Ukrainian defender “Charlotte” Svyatoslav Mikhailyuk helped his team defeat “Dallas” (117:109) in the regular season of the National Basketball Association. The leader of the Ukrainian national basketball team came out in the starting lineup and scored 13 points.
For the 25-year-old Ukrainian, this is the first start in 15 months. For the last time from the first minutes, a pupil of the Cherkasy Monkeys school went to the game on December 28 as part of Toronto for the match against Cleveland. Then Mikhailyuk played 35 minutes, during which he scored 10 points and made 5 rebounds.
Mikhailyuk played 36 minutes, shooting 3/5 three-pointers and 4/5 free throws, collected 4 rebounds, gave 3 assists with 2 losses and 5 fouls. Plus or minus was +10.
For our basketball player, 36 minutes is a season record for time spent on the floor. Before that, the record was 30 minutes in a match against New Orleans.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS reported, on February 11, Svyatoslav became part of an exchange between Portland, Philadelphia and Charlotte – Matisse Tybull moved to Portland, Jaylen McDaniels went to Philadelphia, and Mikhailyuk went to Charlotte.
Note that in the previous match for the “Charlotte” Holidays set a personal record performance of the season, gaining 15 points against the “Pelicans”.
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