Golden State Warriors: How Addition of Kyrylo Fesenko Helps Team

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Golden State Warriors: How Addition of Kyrylo Fesenko Helps Team
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On December 27, the Golden State Warriors signed center Kyrylo Fesenko, who played the last four seasons for the Utah Jazz.

Fesenko was a backup for Jazz center Mehmet Okur during his tenure, and when Okur, who is now on the New Jersey Nets, went down with an injury, Fesenko saw increased minutes.

After receiving a six-year, $54 million extension from the Warriors, Andris Biedrins has disappointed the team, averaging only five points and around eight rebounds a contest. He seems to have gotten out to a quick start this season, making all five of his shots, en route to 10 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in the loss to the Clippers on opening day.

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