Will Cummings emerges as the latest newcomer for Galatasaray

2024-07-07T14:54:22+00:00 2024-07-07T16:07:16+00:00.

Giannis Askounis

07/Jul/24 14:54


Additional boosts for numerous Basketball Champions League teams, including Galatasaray securing the services of Will Cummings

By Johnny Askounis/ info@eurohoops.net

Back in the Basketball Champions League after seven years and 18 appearances with Aris, 31-year-old Will Cummings joined Galatasaray. The Temple product followed Yaman Alisan, Roberts Blumbergs, Angel Delgado, David Efianayi, Ebuka Izundu, Otis Livingston II, and James Palmer Jr. as newcomers for the Lions this summer. The Istanbul outfit was drawn into Group D of the Regular Season alongside Promitheas, Rasta Vechta, and a Qualifiers winner.

Heading to Group E to face AEK Betsson, VEF Riga and a Qualifiers winner, Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan retained Benaya Srur for the next season. The 24-year-old center will debut in FIBA Europe’s top-tier club continental competition. Adam Ariel, Kendale McCullum, Yahel Melamed, and Itay Moshkovitz are also coming back. Drew Crawford, Roi Huber, and Amin Stevens are new players.

Looking for a place in the 2024-25 Regular Season through the Qualification Rounds, PAOK mateco added Jake Forrester on a one-year deal. The seventh summer signing following Frank Bartley IV, Cedric Henderson Jr., Dimitris Katsivelis, Rocky Kreuser, Kostas Papadakis, and Shavar Reynolds Jr. for new head coach Massimo Cancellieri.

Gediminas Orelik in the Qualifiers

After 29 appearances in the Champions League with Banvit and Umana Reyer Venice, 34-year-old Gediminas Orelik signed a two-year contract to strengthen the Qualifiers bid of Uniclub Casino – Juventus. He is teaming up with Laurynas Beliauskas, Sarunas Beniusis, Joe Chealey, Titas Didzgalvis, Karolis Lukosiunas, Ernestas Sederevicius, and Zygimantas Skucas.

Adding to 23 games played in the BCL, 30-year-old Yoeri Schoepen is coming back for Windrose Giants Antwerp. Newcomers Michael Flowers, Elias Lasisi, Arne Schrevens, and Kevin Tumba along with returning Vince Van Cleemput were previously confirmed for the next season.

After placing Keenon Cole, Nathan Dawit, Sebastian Forsling, Devonte Green, Pierre Hampton, Adam Ramstedt, Tim Schuberg, and Marcus Tyus on the roster, the Norrkoping Dolphins announced a two-year contract extension with head coach Kevin Taylor Lundgren.

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