By Johnny Askounis/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Vitaly Fridzon completed his stint at Zenit Saint-Petersburg, the Russian team announced Thursday.
Fridzon, 35, inked a one-year contract last July to join Zenit and return to the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague for his ninth season. He averaged 1.2 points per game in a limited role.
After a lengthy run at Khimki including his first three EuroLeague seasons until 2013, he spent five years at CSKA Moscow and was crowned EuroLeague champion in 2016 before moving on to Lokomotiv Kuban from 2018 to 2020.
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