It has been anticipated for a while but it looks like Andrey Vorontsevich has finally had his breakthrough season. There has never been a doubt about his great potential, desire to play basketball at the highest level possible and ability to have a great future, but he probably has always been regarded as a role player by CSKA head coaches. The course of Vorontsevich's career altered further with the arrival of Dimitris Itoudis to Moscow. The Greek coach has put a lot of trust in Andrey as the conductor of his ideas on the court. Vorontsevich also took advantage of Viktor Khryapa's absence at the beginning of the season and made a statement with his game: I want to be a leader of this team and carry it on my shoulders. CSKA then found a successful way into the Euroleague Final Four and won the VTB League with Vorontsevich named the best Russian player in the local competition. He averaged 9.1 points and 5.3 rebounds in the process. It's now time for the power forward to show up in the national team where's he been absent since Eurobasket 2011.