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Barnies continues Pro Basketball Career in Hungary

Postby MattyB » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:35 am

Troy Barnies again in Pakson!

Last summer's turn seems to turn over to Troy Barnies in this off-season as the second ex-solenoid dresses again in red and blue. Of course, our Pacha fans are remembering our recent certification, as it was just a year ago certified by Szolnok. Three-and-a-half-placed, two-meter high US 13 points and 6 rebounds averaged two years ago, while in the lessons of the behind-the-glass season we scored 11 points on average and 5.5 rebounds in the championship. In the colors of the Szolnok team this year, Hungarian Cups won silver.

Team Leader Jan Pavlik commented on the justification: "Welcome Pakson Troy again, we trust that it will be an important part of both the pitch and the pitch. It is a multiplayer, experienced, experienced player who can help our team in many ways. Good luck for him and of course the ASE team! "

Teo Cizmic also talked a bit about Barnies: "I believe we have been able to prove the excellent player in Troy, who knows the Hungarian championship well. I've talked to him several times, he is very motivated."

http://kosarlabda.ase.hu/index.php/109- ... visszatert (Turn Translation on)

Troy's Announcement from his Instagram Page:

Happy to announce for my 7th season as a professional, I will be returning to Atomerőmű SE férfi kosárlabda in the Hungarian Basketball League! Excited to get between the lines again and fight with my guys!
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Re: Barnies continues Pro Basketball Career in Hungary

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jul 29, 2017 5:05 am

Former UMaine basketball player Troy Barnies to stay in Europe

HUNGARY - In 2007, Troy Barnies was named Mr. Maine Basketball for his outstanding performance as a senior with the Edward Little Red Eddies. He would ultimately go from there to the University of Maine, where he would sustain himself as a quality America East hand who showed the potential to play professionally.

Not long after that, Barnies would find himself playing in Europe, and he's been there ever since 2011. Now, it appears he'll be there even longe

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