Unics Kazan
4 WHITE, JAMES United States of America Guard 2.01 1982
5 LANGFORD, KEITH United States of America Guard 1.93 1983
6 ZISIS, NIKOS Greece Guard 1.95 1983
10 BYKOV, SERGEY Russian Federation Guard 1.90 1983
11 LIKHODEY, VALERIY Russian Federation Forward 2.03 1986
12 PANIN, VADIM Russian Federation Guard 2.03 1984
13 SANIKIDZE, VIKTOR Georgia Forward 2.03 1986
15 GUBANOV, PETR Russian Federation Forward 2.06 1987
20 SOKOLOV, DMITRY Russian Federation Center 2.14 1985
21 KAIMAKOGLOU, KOSTAS Greece Forward 2.04 1983
22 ANTIPOV, PAVEL Russian Federation Forward 2.02 1991
33 KHABIROV, RUSLAN Russian Federation Guard 1.92 1991
40 FISCHER, D'OR United States of America Center 2.11 1981
41 VELISHAEV, KEMAL Russian Federation Guard 2.03 1993
55 JERRELLS, CURTIS United States of America Guard 1.85 1987
 Head Coach    
  PASHUTIN, EVGENY Russian Federation    

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Regular Season, Round 8 bwin MVP: D'or Fischer, Unics Kazan

With one of the finer performances seen in any Turkish Airlines Euroleague game this decade, center D'or Fischer continued his brilliant stretch of play for Unics Kazan and earned the bwin MVP award for Round 8 of the regular season. The veteran center was a difference-maker as Unics won its third game in a row by 68-72 on the road against Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari to move into a tie for third place in Group A.

Club info
Unics Kazan comes off a great season that saw the team come within one result the Eurocup crown. This season the club has a chance to do even more as it begins its campaign in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague qualifying rounds. Unics reached the Eurocup Finals sporting a 20-2 record, which helped Andrew Goudelock earn Eurocup MVP honors and Andrea Trinchieri to be chosen as the Eurocup Coach of the Year. Valencia Basket Club stopped Unics’s march to the title, but Unics bounced back by lifting the Russian Cup trophy and reaching the VTB League semifinals. Founded in 1991, Unics soon became the perfect ambassador for the sports-crazy Republic of Tatarstan in the Russian Federation and within a decade was challenging for titles. The club reached the Russian League finals in 2001 and 2002, the year in which it also made it to the Saporta Cup semifinals. Its hard work paid off in 2003, when Unics downed CSKA in overtime to lift the Russian Cup. In 2004, Kazan was home to the FIBA Europe League final four and Unics made the most of it by downing Maroussi to win its first continental title. Unics made its ULEB Cup debut in the 2005-06 season and already reached the semifinals the following year, before losing against Real Madrid. Unics also reached the 2008 ULEB Cup Final Eight. Everything clicked in the 2010-11 Eurocup as Unics won its regular season and Last 16 groups and swept its quarterfinal series. Once in the Finals, Unics thrashed Cedevita Zagreb in the semifinals and bested Cajasol Sevilla in the championship game. Marko Popovic amassed 18 points and 11 assists to earn Finals MVP honors. Unics made its Euroleague debut a successful one in 2011-12 season by going all the way to the playoffs. No longer satisfied with being near the top, expect Unics Kazan to challenge for plenty of silverware this season and try to reach the Euroleague through the qualifying rounds.
Trophy Case
Eurocup: 2010-11
FIBA Europe League: 2003-04
NEBL: 2002-03
Russian National Cup: 2003, 2009, 2014
President Eugeny Bogachev
Address Jalil Str. 7, 420111 Kazan, Russia
Spartakovskaya Street 1, 420107 Kazan, Russia
Tel. +7 8432 92 1655
Fax +7 8432 92 4118