Terrance Campbell underpins Betis' direction of play

The American base signs for one season, after having played the last three in the Turkish Turk Telekom Ankara. He is the second baseman to arrive this summer after Mike Torres.


Coosur Betis and Terrance 'TJ' Campbell have reached an agreement whereby the American base joins the Betis discipline for the next season, the Sevillian club reported on Wednesday.

TJ Campbell (Phoenix, Arizona, 01/23/1988), 32 years old and 1.75 meters, arrives to lead the game of the Betic team, being a base with extensive experience who has played in recent years in France and Turkey, highlights the club in its statement.

The new Coosur Betis player was trained at the University of Portland, where he played between 2008 and 2010 and, after a brief stint at Melbourne Tigery and TED Kolejliler Ankara, played in the Development League with the Canton Charge (2011/12) and Las Vegas Summer League with Cleveland Cavaliers.

In 2012 he returned to Europe, specifically to the French Pro A, in the ranks of JDA Dijon Bourgogne, with which he averaged 11.3 points in his second season in the top flight of French basketball. In 2014, he signed for Nanterre, also from the French Pro A, and played in the Eurocup in the 2015/16 season, with almost 10 points and 3.6 assists on average per game.

His last four years have been spent in Turkey, first at Socar Petkimspor (2016/17) and later at Turk Telekom Ankara (2017-20), where in recent seasons he has moved around 40 percent of success since the three point line

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