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Dwight Buycks will continue his career in France as he penned a deal with Nanterre 92, the club announced. He will fill up the vacancy left by Dallas Moore who is leaving the team for China and the Guangzhou Long Lions.
The 31-year-old American guard spent the last season between China and Greece. He played only three games for Olympiacos while for Shenzen, he averaged 20.7 points over 26 games.
Buycks played in France before as he had a one-year run with Gravelines-Dunkerque back in the 2012-13 campaign. That was a great season for him, winning the Leaders Cup as well as being named the MVP and an All-Star.
He also played in Belgium, Spain and had multiple stints in China while his NBA experience includes a total of 49 games split between Toronto, Lakers and Detroit.