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Gliddon informs Taipans he's leaving
CAMERON Gliddon has informed the Cairns Taipans that he won't be returning, multiple team sources told foxsports.com.au.Full story
The guard began his professional career with the Taipans, joining the team in 2012, and was among the team’s leading scorers over the 2017-18 regular season, averaging 12.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.
Gliddon has received interest from multiple NBL teams over the course of his free agency, sources said; coming from the likes of Melbourne United, a 2018 Grand Finalist; the Perth Wildcats, Gliddon’s hometown team; and the Brisbane Bullets, a team featuring Boomers head coach, Andrej Lemanis.
Hopefully he lands at the Bullets and helps get them on track.