Guard / Forward Levi Randolph (29, 1.98), the king of the BCL's baskets last season, signed with Hapoel Jerusalem for one season with an option for another season.
Randolph is considered a very diverse swingman, scorer and tough guard.
Last season he showed excellent ability in the Belgian Ostend uniform, won the MVP title of the Belgian-Dutch league with 15.1 points and 43% off the arc, and finished the Champions League as the king of baskets with 18.1 points per game and 41% for three.
Hapoel Jerusalem coach Alexander Djikic said: "We believe Levi will be an important part of our team.
We love what it brings to the table, which is high energies and a huge push for competitiveness.
He is a player who will give us added value on both sides of the field.
Welcome to Hapoel, Levi! '
Levi Randolph said: 'I'm excited to be a part of a club I've heard so many good things about from so many people I have worked with.
I know I'm coming to a team with a rich history and wonderful fans that I've already had time to see how they light up the arena, I'm definitely excited for the first meeting with them.
I look forward to a great season in Jerusalem and thank you for the opportunity I was given.
Come on hapoel!".
Randolph, a graduate of Alabama College (15.3 points per game in senior year), proved himself a versatile scorer wherever he went.
He began his professional career in the Boston Development League in the G-League, where he scored 14.8 points and 40% beyond the arc.
In his rookie season in Europe he played in the Italian Abelino, where he excelled in the Champions League in the 16-17 season, with 12.6 points and a steal and a half per game.
In the Italian league he sniped almost 44% off the arc.
The following season began in Sassari and moved to French side Strasbourg.
In 2018, Randolph returned to the G-League and in three seasons on the Cleveland development team averaged about 15 points, more than 40 percent for 3, nearly 5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and more steals per game.
In 2020, he returned overseas, to the New Zealand Breakers, and under the guidance of Dan Shamir and Modi Maor, he also continued to be a safe bet with 14.8 points per game.
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