Sport Göttingen basketball players bring Latvians Rihards Lomazs

16:05  24 january  2021
16:05  24 january  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Hayley Moore named AHL VP of hockey operations

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Rihards Lomažs (born April 13, 1996) is a Latvian professional basketball player for ASVEL of the LNB Pro A

Get the latest Rihards Lomazs basketball news, scores, stats, standings, rosters and more from Rihards Lomazs . Rihards Lomazs . [pb- player id="57186"]. Rihards Lomazs to join ASVEL. The Latvian to join the French team for next season.

The BG Göttingen has strengthened itself with the Latvian national player Rihards Lomazs. The 24-year-old comes from the French Euroleague club Asvel Villeurbanne and, according to the Bundesliga basketball team, will receive a contract from Sunday until June 30, 2022. «Rihards is a very good thrower and despite his only 24 years an experienced player who is already has been operating on the European stage for several years, ”said Göttingen's trainer Roel Moors about the Guard. Lomazs has to go into quarantine after his arrival in Göttingen and is only allowed to start team training after two negative PCR tests for the corona virus.

Ein Ball in der Hand eines Spielers. © Robert Michael / dpa / Symbolbild A ball in the hand of a player.

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