Levi Randolph returns to Europe and the Basketball Champions League after three years split between the G League and NBL
By Johnny Askounis/ email@example.com
Filou Oostende has acquired experienced swingman, Levi Randolph, the team announced.
Randolph, 28, is back in the Basketball Champions League after participating in 32 games in 2016-17 and 2017-18. He since joined the Canton Charge in the G League and finished 2020-21 at the New Zealand Breakers averaging 14.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.1 steals per NBL contest.
The Belgian side became his fourth BCL team following SIG Strasbourg, Sassari, and Avellino. He was brought in to replace Jean-Marc Mwema as the 31-year-old Belgian forward returned to Telenet Giants Antwerp after five years with the domestic league champions of every year since 2012.
The former Alabama standout played for the Maine Red Claws during his rookie pro season, before his first trip to Europe.
Mikael Jantunen and Phil Booth are the previous summer additions, while Pierre-Antoine Gillet extended his contract until 2024.
Oostende will clash with Strasbourg, Tofas, and one more team surviving the qualifying rounds in Group F of the Champions League Regular Season.
Photo Credit: Basketball Champions League