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Masha Kirilenko, wearing a "Scream" mask, spotted at a recent game of CSKA Moscow, the Russian team for which her husband Andrei now plays. (photo by CSKA Moscow)
Masha Kirilenko makes a bizarre appearance in Russia

If you're wondering what's become of Masha Kirilenko, the Russian pop singer/model and wife of former Utah Jazz forward Andrei Kirilenko, there has been a sighting -- and a rather bizarre one at that.

Andrei Kirilenko, who left the NBA when his contract with the Jazz ended last season, is playing for CSKA Moscow, one of the premiere teams of the Russian Basketball SuperLeague. He's doing pretty well, averaging 12.6 points and 2.2 blocks a game.

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Masha attends the games, as any supportive wife would. What most basketball wives don't do, and what Masha did recently, is show up wearing the ghostface mask from the "Scream" movies. This happened, according to CSKA Moscow's Twitter feed, when Andrei got an elbow in the eye in the third quarter of a recent game.

(H/T Deadspin.com)

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