Anon
Two weeks ago

Breakers sign Ater Majok

The New Zealand Breakers have signed Ater Majok, per a source. Majok, a 6'10 big-man, was born in Sudan before growing up in Sydney. He’ll be signed as a local player.

- Olgun Uluc via Twitter

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Great pickup.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Lebanese/ Australian passport, is he an import ? Been around a lot clubs.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

I was hoping the kings would sign him

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Australian passport and you're saying is he an import. Facepalm!
Just don't lend him money.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

derp

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

are the breakers going with 3 imports or 2

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LC  
Two weeks ago

Good pick up! Starred for Lebanon in FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.

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D2.0  
Two weeks ago

It's a fair enough question if you don't know the different rules.
For FIBA purposes, he is Lebanese.
But the NBL import rules aren't based on FIBA classification. He has dual (possibly triple) citizenship, and so can play in the NBL as a local.

Good pickup for the Breakers, nice to see another player coming "home."

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Not sure why nbl clubs don't go after those top Asian players outside of China and Japan.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

^ 100%

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Had an impact at Perth and Gold Coast when he played a while ago when he was much younger.

Was the last played drafted in the 2011 NBA draft. Any insight as to why he switched his national allegiance to Lebanon?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Guys like ratclife from Korea would be great pickups, on smaller salaries and fit in as Asian Import.

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

Good rim protector. Just don't loan him money...you will never see it again.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Where does all this come from? Ater has never failed to pay me back.

*disclaimer: I've never loaned him money

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

Will be interesting when "Money Making" Mitch McCarron plays "Money Taking" Ater Majok

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Fertsy  
Two weeks ago

Far out he's around 32 years old now!... I still remember him flying through the air for ridiculous block attempts for the 'Cats

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

He had some serious talent, should have stayed at UConn and learnt more. But being a NBA draft pick shows what the pros thought his upside being. But the rumours of his dodginess at Perth scared off a lot of nbl teams. Will be interesting to see how he goes.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

As for his switched allegiance I think you'll find money 1st, 2nd and 3rd reason.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Thats why they call him cheque book Majok

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

"cheque book Majok"

Classic!!

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Gee, another Sudanese player.

So many players in the NFL that are not Australian born and raised.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

^What a fuckwit the above is, cant even get NBL right you redneck.

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UseTaHoop  
Two weeks ago

Anon511

Very few Aussies ever played any NFL.

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