Kwan Cheatham stays at Fuenlabrada for one more season

Fuenlabrada continues to shore up the squad for next season and does so by staying with one of the centers that he signed in the middle of the last season.

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Urbas Fuenlabrada has extended the contract of US power forward Kwan Cheatham for next season, the fourth renewal of the players who kept the team in the Endesa League last season after those of Congolese Christian Eyenga, Brazilian Leo Meindl and Serbian Jovan Novak.

Cheatham, a 25-year-old, 2.06-meter interior who arrived at Fuenlabrada in January and has since offered an average of 7 points and 2.7 rebounds in 19 minutes per game, will continue to provide work on the inside and success from the line of goal. three points, in which an average effectiveness of 39.7%.

The player had been included in the right of first refusal by the Madrid club, which has also put Canadian center Kyle Alexander, American point guard Melo Trimble and Nigerian guard Obi Emegano in that condition, for which he will have the option to match any offer let another ACB club do them.

Cheatham's is the fourth renewal after those of Eyenga, Meindl and Novak, and he joins a squad that includes Serbian center Dusan Ristic, signed for one season, Slovenian point guard Ziga Samar, Estonian power forward Siim- Sander Vene and Spanish center Osas Ehigiator. All of them will be under the command of coach Josep María Raventós, who also renewed his contract.



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