Erick Green inks a short-term contract with Hapoel Holon

2022-09-29T12:38:07+00:00 2022-09-29T12:38:07+00:00.

Giannis Askounis

29/Sep/22 12:38

Injury relief for Basketball Champions League outfit Hapoel Holon in the form of heavy hitter Erick Green

By Johnny Askounis/

Erick Green entered the Basketball Champions League penning a deal with Hapoel Holon.

Green, 31, signed a three-month contract. With experience competing in the NBA and in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague and 7DAYS EuroCup as well, he will debut in the BCL. The Israeli club was back in the market looking for a new player after recently announcing C.J. Harris will be out for two to three months due to a left knee injury. Shahar Amir, Frederic Bourdillon, Harel Dadon, Hayden Dalton, Shawn Dawson, Chris Johnson, Marvin Jones, Kenny Kadji, Niv Misgav, and Joe Ragland shape the squad for the Winner League reigning champions guided by specialist Guy Goodes.

Detroit-born Wes Clark was a late arrival for Limoges CSP. He came in as an injury replacement for Bryce Jones, who will be sidelined for a minimum of four weeks with a thigh injury. Darrin Govens, Jayvon Graves, Javontae Hawkins, Nicolas Lang, Desi Rodriguez, Gavin Schilling, Lucas Ugolin, Mathieu Wojciechowski, and Will Yeguete make out the remainder of the roster of the team coached by Italian tactician Massimo Cancellieri.

Meanwhile, Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari dealing with the injury of Estonian Kaspar Treier confirmed 33-year-old guard Tommaso Raspino as a member of the 2022-23 squad. He was initially signed to take part in the training camp. Eimantas Benzdius, Piero Bucchi, Massimo Chessa, Giacomo Devecchi, Ousmane Diop, Chris Dowe, Luca Gandini, Stefano Gentile, Jamal Jones, Filip Kruslin, Chinanu Onuaku, and Gerald Robinson are additionally registered by the Italian outfit.

Also, VEF Riga added 33-year-old swingman Jamar Abrams to replace Gerry Blakes. Artis Ate, Roberts Berzins, Nysier Brooks, Ilja Gromovs, Maris Gulbis, Daniel Hamilton, Emils Krumins, Anrijs Miska, Alberts Putans, Kristers Zoriks, and Vitaliy Zotov were already in for the Latvian side.