Sunday, February 19, 2012

Sean May Moves On To Italy

  Sean May has not played in the NBA since 2010 but he recently made a move to help his return to the League.  May has been playing and putting up solid numbers in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague for the Croatian team KK Zagreb.
 This week May signed to play in the Lega Basket Serie A with Sutor Montegranaro, a team in Italy.  This move will give May more recognition throughout the league and it will give scouts more games to see his body of work.
  May is hoping that this move will help him out in NBA free agency this summer.  In the 2006-2007 season May did average 11.9 points and 6.7 rebounds a game before he opted for knee surgery after 35 games and missed the remainder of the season and the entire following season.  Since entering the NBA in 2005 with the Charlotte Bobcats, May struggled to stay healthy.
  If he can stay healthy he can help plenty of teams in the league by coming off the bench.

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  2. Hope he gets back. I have an autographed jersey and ball in my office that I need him to boost the value of.