EuroLeague scoring champion heading to China?

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.

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.