Fedor Likholitov

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Fedor Likholitov
Personal information
Born (1980-03-14) March 14, 1980 (age 38)
St. Petersburg, Russian SFSR,
Soviet Union
Nationality Russian
Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Listed weight 257 lb (117 kg)
Career information
College VCU (1998–2002)
NBA draft 2002 / Undrafted
Playing career 2002–2015
Position Center
Career history
2002 SIG Strasbourg
2002–2004 Aris Thessaloniki
2004–2006 Dynamo Moscow
2006–2008 Triumph Lyubertsy
2008–2009 Ural Great
2009 UNICS Kazan
2009–2011 Beşiktaş
2011–2012 Krasnye Krylia
2013 Krasny Oktyabr
2013–2014 Avtodor Saratov
2014–2015 Krasny Oktyabr
Career highlights and awards

Fedor Likholitov (Russian: Фёдор Лихолитов; born March 14, 1980) is a Russian former professional basketball player.

Career[edit]

He grew up with Baltika St. Petersburg (Russia). He played college basketball at Virginia Commonwealth University (1998–2002).[1] In late April 2002, he moved to France and was signed by SIG Strasbourg. He moved to Greece for the 2002–03 season, and was signed by Aris Thessaloniki. He played there also the 2003-04 championship. He moved to Russia for the 2004–05 season, where he signed with Dynamo Moscow and played there also the 2005-06 championship. He was signed for the 2006–07 season by Dynamo Moscow Region, and he played there also the 2007–08 season though the team has changed its name to Triumph Lyubertsy. Likholitov signed for the 2008–09 season with Ural Great Perm, and signed for the 2009–10 season by UNICS Kazan. In December 2009, he moved to Turkey and signed with Beşiktaş.[2] In July 2011, he returned to Russia and signed with Krasnye Krylia.[3] He later also played with Avtodor Saratov and Krasny Oktyabr before finishing his career in 2015.

Russian national team[edit]

Likholitov has also been a member of the senior Russian national basketball team and he played at the EuroBasket 2003 and EuroBasket 2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ White, Jeff (July 18, 1999). "Rams' foreign asset". Richmond Times-Dispatch. Archived from the original on August 29, 1999. 
  2. ^ Fedor Likholitov inks for Besiktas
  3. ^ Krasnye Krylya Samara inks Fedor Likholitov

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