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NBA player to open Hooters in Russia
Andrei Kirilenko, the National Basketball Association player known as AK-47, plans to open five Hooters franchise restaurants in his native Russia.
Salt Lake Tribune
Steve Luhm: Utah Jazz coach Jensen shaken by inaccurate murder story
In the previous few hours, Jensen received scores of emails and text messages with the unfathomable news that one of his former players - Quinton Ross - had been murdered.
Injuries mounting for Nets
In the process of riding Marcus Thornton's revenge game to a 104-89 win , the Nets lost two players to injury.
Andrei Kirilenko and a story of tolerance
Andrei Kirilenko comes from a nation without a history of tolerance towards gay people.
Don't Underestimate Andrei Kirilenko's Effect on Brooklyn Nets' Turnaround
In an offseason defined by historically lavish spending, the move that raised eyebrows for its under-budget price tag could wind up as the Brooklyn Nets ' savior.