MoraBanc dismisses Gal Mekel

Andorra La Vella, Apr 5 (EFE).- Israeli point guard Gal Mekel, 34, is leaving MoraBanc Andorra for “personal reasons,” according to the club’s statement.

The former Unicaja Málaga base arrived in Andorra in October after experiencing a real nightmare in Málaga, with only nine games in the ACB League and three in the European Championship, after suffering various injuries and also suffering sequelae from covid-19 .

The player from Petaj Tikva has also linked injury with injury in the Principality and has only played six games in the domestic competition and four in the European Championship.

Gal Mekel arrived at MoraBanc to replace the injured Sergi García. In total, the international point guard has had three injuries and also had covid-19 in his Andorran adventure with an average of 15 minutes in the ACB scoring an average of 6 points, handing out 2.7 assists and valuing 5. In the European Championship, 5, 8 points, 16 minutes on average and 4.2 assists with a PIR of 3.2.

His last game was on February 12 at the Monbus Obradoiro court, with 8 points in 14 minutes. His last injury was suffered with his selection in the last FIBA ​​Window.

“The two parties have reached an agreement to terminate the contract that ended at the end of the course,” the Andorran club reported in the statement.

MoraBanc has already signed Dutch shooting guard Yannick Franke and is negotiating the signing of veteran American power forward Ousman Krubally. The player, 34 years old and 2.02, belongs to the Greek Larisa and accumulates 9.8 points and 8.4 rebounds per game.

(c) EFE Agency

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