Tomas Satoransky close to an agreement with Barcelona?


After spending the past six years in the NBA, the veteran goaltender Tomas Satoransky could return to Europe for the 2022/23 season.

According to a report by Aris Barkas of Eurohoops (Twitter link), Satoransky agrees to join Barcelona, ​​his former team in Spain. In a full story, Eurohoops’ Antigoni Zachari warns that no formal agreement is in place yet, although negotiations appear to be nearing the finish line.

Satoransky was a regular rotation player at Washington and Chicago from 2016-21 but has had a down year in 2021/22 after being sent to New Orleans as part of last summer. Lonzo Ball signature and exchange agreement. Satoransky was traded twice more during the season – first to Portland, then to San Antonio – and then signed with the Wizards after being waived by Spurs. In total, he appeared in 55 games for three teams, averaging 3.6 PPG and 3.3 APG on 0.377/0.208/0.796 shooting in 16.5 minutes per game.

Satoransky, 30, started playing professionally in the Czech Republic in 2007 and eventually moved to Spain, where he played for Sevilla from 2009-14 and Barcelona from 2014-16. He was named the most spectacular player in the Spanish League in 2016 before heading to the United States to join the Wizards later that year.

Satoransky has appeared in a total of 388 NBA regular-season contests (22.2 MPG) over the past six seasons, averaging 6.9 PPG and 4.1 APG with a .468 shooting line/ .354/.820.


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