Canada Basketballer of the Gießen 46ers oblige Kyan Anderson

14:35  02 august  2021
14:35  02 august  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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Just in time for training start, basketball Bundesliga club has completed his squad. As the Hesse announced on Monday, Kyan Anderson signed a two-year contract with the 46ers. The 29-year-old comes from the Hungarian team Falco KC Szombathely. In the Bundesliga, the Combo Guard was already gathering experiences in Bayreuth and Göttingen. "We were looking for an experienced guard," said Coach Pete Strobl. "We are glad that Kyan Anderson came across to us and look forward to working together," Coach Pete Strobl said.

Kyan Anderson (l) setzt sich durch gegen Crailsheims Jan Span. © Uwe Answach / DPA Kyan Anderson (L) commands against Crailsheim Jan Span.

Especially the contract period makes the sport director happy. "Quality, continuity and identification - especially on this significant position - we were very important to us. Now we are looking forward to the preparation goes out, "said Sebastian Schmidt. Together with the coach he convinced Anderson, who can play both as a Point Guard and as a Shooting Guard, from the project. "I want to help the team with my experience to help reach the set goals and growing step-by-step," said the American.

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