Jonah Radebaugh leaves Galatasaray and joins Murcia

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Nikola Miloradovic

23/Feb/24 13:06

Radebaugh is leaving Turkey but staying in the Basketball Champions League

By Eurohoops team /

American-born naturalized Montenegrin guard Jonah Radebaugh officially left the Turkish outfit Galatasaray Ekmas but will continue playing in the Basketball Champions League.

As first reported by Chema de Lucas, and officially confirmed, Radebaugh returned to Spain to play for another Round of 16 BCL participant, UCAM Murcia, signing a deal until June 2025.

The 26-year-old joined Galatasaray last summer after spending a season in Valencia, playing EuroLeague. During his stay in Istanbul, he accumulated 11 BCL appearances, averaging 6.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.1 assists. In his 16 TBSL appearances, Radebaugh had 7.9 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per match.

The two sides eventually mutually agreed to part ways, and Radebaugh returned to Spain with Murcia. The American left the 0-3 Round of 16 BCL team in Galatasaray and joined the team in pole position to advance to the Quarterfinals, as Murcia is 3-0 in Group L.

He started his professional career with the Swedish club Koping Stars in 2020 but soon joined the German Riesen Ludwigsburg. Playing for the BBL outfit, he was chosen in the All-Champions League First Team in 2022.