BNXT League

Taren Sullivan completes Hammers selection

Landstede Hammers have signed Taren Sullivan. The 26-year old American played for Artland Dragons last season, playing on the second level of Germany. With the arrival of the 1.98 metres tall forward, the selection of the team from Zwolle is complete.

Sullivan played in the United States for two years in the NBA G-League. In the 2018/2019 season, the forward was part of the Stockton Kings, for whom he averaged 6.6 points per game and 3.5 rebounds per game in 47 games. A year later, Sullivan wore the jersey of Birmingham Squadron and for that team he played 33 games, before leaving for Rivers Hoopers from Nigeria a year later. Last season, the American played for Artland Dragons, a second-division team from Germany. He averaged 10.9 points per game and added an average of 3.6 rebounds.

Aleksandar Todorov, general manager of the Hammers, is happy with the arrival of Sullivan. “Taren is a nice addition to the group that was already there. He brings some experience with him and developed well in Germany last season. We think Taren can also be of value in the BNXT League,” said the manager, who is pleased that the selection has been completed at an early stage. “There is a nice, talented and, in our opinion, balanced selection. We start the new season in a month’s time and we are looking forward to it. The first training is on Monday 22 August at 17:00.”


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