The reigning EuroLeague Alphonso Ford scoring champion looks set to head to China.
Unics Kazan guard, Keith Langford reportedly met with the Shenzhen Leopards in Las Vegas and has inked a $2.1million deal to head to China.
Source: Lead Euroleague scorer Keith Langford met with the Shenzhen Leopards in Las Vegas and signed a $2.1M deal to bolt to China.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) July 16, 2017
Kazan failed to make the EuroLeague post-season, but despite that, Langford led the competition in scoring by averaging 21.8 points a game.
It was Langford’s second Alphonso Ford scoring title. The 33-year-old Texan also captured the honour in 2014 with EA7 Milano where he averaged 17 points a contest.
Unics Kazan will compete in the EuroCup next season with Khimki taking their spot in the EuroLeague.