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Fenerbahce Beko announced Wednesday that they parted ways with Jehyve Floyd, who joined the squad this past season.
Floyd turned professional in 2019 and competed for the first time in Europe for the Greek side Larissa before moving to Israel with Hapoel Galil Gilboa in the 2020-21 season. In 2021-22, he joined Panathinaikos and ultimately moved to Fenerbahce in the middle of the season.
He averaged 3.4 points and 2 rebounds across 14 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague games with Fenerbahce, while in 12 Turkish BSL contests, he had an average of 4.8 points and 3.3 rebounds.
Fenerbahce recently parted ways also with long-term loyal Jan Vesely and announced the additions of head coach Dimitris Itoudis with a three-year deal, as well as bigs Johnathan Motley and Samet Geyik.
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