Entertainment New Guard for Alba: Jayson Granger comes to the Spree

15:26  02 august  2020
15:26  02 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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basketball Bundesliga club ALBA Berlin confirmed Jayson Granger's commitment on Sunday afternoon. The Uruguayan international changes from the Spanish champions Vitoria to the capital and brings a lot of EuroLeague experience.

Trägt in der nächsten Saison das Jersey der Albatrosse: Guard Jayson Granger. © imago images Will wear the Albatross jersey next season: Guard Jayson Granger.

The 30-year-old guard receives a one-year contract for the albatrosses. Granger was previously in the service of the top clubs Efes Istanbul, Unicaja Malaga and Saski Baskonia, played in a total of 148 EuroLeague games. Granger missed most of the previous season due to a serious injury, but got fit in time for the ACB final tournament and helped his team to the Spanish championship.

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His old companion Himar Ojeda, sports director at Alba, is very happy about the new guard: "We are very happy that we were able to win a player with his quality for Alba. I already had sports director at Estudiantes Madrid worked with him. He was still a young player and we decided to go with him as a starting point guard. Since then Jayson has had a great career and has become a top player. "

"It wasn't a difficult decision"

Granger himself is looking forward to his next stop in Europe with anticipation: "Coming to Berlin was not a difficult decision for me at all. I like the Alba philosophy and the style that is played here , and I'm happy to continue playing in the EuroLeague. Very few can imagine how hard I have worked for my comeback last year, and that the first few games at the ACB tournament went well for me I have extra motivation for the upcoming tasks. I just love playing basketball and would do anything for it. I am very grateful for the trust Alba has in me and I am really looking forward to the coming season. "

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