Juan Toscano-Anderson Returns to City Captains of Mexico to Finish G-League Season

Juan Toscano-Anderson Returns to City Captains of Mexico to Finish G-League Season

Juan Toscano-Anderson played the last few months with the Sacramento Kings, an NBA team, but the dream came to an end for the Mexican, who will return to the G-League (development league) with the City Captains of Mexico to face the last stretch of the regular season.

Juan Toscano returns to Captains of the CDMX

The Capitanes announced the hiring this Wednesday in a press release in which they revealed that the Mexican will be on the team for the remainder of the 2023-2024 season of the NBA Development League.

“With the experience and talent of Juan Toscano-Anderson back on the roster, Capitanes will seek to stay within the top six of the Western Conference to qualify for the G-League Playoffs for the first time,†dictates the statement of the Mexican’s return.

Before leaving for the Kings, Juan Toscano-Anderson averaged 19.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists in 11 games.

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Toscano-Anderson’s time in the NBA

Toscano, NBA champion in 2022 with the Golden State Warriors, was one of the two Mexicans participating this year in the best basketball championship in the world along with Jaime Jáquez Jr., who plays for the Miami Heat.

The Oakland native, but with a Mexican mother, played 11 games with the Capitanes in 2023, until he was signed by the Kings in December.

With Sacramento, Toscano participated in 11 games, the last one on January 12, in which he had output numbers of 0.6 points, 1.3 rebounds and 0.4 assists with 4.8 minutes per game.

Without being able to establish himself with the Kings, Toscano will return to the Capitanes, where he has shown his best level in recent years and with whom he dreams of qualifying for the ‘playoffs’ with almost a month remaining. regular season.

The CDMX franchise is in fourth place in the Western Conference in the G-League, among the six teams that will advance to the postseason.

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2024-02-22 01:16:00
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