After weeks of speculation, Real Madrid have signed Chasson Randle to fill the void left by Sergio Llull’s season-long absence.
Llull suffered an ACL tear during international duty, ruling him out for the entire EuroLeague season.
— Real Madrid Basket (@RMBaloncesto) October 7, 2017
Randle though arrives to the Spanish capital as a more than capable replacement. After four years in the NCAA, he went undrafted in 2015 and played in Czech Republic with Nymburk during the 2016-17 where he won the domestic league crown.
After a season in Europe, he returned to the States for the NBA G-League and the Westchester Knicks, before signing with two 10-day contracts with the Sixers. However, he was waived just after one month of action. He was recently waived by the New York Knicks.