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The guard who starred in Turkey moved to the Basques. The citizen is interested in joining the national team, but in the meantime Euroleague teams are not releasing players

Summary: Real Madrid - Gran Canaria 85:105 (Sport1)

After Yam Medar, Tamir Blat and Yuval Sussman - Israel has another legionnaire in the Euroleague.

The naturalized Max Heidegger, who also previously played for the Israeli national team, signed today (Saturday) with Baskonia after a great start to the season in the Turkish center Fendi.

In the last few days it was reported that the Basques will pay the Turks a release fee of 120,00, and now he will step into the shoes of the center Pieria Henry who was suspended due to a scandal surrounding a drug test he conducted.

The guard was supposed to join the Israeli national team in about a few weeks and serve as its citizen in the last games in the World Championship qualifiers.

On the part of the player there is a desire to come, but the game against Finland conflicts with the Euroleague game of his new team, and currently Euroleague teams do not release players for the national team games.

In such a situation, the team will have to find another citizen for the meetings against Finland and Slovenia


Heidegger (25, 1.90) experienced an excellent season at center Pandi, and he was ranked third in the table of the king of baskets of the Turkish league with 19.5 points per game and fourth among the givers of assists (6.3).

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Source: walla

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