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Monaco ink Ibrahima Fall Faye

Ibrahima Fall Faye is a new player of AS Monaco, the french team announced.

The 24 year old big man spent the first part of the season in Belgium with Port of Antwerp Giants, where he averaged 15.1 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in Eurocup.

Nikola Radicevic signs with Trefl Sopot

Nikola Radicevic signed a contract until the end of the season with Trefl Sopot, the polish team announced.
The serbian guard started the season in Greece with Promitheas, where he averaged 5.5 points and 3 assist per game in Eurocup.

Monaco ink Branden Frazier

Branden Frazier is a new player of Monaco, the french team announced.

The pointguard was playing in the Turkish Super League this season for Fethiye Belediyespor (12.1 pts, 5.2 assists, 2.7 rebounds, 41% FG, 33% 3P, 86% FT).

Beka Burjanadze, Herbalife Gran Canaria part ways

Herbalife Gran Canaria and Beka Burjanadze have agreed to part ways.
The player asked to leave the club for personal reasons.
Burjanadze was averaging 5.6 points and 3 rebounds in ACB.

Jacob Wiley joins Casademont Zaragoza on loan until end of season

Jacob Wiley signed an agreement with Casademont Zaragoza until the end of the season, on loan from Herbalife Gran Canaria.
The big man averaged 10.2 points and 4.6 rebounds in 18 games with Gran Canaria.

Arged BSLAM Stal signs Denzel Andersson

Denzel Andersson is a new player of Arged BSLAM Stal, the polish team announced.
The swedish power forward started the year in Italy with Varese (3ppg, 2.5rpg), then played 6 games for BC Lulea in Sweden.

Rodney Purvis joins King Szczecin

King Szczecin announced the signing of Rodney Purvis.

Purvis has played in the Italian Serie A2 this season, averaging 15 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game for Bergamo Basket.

Ian Miller reportedly joining Cholet

American guard Ian Miller is close to joining Cholet Basket, as reported by Théo Quintard of Ouest France. Miller last played for Promitheas Patras, where he averaged 15.6 points per game in the EuroCup.

This will be his third club in France, after previously playing for Gravelines-Dunkerque and Roanne.

Source: Ouest France.

Kassius Robertson Returns to the River Lions

The Niagara River Lions announced today the re-signing of 6’3 guard, Kassius Robertson for the 2021 Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) season. Robertson is currently playing for Rio Natura Monbus Obradoiro in the Liga Endesa in Spain.

The Toronto native has been part of the River Lions since the inaugural CEBL season in 2019, but only had a brief stint of seven games with the team before being invited to play for the Charlotte Hornets in the NBA Summer League. During the 2020 CEBL Summer Series, while suited up for a second season with the River Lions, Robertson averaged 14.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game.

With Monbus Obradoiro, Robertson is currently averaging 14.4 points and 2.5 assists per game. He was named Canada Basketball’s Player of the week this past October, as well as voted Player of the Month (MVP) of the team for the month of December after scoring 37 points in one game and setting a new club record in points scored.

David Kramer joins Bayern Munich

The Bayern Basketball team has become active on the transfer market: David Kramer, former BBL pro in Ulm and most recently under contract in the NBA G-League, has signed with the Munich team until the end of the season. The 24-year-old German-Austrian, who had a stint in the the German national team just over two years ago, is already in Munich and has completed the obligatory tests. The guard will wear jersey number 3.

David Kramer
“I’m very happy to get this opportunity with Bayern. I’m looking forward to the BBL and it has always been my dream to be able to prove myself in the EuroLeague. America was a great experience for me, despite the injury right at the beginning and the Corona crash last year. I think I progressed there as a person and as a basketball player.”

The Bayern Basketball team has become active on the transfer market: David Kramer, former BBL pro in Ulm and most recently under contract in the NBA G-League, has signed with the Munich team until the end of the season. The 24-year-old German-Austrian, who had a stint in the the German national team just over two years ago, is already in Munich and has completed the obligatory tests. The guard will wear jersey number 3.

David Kramer
“I’m very happy to get this opportunity with Bayern. I’m looking forward to the BBL and it has always been my dream to be able to prove myself in the EuroLeague. America was a great experience for me, despite the injury right at the beginning and the Corona crash last year. I think I progressed there as a person and as a basketball player.”

Born in Slovakia, Kramer has German citizenship (his father is German-Slovakian) but initially grew up in Austria, where he also played for the national U16 team. In Ulm, his initial focus was on the ProB team (Weißenhorn, now OrangeAcademy), which he helped lead to the championship in 2016/2017 as “youngster of the season.” In the following year, he scored just under 17 points per game in the ProA and, in parallel, finally gained a foothold in the BBL squad.

For the German teams, he played in the 2015 European U18 Championship and the 2017 European U20 Championship (12.3 ppg, 7th place). In the senior national team, he made his only appearance so far against Estonia in December 2018.

DAVID KRaMER
*January 14, 1997, Myjava/SVK.

Shooting Guard – 6ft5 – 200 lb

Until 2013: Oberwart Gunners (AUT))

2014 – 2019: Ratiopharm Ulm, Weissenhorn Youngstars/OrangeAcademy

7/2019: Phoenix Suns (NBA Summer League)

2019 – 2020: Nothern Arizona Suns (NBA G-League)

until 2/2021: Austin Spurs (NBA G-League)

Awards/Achievements:

ProB Championship 2017

ProB “Youngster of the Season” 2016/2017

Source: Bayern Munich.

Mouhammad Faye joins Boulazac

Mouhammad Faye has signed a deal with Boulazac of the French Jeep Elite.
The big man will replace the injured Jeff Morency.
Faye has started the season in Greece with Promitheas.

Alba Berlin signs Christ Koumadje

Christ Koumadje is a new player of Alba Berlin.
The 221cm big man spent last season with Delaware Blue Coats and was named Defensive Player of the Year in G League.
The center can play in both Bundesliga and EuroLeague.

Koumadje has played with Estudiantes and Avtodor this season.

Aleksej Nikolic joins Gravelines-Dunkerque

Aleksej Nikolic haș reached an agreement with Gravelines-Dunkerque.
The Slovenian point guard comes from Partizan Belgrade.

 

DJ Cooper reportedly signing with Dnipro

DJ Cooper is heading to Dnipro to replace Pooh Jeter.
The point guard returned to action this season after a few years off due to a doping suspension.
Cooper has played in France early this season and the moved to Poland but his contract was voided.

Thomas Heurtel joins Asvel Villeurbanne

Thomas Heurtel is officially a new player of Asvel Villeurbanne.
The French point guard penned a deal for the remainder of the season with team with the goal to win Jeep Elite and the domestic cup.

Heurtel will not play in EuroLeague.

Casademont Zaragoza reportedly targets Jacob Wiley

Casademont Zaragoza targets Jacob Wiley.

Jacob Wiley ended his experience with Gran Canaria in december but played last four games with North Macedonia in February.