The American point guard called to replace Jordan Bone at Vanoli Cremona will be officially announced in the next few hours.
This is a young man who graduated from college in 2021, Markus Zegarovsky, born in 98, with experience in G League, debuting in Europe, height 1.85 m, weight 82 kg, originally from Massachusetts.
He was drafted 49th overall in 2021 by the Brooklyn Nets after playing at Creighton College. However, his experience with the Nets ended at the 2021 NBA Summer League and his basketball career continued with the Long Island Nets, Windy City Bulls and Austin Spurs. It will now arrive in Europe in Vanoli Cremona.
After Bone’s departure, it was important for the Blue and White to round out the lineup with an American point guard, and the choice fell on the 25-year-old, who comes from a family of basketball players: his older brother is Michael Carter-Williams, NBA Rookie of the Year in 2014, his sister Massie plays in NCAA Division I basketball, and he has a twin brother, Max, who plays for Franklin Pierce University.
An announcement should come in the next few hours.
Meanwhile, the blue and white club have announced the condition of Wayne McCullough, who was released after suffering a sprained left ankle during Saturday’s Trofeo Lombardia match against Varese. His condition will be re-evaluated in a week.
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