Yulian Radionov

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Yulian Radionov
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Personal information
Born (1979-07-01) July 1, 1979 (age 37)
Burgas, Bulgaria
Nationality Bulgarian
Listed height 6 ft 1.5 in (1.87 m)
Listed weight 178 lb (81 kg)
Career information
Playing career 1997–2013
Position Point guard
Number 7
Career history
As player:
1997–1998 BC Chernomorets
1998–2000 BC Spartak Pleven
2000–2001 Euroins Cherno More
2001–2005 Lukoil Academic
2005–2008 BC Levski Sofia
2008–2009 Euroins Cherno More,
2009–2013 BC Yambol
As coach:
2013–2015 BC Yambol

Yulian Radionov (Bulgarian: Юлиян Радионов) (born July 1, 1979) is a retired Bulgarian professional basketball player and former head coach of BC Yambol in the Bulgarian League. He was playing as a point guard. He is well known as Yuli among his team mates.

Biography[edit]

Yuli was born in Burgas, and began his career on the local team - BC Chernomorets. He was a national player and one of the best point guards in Bulgaria and he played at EuroBasket 2005.[1] Unfortunately, because of injuries he has missed a lot of matches for Bulgaria's national team.

After leaving BC Chernomorets he played for PBC Lukoil Academic, BC Levski Sofia, BC Spartak Pleven, Euroins Cherno More, and BC Yambol.[2] He revived his career after signing with BC Yambol and became one of their leaders, playing alongside Dimitar Angelov and Stanislav Govedarov.

2009/2010[edit]

He has played 35.1 minutes average per 30 games and made 2.5 steals(74 steals in total),[3] which makes him the best stealer in NBL.[4] His most memorable game in this season was in double overtime win (114-112) against Levski . For 50 minutes, without being substitute, his stats were 27 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assist.[5]

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