg - Caceres (Spain): 21.6ppg, 2.1rpg, 2.8apg
1995-1996: Dynamo Moscow (1T)
1996-1997: CSKA Moscow (1T): 12.7ppg, 4apg
1997-1998: Turk Telekom Ankara (Turkey): 11.9ppg, 2.8rpg, 3.4apg, in Mar.'98 came back to CSKA Moscow (only for league games)
1998-1999: in Oct.'98 was signed by Khimik (D2), in Dec.'98 went to Gorizia (Italy-A1): 17.5ppg, 2.5rpg, 3apg
1999 - received Greek citizenship
1999-2000: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece): 4.7ppg, 1.7rpg, 1.2apg
2000-2001: St. Petersburg Lions: Euroleague: 11.2ppg, 1.7rpg, 2.8apg, in Jan.'01 was signed by Telit Trieste (Italy-A1): 10.1ppg, 2.1rpg, 3.3apg; KoracCup: 4games: 16.5ppg, 3.3rpg, 4.8apg
2001-2002: Dynamo Moscow (B): playing coach
2002-2003: Dynamo Moscow (A): 22 games: 14,2ppg, 3.5rpg, 3.7apg, 1.4spg
2003 - retired
Soviet Union National Team -90
Russian National Team -94-97,00
World Championships -90,94(2+AllStars)
EURO All Stars -94(4),95,96,97
European Championships -95
Russian League Champion -97,98
EURO All-Star Game -97
Greek League Finalist -00
Olympic Games -00(Sydney)
Korac Cup Quarterfinals -01
Head Coach:
2001-2002: Dynamo Moscow (B): playing coach
2004-2005: CSKA Moscow junior team
2005-2006: CSK VVS Samara reg. (B Superleague)
2006-2007: Standart Samara reg. Toliatti (A Superleague), left in Dec.'06
2007-2008: Dynamo Moscow (A Superleague), started the season as a Coach Assistant, in Apr.'08 promoted to a
Coach Assistant:
2008-2009: Dynamo Moscow (A Superleague)
Head Coach
2009-2010: Dynamo Moscow (A Superleague)
2010-2011: Dynamo Moscow (PBL)
2011-2012: Krasnie Krilya Samara (PBL)
Kamkabel International Junior Tournament in Moscow (unofficial European Junior Championships for Clubs) -05 (winner)
Russian Cup Semifinals -08
ULEB Cup Semifinals -08
Russian A Superleague Semifinals -08, 10
Head Coach: Russian U20 National Team -08
European Championships U20 in Riga (Latvia) -08
Russian Cup Finalist -09
Eurocup Quarterfinals -09
Russian Cup Winner -12

Vladimir Tkachenko Basketball Career

Born: Sep.20, 1957
His son Igor also played basketball.
Player: 220cm:
One of the most dominant big men in the game during the elite successful years of the Russian teams in the 60-70's. seemed very coordinated but was not very quick. Nice shooter out to 15-17 feet. Very unselfish. He would have more rebounds but teammmates got some of the boards because Tkachenko would block out 2 or three guys at a time. Exact opposet of Rodman and Barkley who would fight there own team for rebounds.
He was 190cm (6'3") by the time he was 13, 212cm (6'11") by age 16, and 218cm (7'2") by age 19. He ended up being around 220cm (7'3").
Began playing for USSR at age 16 (1973) Played in 1976 Olympics at age 19.
Best center of the 1979 European Championship
Had a major cut on his right hand before the 1980 Olympics and had to learn to use his left hand.
After 1987 Sabonis was the man in the middle. Sabonis made it back just in time for the 88 Olympics, but was not the athlete that he was before.
CSKA Moscow
1989: Retired due to a chronical back injuries
Soviet Union National Team -76-87
Olympic Games -76 (Bronze), 80 (Bronze), 88
World Championships -78 (Silver, 82 (Champion), 86 (Silver)
All-Europe Team -79, 82
European Championships -77 (Silver), 79 (Gold), 81 (Gold), 85 (Gold), 87 (Silver)
Head Coach:
2010-2011: Dnipro-DVUFK Dnepropetrovsk (UPBL) women team
Ukrainian UPBL Finalist -11
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