Ex-Michigan basketball guard Stu Douglass to play professionally in Spain
Chris Asadian | AnnArbor.com
But still, Douglass isn't done playing just yet.
After finishing his career with the Wolverines last season, Douglass then signed with the Scorers 1st Sportmanagement agency, a group that represents several American and international players.
He'll play with Pamplona's "Basket Club Navarra."
Douglass was realistic about his future prospects last spring, saying his goal was to work as hard as he could for a professional contract overseas, and go from there.
So far, it seems that mission has been accomplished.
Douglass finished his career as Michigan's all-time games played (136) leader. The Carmel, Ind. native averaged a career-best 7.5 points per game a year ago and was a career 34 percent 3-point shooter.
Douglass' co-captain last season, Zack Novak, is also currently in the midst of figuring out where to further his professional career.
Novak told the Detroit News recently that he's turned down an offer to play in Switzerland, and is still looking for the right fit.
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