Ryan Richards has agreed to a deal with Hungarian team BC Körmend according to Sportando.
@HoopLikeDrazen we have a new house, Kormend, Hungary. Ryan Richards took his talents there
— Sportando (@sportando) October 24, 2014
The news of the signing with the team in Hungary comes shortly after the news that Ryan Richards had parted ways with his Austrian team BC Zepter Vienna.
Ryan Richards averaged a team high 20.2 points and 6.8 rebounds on an impressive 66.7% shooting from the field during his five game stint with BC Zepter Vienna.
Richards has struggled to find himself a home during his basketball career, playing on nine teams since 2009.
Ryan Richards apparently also cannot seem to find an international basketball home, playing for Team Jamaica after quitting Team Britain.
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The question now lies as to whether the San Antonio Spurs’ 2010 second round draft pick can save his NBA dreams. The team to team jumping along with the idea that the England native is immature are holding Richards back from a potential NBA career.
However, if the 7-foot big man can get his act together at BC Körmend, Ryan Richards could still make his NBA dream a reality.
What do you think of Ryan Richards’ latest move? Does he have a chance to find a home on an NBA roster? Let us know in the comments!
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