By Johnny Askounis/ [email protected]
Suleiman Braimoh has signed a one-year contract with Hereda San Pablo Burgos, as reported by our own Chema de Lucas.
Braimoh, 31, has been part of the Basketball Champions League the last three seasons, debuting with Enisey in 2017-18 and the last two years playing with Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem. His third team is the back-to-back champion of FIBA’s premier European club competition.
His most recent BCL campaign was limited to six games as Hapoel Jerusalem suffered an early exit. The incoming Burgos star put up 14.7 points. 6.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 0.8 steals, and 0.3 blocks per game.
The former Rice standout has been moving around since launching his pro career in 2011. Apart from Israel and Russia, mentioned above, he has displayed his talents in France, Germany, New Zealand, Japan, Mexico, and Qatar.
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