Haukur Palsson executes his exit clause and leaves MoraBanc

Andorra La Vella, Jun 7 (EFE) .- The Icelandic forward Haukur Palsson becomes the first withdrawal from MoraBanc Andorra, after executing his exit clause from the year of contract that he still had to return to his country, where he will enroll in Njardvík for the next three seasons.

The 29-year-old 1.98 from Reykjavik is recovering from a right ankle injury that forced him to undergo surgery and is expected to be recovered by September.

His season has been marked by injuries and this season he has played a total of 19 games in the ACB League with 20’02 “on average with 8 points per game with 37.7% from shots of three and 2.5 rebounds, 1 , 4 assists and a PIR of 6. In the Eurocup he has played a total of 9 games with 10.7 points in 19 minutes on average, 3.6 rebounds, 0.9 assists and a PIR of 9.3.

Palsson arrived last summer in the Principality from Unics Kazan to live his fourth experience in Spanish basketball after playing with Manresa, Breogán, Laboral Kutxa and his last ACB team, MoraBanc.

The team led by Ibon Navarro has a current contract with ‘Tyson’ Pérez, Oriol Paulí, Bandja Sy, Nacho Llovet, Malik Dime, Clevin Hannah, Sergi García, David Jelínek and Guille Colom and they renewed their contract Moussa Diagne and ‘Tunde’ Olumuyiwa. Tomasz Gielo, Artsiom Parakhouski, Saulius Kulvietis and Jeremy Senglin end contract.

(c) EFE Agency

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