Point guard Shane Larkin, who spent last season with the Boston Celtics, is signing overseas with Andolu Efes according to David Pick. The 1-year deal will pay Larkin $1.8 million next season.
Celtics free agent Guard Shane Larkin confirms to me that he is leaving the NBA to sign a $1.8M, one-year offer sheet with Anadolu Efes.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) July 26, 2018
The Turkish club also confirmed the singing via their Twitter.
Amerikal? oyun kurucu Shane Larkin ile 1 y?ll?k sözle?me imzalad?k! #Welcome Shane! #GücünüOrtayaKoy pic.twitter.com/xirFA4bBwn
— Anadolu Efes SK (@AnadoluEfesSK) July 26, 2018
Larkin, a former first-round pick from the University of Miami (FL), played in the NBA for four seasons – all with different teams. He was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks and promptly traded on draft night to the Dallas Mavericks.
As a member of the Celtics last season, Larkin was the third-string point guard behind Terry Rozier and Kyrie Irving. After Irving went down with a knee injury, Larkin’s role expanded. For his career, Shane Larkin averaged 5.5 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game.
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