Corsarios de Cartagena continues to strengthen itself for its professional basketball season, which begins October 17 in San Andres Island “bubble” (read here: The bubble will be in San Andres; Corsarios trains in full force).
Corsair’s board of directors has reported that pivotal American William Green is his first foreign contract of the season.
Green began his career as a Basque footballer at the age of 17 in Orlando, Florida.
From 2008 to 2010, he represented Olympia High School, then did his tenure at Daytona State College and later became part of Stetson University.
In addition, she has made her mark in countries such as Spain, Bolivia, Canada, Morocco, Iraq and Mexico, and left high achievements in both her offensive and defensive performance. At the age of 30, Green comes to the Colombian Professional Basketball League, bringing his maximum experience and knowledge to the barge in the Caribbean. The player will arrive in Cartagena in the next few days and will join the list of Creole players who have been training for days at the Bernardo Carabalo Coliseum.
Players from the yard who train under the orders of Croatian coach Luca Bogas, and who have already been included in the pirate list are: Andres Perez, Federico Logan, Samir Vizcaino, Jose Medina, Franquier Rivas, Rodolfo Canet, Urbis Altamar and Yemi Ballestero.
The Board of Directors determines the three external reinforcements needed to complete the roster that the NBA will encounter for the first time. Corsairs is the second club on the Caribbean coast that will play the tournament.