Braydon Hobbs: “I am looking forward to the challenge of playing in Spain”

The American base Braydon
Hobbs, first signing of Monbus
Obradoiro for the 2021-22 season, assume that playing in the League
Endesa will be “a challenge” for him after his time in German basketball, where he defended the jerseys of Nurenberg, Giessen 46ers, Ratiopharm Ulm, FC Bayern Munich and Oldenburg.

“The Endesa League is one of the most respected in Europe and I love the style of play. I am very excited to start my first experience in this League. Each match will be extremely difficult, but I am looking forward to this challenge,” he explained Hobbs.

Last season he averaged 7.7 points (52.4% in shots from two, 43.4% in triples and 80% in free), 4.2 assists and 1.3 recoveries in 17.8 minutes (38 games) with Oldenburg.

“I believe that I will be able to contribute my leadership to Obradoiro. I can also contribute with my game, involving all my teammates. I think the team can help me better understand this League and the ins and outs of Spanish basketball, “he said.

The American, who signs for two years, decided on the offer of the Galician club because he heard great things “and had very good references from Andi
Obst, former Obradoirista player:

“I spoke to him about his time in Santiago and explained what to expect and what I will find. Andi He really enjoyed being in Santiago, so I’m looking forward to getting there and seeing everything. I also had the opportunity to chat with Moncho and he spoke to me about the philosophy of the team and the club, “he said.

In this sense, he said that he “loves” that the coach has been on the bench for ten years. Multipurpose Fontes do Sar: “That’s always a good sign, I’ve heard great things about him, so I consider myself lucky to be able to play for his team.”

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