Dynamo Moscow found a new point guard for the upcoming 2010-11 season, none other than Artur Urazmanov, who inked a one-year deal with the Russian side on Tuesday. Urazmanov (186, 22) arrives from Radnicki Kragujevac, where he averaged 3.3 points and 1.6 assists in 25 Adriatic League games last season. He helped Radnicki to reach the Serbian League semifinals. Urazmanov has also played for Unics, Avtodor Saratov, Samara and CSKA in his native Russia, Ventspils in Latvia and Lvovskaya Politekhnika Lvov in Ukraine. Urazmanov has also been a member of the Russian under-16, under-18 and under-20 national teams. He helped CSKA to win the 2005 Kamkabel International Junior Tournament at the Euroleague Final Four in Moscow, Russia. "Dynamo will not just be a club with Russian players, but with a good number of youngsters. Artur is a 23-year-old talented player that did not get a better chance due to the many foreigners in other Russian clubs," Dynamo general manager Gennady Drozdov said. "We would like Urazmanov to prove that he deserves to play for us. We will keep signing Russian players. Artur has a good chance to shine in our club."