Kyrylo Fesenko is one of those players that could, provided he is healthy, become an unstoppable force in Ukraine's frontcourt. Following his most recent national team venture to Lithuania back in 2011, Fes tried to make a comeback to the NBA with a few stints in the D-League, before heading back to Europe, where he seems to have settled, at least for now. Fesenko enjoyed a major role on BC Avtodor Saratov during the 2014/15 season, where he averaged more than 25 minutes per game in 26 VTB League contests, scoring 15.1 points and grabbing 8.9 rebounds (4th in the league). He made 64% of his two-point field goal attempts (3rd in the league) and led the league in offensive rebounds with 3.69 per game. Fesenko also averaged a double-double across 11 EuroChallenge games: 13.3 points and 10.1 boards. Fesenko's personal best in scoring during a EuroBasket event to date is 11 points in a loss to Slovenia in 2011, while his average was a mere 5 points per contest. However, expect his numbers to dramatically increase during the final stage in Riga. Fesenko signed with VTB League powerhouse Lokomotiv-Kuban in the off-season, which should now allow him to fully concentrate on EuroBasket.