Nate Britt signs for Yoast United in Netherlands

Nate Britt has signed for Yoast United in the newly founded BNXT League, the new division will include the top-tiers of Dutch and Belgian basketball coming together. For all the latest breaking news on Tar Heels playing professionally overseas, follow @britishtarheel on Twitter and @britishtarheel on Instagram. Britt just finished his fourth season as a professional basketball player andContinue reading “Nate Britt signs for Yoast United in Netherlands”

Luke Maye close to signing for BAXI Manresa

Luke Maye is reportedly close to signing for BAXI Manresa in the Liga ACB according to EuroHoops sources. Maye’s new team play in the top-tier of Spanish basketball, as well as the Basketball Champions League. For all the latest breaking news on Tar Heels playing professionally overseas, follow @britishtarheel on Twitter and @britishtarheel on Instagram. Last season, Luke MayeContinue reading “Luke Maye close to signing for BAXI Manresa”

Ty Lawson signs for Kolossos Rhodes

Ty Lawson has signed for Kolossos Rhodes in the Greek Basket League, the top-tier of Greek basketball. For all the latest updates on Tar Heels playing professionally overseas, follow @britishtarheel on Twitter and @britishtarheel on Instagram. Ty Lawson has not played since leaving Fujian Sturgeons in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). Lawson was set toContinue reading “Ty Lawson signs for Kolossos Rhodes”

Brice Johnson signs for Toyama Grouses in Japan

Brice Johnson was one of the most dominant big-men to play in Chapel Hill and lots of fans will remember his time from 2012-2016. Now, Johnson is embarking on a new adventure in Toyama, Japan. For all the latest updates on Tar Heels playing professionally overseas, follow @britishtarheel on Twitter and @britishtarheel on Instagram. BriceContinue reading “Brice Johnson signs for Toyama Grouses in Japan”

Isaiah Hicks is staying in Seoul

Isaiah Hicks has signed with the Seoul Samsung Thunders for the second straight season. Hicks was the star player for the Korean Basketball League (KBL) team this past season, leading the team in PPG, RPG and BPG. Follow on Twitter at @britishtarheel for updates on Tar Heels Overseas. Hicks played 54 games for Seoul this season andContinue reading “Isaiah Hicks is staying in Seoul”

Justin Knox signs for San-en NeoPhoenix

Justin Knox has signed for San-en NeoPhoenix of the B-League 1, the top-tier of Japanese basketball. Knox was most recently playing in South Korea for Wonju Dongbu Promy. Follow @britishtarheel on Twitter for all updates on Tar Heels playing professional basketball overseas. Justin Knox was a Graduate Transfer at Carolina, after gaining his degree at the UniversityContinue reading “Justin Knox signs for San-en NeoPhoenix”

Deon Thompson signs for Leones de Ponce

Deon Thompson has signed for Leones de Ponce of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN), the top-tier of Puerto Rican basketball. Thompson has signed a contract from July to September/October depending on if the team reach the playoffs. Follow @britishtarheel on Twitter for all updates on Tar Heels playing professional basketball overseas. Thompson spoke to CeilingContinue reading “Deon Thompson signs for Leones de Ponce”

JP Tokoto is staying at Hapoel Tel Aviv

Jean-Pierre Tokoto was the human highlight film at the University of North Carolina and has since been stunning crowds with his athleticism and ability all over the world. According to @HapoelTLVBC on Twitter, JP Tokoto will be playing again for Hapoel Tel Aviv next season. Tokoto has played the 2020/21 season in Tel Aviv andContinue reading “JP Tokoto is staying at Hapoel Tel Aviv”

Tar Heels Overseas Update

All over the world, players are aiming for the postseason or for some their 2020/2021 season has come to an end. This update looks at the remaining Tar Heels playing in Europe and Asia. Read the latest on Joel Berry II and Luke Maye reaching the playoffs in their first seasons overseas, veteran Marcus GinyardContinue reading “Tar Heels Overseas Update”

James McAdoo signs extension at Hitachi Sun Rockers

James Michael McAdoo is a 2x NBA Champion and has been playing the past season in Japan for the Hitachi Shibuya Sun Rockers. McAdoo has agreed to his player option to sign an extension to remain in Shibuya for the 2020/21 season according to SLASH Sports and Entertainment. View this post on Instagram A postContinue reading “James McAdoo signs extension at Hitachi Sun Rockers”