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Brock Motum, a finalist of the EuroLeague 2019 in reinforcement in Nanterre

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Tyler Stone stopped until the end of the season, Nanterre, in a difficult situation in Jeep ELITE, activated to find a replacement. It’s done. This weekend, the Hauts-de-Seine club obtained the agreement of The motion BROCK (2.08 m, 30 years old), after having thought to bring in the English pivot Gabriel Olaseni. Under contract until June 2022 with Galatasaray Istanbul, which he joined last summer, the Australian international has nothing more to play at the end of the season and has therefore just been loaned for the end of the season. in order to help Nanterre save its place in the Jeep ELITE.

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The native of Brisbane started his professional career at Virtus Bologna, after an NCAA course in Washington State from 2009 to 2013. Returning to the NBL, the Australian championship, in 2014-2015, he then spent two seasons at Zalgiris Kaunas , discovering the EuroLeague. Author of 10.8 points average at this level in 2016-2017, he then joined the Anadolu Efes Istanbul where his two exercises on site were completely different. If he was less responsible in 2018-2019 (11 minutes per game) than in 2017-2018 (18 minutes), he reached the 2019 final in Vitoria before committing to Valencia. At the end of the first year of his contract (5.9 points on average), the Spanish club released him and he therefore joined Galatasaray where he is productive (14.9 points with 52.9% success on shots including 47.2% on nearly 4 attempts per game, 4 rebounds and 1.9 assist in 31 minutes) in a team that disappointed (6 defeats in 6 BCL matches, 11 wins and 18 losses in the Turkish league).

Position 4 strong on the shots in reception or to attack the basket from the front with his left hand, it will represent a great added value for Pascal Donnadieu’s team at the end of the season (9v-13d), who took a huge breath of fresh air for the maintenance thanks to its narrow success against Le Portel Tuesday (76-75).

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