Omar Cook might have left Unicaja and Malaga but he isn’t leaving Spain as he moved to Power Electronics Valencia for the next two seasons.
Valencia announced the signing of the combo guard via their official website and the deal is for two seasons. Being one of the best guards of ACB’s last edition, Cook also holds a Montenegrin passports, something which makes him even more valuable to a team.
Cook was considered a candidate for a number of Top Euroleague clubs such as Panathinaikos and Montepaschi Siena, but he couldn’t wait any longer for offers and he accepted the one from Valencia.
Cook averaged 7.3 points and 5.1 assists in ACB last season.