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Former NBA pro Jonas Jerebko has left CSKA Moscow three months after his controversial move to the Russian capital.

The change proved to be “difficult in several ways” for the Swede, the basketball club said.

Jonas Jerebko: Change became a political issue
The 35-year-old with Russian roots – father Chris was Russian-American and had settled in Sweden because of his own basketball career – had moved to Moscow in the middle of the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine and was then excluded from the Swedish national team. His departure from CSKA does not change this decision, the Swedish association SBBF said on Saturday.

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The 2.08 meter tall Jerebko, so far the only Swede in the NBA, has been without a club since January 2021 after a two-year engagement with CSKA local rivals BK Chimki and, despite the political situation, decided to continue his engagement in the Russian capital.

CSKA was excluded from the EuroLeague as a result of the sanctions, and German national player Johannes Voigtmann left the club.

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Between 2009 and 2018, winger Jerebko played 635 times in the NBA – six years with the Detroit Pistons, then with the Boston Celtics, the Utah Jazz and most recently with the newly crowned champions Golden State Warriors around Steph Curry.

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