Thought I should put this in its own thread.
Sure, Kay has shown that as a professional, he's prepared to go where the action is.
But if and when he returns to play in the NBL unless there is some massive offer, he's going to head in one of two directions.
Either as close as he can to his family in Tamworth, OR
back to his wife's family in Perth.
Hard to say how well he's doing in Spain. His team is getting flogged, but he's top 10 for O-Boards. He's only averaging 9.4 points, but it's hard to say if that's chicken or egg.
As someone else commented, as a team-First player, he may struggle in a poor team.