KET
Last month

Motum Signs with Galatsaray

That puts an end to all the BS "signs with xx in the NBL" rumours... It was fun while it lasted!

Good for him though




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Cornholio  
Last month

Great news for Motum.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Massive signing great work

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yay. No more Motum B/S finally.

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Curtley  
Last month

He's married a Lithuanian, does that mean he's playing as a local?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Galatasaray is a Turkish club lol.

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Curtley  
Last month

Local as in European. Didn't think that needed clarifying.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Turkey is in Asia and is not part of the EU.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Turks aren't European but play in the Euroleague so would he be a local in the Euroleague?

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Logical  
Last month

Is that in Perth?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Facepalm!!!

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Sourbroker  
Last month

Turkey is part of both Europe and Asia.

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D2.0  
Last month

I thought this was announced several days ago?
Or maybe just became official.

But yes, so ends the annual Hoops "Motum is going to sign with..." festival.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Once we finally take back Constantinople from the infidels we'll get the Turks back across the bosphorus where they belong!

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Anonymous  
Last month

He knows how to earn up $$$$ good luck to him.

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Perthworld  
Last month

TBL in Turkey lets teams have up to ten non-Turkish players on their squads anyway.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sounds like the NBL^^^^

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Anonymous  
Last month

That reminds me, saw him and Brendan Teys walking around Caville Ave on the Goldy last week. Didn't think he would be that lanky in person but good luck to him.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Perth are screwed haha. Worst roster. Lose Kay, White and Martin and replace them with Blanchfield and Kevin White. They're in big trouble.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"saw him and Brendan Teys walking around Caville Ave

Those two faces together would have had me gagging with vomit. An uglier pair of mugs basketball has not seen.

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Anonymous  
Last month

^ that post literally made me laugh harder than it should have. good stuff

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Perfwerd  
Last month

Fake News, He will most definitely be signing for the Wildcats

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Zodiac  
Last month

Motum & Teys are best mates that's how the 36ers were able to get Motum 5-6 years ago.

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Anon  
Last month

Both he same age and grew up playing basketball in Brisbane.

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LC  
Last month

Brock Motum speaks about his European adventures, and is raw and unfiltered, especially when it comes to 2019 FIBA World Cup Boomers selection.

Brock Motum joins the Pit and Roll Podcast after inking new deal with Galatasaray

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King  
Last month

Why would Motum bail out now and drop to the NBL when he's making probably half-a-million Euro a year OR more?

I think you'll see Motum back in the NBL sometime around the age of 35-38 when the best offer he can get is 250K from Sydney, United or Brisbane.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Local as in European. Didn't think that needed clarifying."

This has been explained here in this forum before. You don't count as local in European basketball unless you play in the same country you have citizenship in. If you had Lithuanian citizenship and you played in Turkey, you count as a foreign player.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Turkey is in Asia" and is not part of the EU.

It's in Europe and Asia. Also, geo-politically and sports-wise, it's definitely considered part of Europe.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Turks aren't European but play in the Euroleague so would he be a local in the Euroleague?"

They are considered European in Europe, because an enormous part of the population lives in Europe. And it's a very European culture in the city that team plays in.

As far as EuroLeague goes, that league, and also it's second league (EuroCup) have no restrictions on foreign players. A team could have up to 17 foreign players if it wanted. And that doesn't mean "European passports". It means 17 players from anywhere in the world.

The only restrictions on foreign players comes from the national domestic leagues, or the FIBA continental competitions (BCL and Europe Cup). The FIBA leagues allow up to 7 foreign players.

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