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Josh Nebo leaves Maccabi for Milan

Milan has concluded another move adding its third signing of the offseason. Josh Nebo, who left Maccabi Tel Aviv officially this morning to join the Italian side will continue in Milan for the next two season.

The American center with the Slovenian passport arrives in the fashion capital after an incredible season with Maccabi. Nebo spent two seasons in Israel as the naturalized Slovenian center averaged 11.2 points and 7.1 rebounds per game.

Before that, Nebo played for Zalgiris for a year and got the chance to play at the highest level in Europe.

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“I’m excited for this next chapter of my career here in Milan. I’m looking forward to working towards building something special with the club and hopefully I will be able to help the team bring many wins and joy to our fans. I am looking forward to the next season and getting to see and meet everyone soon,” Nebo said in an official statement.

Nebo started his career in Israel during the 2020-21 playing for Hapoel Eilat (13.9 points per game) where he topped the rebounding list (9.9 per game), shot 65.5 percent from the field and finished with 1.1 blocks per game on average.

The Houston native became one of the first players to leave Maccabi this offseason as the Israeli club is set to also lose Lorenzo Brown, Wade Baldwin and Bonzie Colson. Milan announced the additions of Armoni Brooks and Neno Dimitrijevic.

 

 

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