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Kšyštof Lavrinovič
The Lavrinovič brothers.
The Lavrinovič brothers.
Position Forward-Center
Height 6 ft 10.75 in (2.10 m)
Weight 255 lb (116 kg)
League Italian League
Euroleague
Team Montepaschi Siena
Number 8
Born November 1, 1979 (1979-11-01) (age 30)
Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Lithuania Lithuania
Pro career 1996–present
Former teams Alita Alytus (1996-02)
Ural Great Perm (2002-04)
Dynamo Moscow (2004-05)
UNICS Kazan (2005-07)
Awards All-Euroleague Second Team 2008

Kšyštof Lavrinovič (Polish: Krzysztof Ławrynowicz) (born November 11, 1979 in Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union) is a Polish[1]-Lithuanian professional basketball player. He plays at the power forward and center positions. He is 2.10 m (6'10 ¾") in height. He is a member of the Polish minority in Lithuania, and along with his twin brother, Darjuš Lavrinovič, he played with UNICS Kazan in the Russian Superleague as well as with the Lithuanian national basketball team. He is currently with the pro club Montepaschi Siena.

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Teams

Lithuanian national team

Medal record
Competitor for  Lithuania
FIBA European Championship
Gold 2003 Sweden National Team
Bronze 2007 Spain National Team

Lavrinovič has also been a member of the senior Lithuanian national basketball team. With Lithuania's national team he has played at the: EuroBasket 2003, the 2004 Summer Olympics, the EuroBasket 2005, the 2006 FIBA World Championship, the EuroBasket 2007, the 2008 Summer Olympics, and the EuroBasket 2009. He helped Lithuania win the gold medal at the EuroBasket 2003 and the bronze medal at the EuroBasket 2007.

Career achievements

Personal

His wife is the 2004 Miss Russia, Tatyana Sidorchuk.[2] In 1999, Lavrinovič was sent to prison in Pravieniškės, Lithuania on rape charges.[3]

Notes

  1. ^ Tygodnik.lt Parents of the Lawrynowicz brothers are very proud that their sons are first Poles to cap for the Lithuanian national basketball team
  2. ^ Tygodnik.lt
  3. ^ RealGM: Wiretap Archives: Raptors Considering Lavrinovic.

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