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Evgeniy Pashutin
Position(s) Guard
Jersey #(s) 7
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 209 lb (95 kg)
Born June 2, 1969 (1969-06-02) (age 40)
Sochi, Russia
Career information
Year(s) 1990–2003
Professional team(s)
Career stats (NBA and/or ABA)
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Career highlights and awards
  • 5x Russian Basketball Super League Champion (2003 as player), (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 as assistant coach)
  • 1x Junior Euroleague Tournament Champion (2004 as coach)
  • 2005 U-20 European Champion (as coach)
  • 1x Russian Junior League Champion (2004 as coach)
  • 2x Euroleague Champion (2006, 2008 as assistant coach)
  • 3x Russian Cup Winner (2005, 2006, 2007 as assistant coach)
Coaching

Eugeny Pashutin (born June 2, 1969 in Sochi, Russia) is a retired Russian basketball player and current coach of the U-20 Russian National basketball team and head coach of CSKA Moscow.

Playing career

Pashutin has played in five teams during his career but hasn't won any major title. His only title as a player is the Russian Basketball Super League title in 2003 with CSKA Moscow.

Coaching

Pashutin's first award as a coach came in 2004 when he and his junior team CSKA Moscow won the Junior Euroleague title. Months later he won the Russian Junior League. After the 2003-2004 season ended, Pashutin became the head coach of the U-20 Russian National Team. After an impressive season with the CSKA junior team, Pashutin became the assistant coach in the professional CSKA team to Ettore Messina. In the 2005 season CSKA won the Russian Cup and the Russian Super League. In the summer of 2005, Pashutin eventually won the 2005 U-20 European Championships and the next season CSKA won the Euroleague, Russian Cup, and Russian Super League titles. In the 2006-2007 season CSKA were the runner-ups in the Euroleague but won the both the Russian Cup and Russian Super League titles. In 2008, CSKA again won the Euroleague title and the Russian Super League titles but didn't win the Russian Cup and were the runner-ups.

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