Mire Chatman moves from Beskitas to the fifth place KSK Karisiyaka team today. The terms of the deal are undisclosed but he is rumoured to be the highest paid player ever in KSK history who hopes to make the Eurocup this season.
Chatman registered the second-best individual performance in Eurocup competition history with a 53 index in a losing effort against Hemofarm Stada – 43 points, 7 rebounds, 12 fouls drawn. Chatman has also played for Triumph Lyubertsy and Dynamo Moscow in Russia, Lottomatica Roma in Italy, Elan Bearnais Pau-Orthez in France and BK Ventspils in Latvia.
He is the Eurocup’s all-time leader in performance index ranking (1,048), ranking third in scoring (906) and assists (188), second in steals (128) and first in fouls drawn (292) and free throws made (236). Chatman won the then-called ULEB Cup with Dynamo in 2006 and also lifted consecutive Latvian League trophies with Ventspils in 2003 and 2004.