Versatile forward Boris Diaw has reportedly joined French side Levallois Metropolitan, ending his 14-year stint in the NBA where he played up to 1000 games total.
The signing of the French international, first broken by David Cozette of SFR Sport includes an NBA-out and the 35-year-old can return should a deal in the league come about.
Draw’s move to Paris, who play in the EuroCup means that he could be eligible for international duty, when it resumes in November.
The only thing that remains for the deal to be finalised is the approval of the French DNCG (National Directorate of Management Control).
If DNCG validates the contract, then Diaw will return to Europe. After 14 seasons in the NBA during which he won the title in 2014 with the San Antonio Spurs. Throughout 1.064 games in the league, he averaged 8.6 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 3.5 assists for a career.