Belgian Lion Manu Lecomte leaves Israel for Montenegro

Belgian Lion Manu Lecomte leaves Israel for Montenegro. — © FIBA

Belgian Lion Manu Lecomte (27) has a nice transfer. The Brussels guard has signed a contract with the Montenegrin top club KK Buducnost, which is active in the EuroCup. After his strong European Championship last summer in Georgia/Germany, where Manu Lecomte was one of the stars in the Belgian Lions, the guard moved to the Israeli Hapoel Eilat. There he averaged almost 14 points and 6 assists per game. Now Lecomte makes the switch to Montenegro, where he has signed a contract with Buducnost, a club based in the capital Podgorica. Buducnost is the current number 3 in the strong ABA League, a competition with countries from the former Yugoslavia. The team also plays in the EuroCup, the strongest club competition in Europe after the EuroLeague. For 27-year-old Lecomte, it will be his eighth club in Europe since 2019. He was active in Spain (Murcia, Gran Canaria), Germany (Frankfurt), Lithuania (KK Prienai and BC Jonava) France (Elan Béarnais) and thus Hapoel Eilat in Israel, among others. (cpm)

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