The 29-year-old guard, who has 486 games in the NBA during his career, has joined the Italian team and will connect with Michael Roll who signed there
Another NBA player signed today (Thursday) in Europe. The 29-year-old has joined Milan and becomes the team's coordinator instead of Mike James, who is expected to leave. "I am waiting and looking forward to returning to the amazing opportunity I have been given at Olympia Milano, and I am very excited about the new chapter in my career and expect to compete at the highest level."
Mack was the 34th choice in the 2011 draft and was elected by Washington, where he played two seasons in parallel with the club group at G-League. From there he went to Philadelphia, Atlanta where he played for three years, Utah, Orlando, Memphis and Charlotte. "We are delighted to have the Lwyn Mack, who chose Milan as the station where he will start his European career," Milan's professional manager Christos Stavropolos said, adding: "We want to add him because of his leadership ability, his defense and a proven winner. And grow together. "
After weeks of moving in the air, Michael Roll officially signed Thursday in Milan and joined the intriguing team the new man is building on the lines Ettore Messina. The swingman, who wore the Maccabi Tel Aviv uniform over the past two years, signed for one season and thickened the busy 2 and 3 positions of the Italians, already manned by several senior players such as Nemania Nedovic, Vladimir Position and James Naneli.
"I am very excited to join such a big club and intend to do everything to help him win," Roll told the official Milan website after signing. "I can not wait to play under Messina and can not wait to get to know the new friends in the dressing room."
"Michael Roll is exactly the player we were looking for, he has experience, he is devoid of ego and he has proven shooting abilities and he will be a very effective player for us," Milan's professional manager, Christos Stavropolos, said.