Logan’s retirement is imminent.
‘Spotando’, a European basketball media outlet, said on the 23rd (Korean time) that David Logan will retire after the 2023-2024 season.
Logan, a graduate of the University of Indianapolis, is an experienced guard resource on the European stage. Morgan, the University of Indianapolis’ all-time leading scorer (2,352 points), played in various European leagues, including Italy, Israel, Poland, Spain, Greece, Germany, Lithuania, and France.
His awards are also impressive. Logan, who spent most of his career in Europe, has won a total of six MVP trophies to date.먹튀검증
Logan’s name is also familiar to KBL fans. In the 2018-2019 season, Logan joined KT as a replacement foreign player for Joel Hernández at a time when the KBL had a short-term foreign player system.
At that time, Logan, along with Heo Hoon and Yang Hong-seok, led KT’s exciting archery basketball game based on his exceptional shooting ability. Although he only played in 17 games due to injury, he made a strong impression by making 3.3 3-pointers per game with a success rate of 40.9% and averaging 17.5 points, 3.8 assists, and 1.4 steals.
Logan, who has been playing in Italy since leaving KBL, plans to play for Serie A Scafati this season as well as last season. Born in 1982, he is already a veteran and has decided to retire after this season.
Despite his young age, Logan averaged 18.4 points last season, ranking second in the league in scoring. What will he look like in his final season?