Anadolu Efes have already started making changes to their roster, as they aim to remain title contenders in the EuroLeague.
The back-to-back EuroLeague champions have already signed star forward Will Clyburn, who left CSKA Moscow after the end of the VTB League Finals. In addition, they agreed to a new, two-year contract with Shane Larkin, which includes an NBA opt-out clause.
Efes also signed an one-year contract extension with Bryant Dunston, while they are trying to keep Vasilije Micic to the roster, with the latter attracting interest from 3 NBA title contenders.
Now, according to Ugur Ozan Sulak, the Turkish powerhouse has agreed to a two-year (1+1) deal with big man Amath M’Baye. M’Baye spent the past three seasons with Karsiyaka and averaged 15.1 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists this season.
M’Baye is going to replace big men Chris Singleton and Adrien Moerman, who are expected to part ways with Efes.
Anadolu Efes, son üç sezonu Pınar Karşıyaka’da geçiren Amath M’Baye ile anlaştı. Kontrat 1+1 yıllık.
— Ugur Ozan Sulak (@ugurozan) June 16, 2022