Zenit extends big man Landry for another year

Jun 04, 2016 by Eurocupbasketball.com Print
Zenit extends big man Landry for another year
Zenit St. Petersburg continues to do early work in building its roster for the next Eurocup campaign, after extending contract for another season with its center Kyle Landry. The big man who has been with the club for the past four seasons, Landry (2.07 meters, 30 years old) had his season cut short by an Achilles injury in December. In eight Eurocup games prior to that, he posted 10.9 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1.3 steals, and was one of key players for Zenit in winning regular season Group E. Landry previously played professionally with Sportina in Poland, briefly with Mons in Belgium, and a pair of seasons with Prostejov in Czech Republic. Landry is the second core player from this season that Zenit has decided to sign to a contract extension, after agreeing to terms with sharpshooter and team's best scorer Ryan Toolson.