Jordan Morgan Leaves for Greece to Play Third Season in Europe
Updated: Jan 29, 2019
Jordan Morgan has agreed to terms with Kymis BC of Greek A1 league.
“I’m really excited to travel and see a new country that I’ve never been to and experience a new league and a new culture and everything Greece has to offer,” said Jordan. “I’m looking forward to continuing to grow as a player and see new skills that I’ve been working on as a player and continue to grow and define myself.”
Jordan begins his third season overseas after time with Paris Levallois and Hermine Nantes Atlantique (2015-16), and Pallecanestro Virtus Roma (2014-15).
“I’m looking forward to making the most of this opportunity,” he said. “My hope is that it will bring me closer to my dream of playing in the NBA.”
Active in the Community
This signing comes on the heels of another active summer for the Jordan Morgan Foundation, most recently engaging in its 2nd Annual Jordan Morgan Basketball Camp, inaugural LAUNCH! STEM program, and 2nd Annual Back-to-School Backpack & Haircut Giveaway.
“I’m looking forward to the time I’ll have over there myself and personal development — being able to read and think a lot,” said Jordan. “That’s one of the benefits of being over there. I feel like I’d never have time like this to work on myself except for the time I have over there. I’m excited to start planning what we will have for JMF going into the fall and into next year.”
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