The reigning EuroLeague scoring champion’s experience in China looks to be over.
Keith Langford, who averaged 21.5 points a game last season with Unics Kazan, leading to a move to the Shenzhen Leopards is set to part ways with the Chinese club, according to European basketball insider David Pick.
Source: Keith Langford, the reigning No. 1 Euroleague scorer, has reached an agreement to end his deal with China's Shenzhen Leopards.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) January 7, 2018
The 34-year-old averaged 16.4 points a game with the Leopards, who currently sit in eighth place in the CBA. The American, who teamed with former NBA player Jared Sullinger, scored just six points in the Leopards’ 92-88 loss to the Guangsha Lions.