Panathinaikos are looking add a player to their roster following recent results. According to the reports of gazzetta.gr, Jason Kapono is already holding talks with the Greek giants.
The 31-year-old American small forward spent nine years in he NBA playing for six different teams during that time, Los Angeles Clippers being the most recent.
Kapono, an excellent three-point shooter, is expected to bring a scoring threat that Panathinaikos was missing. The Greens are just 18th in Euroleague in 3-point shooting percentage with 30.5%.
In 2007 Kapono was NBA three-point field goal percentage leader with 51.4%. That was also his best season in terms of scoring as he averaged 10.9 points per game.
Panathinaikos currently find themselves in 5th place in Group A in Euroleague with a 2-3 record. The club is also looking to cut Hilton Armstrong who failed to live up to the expectations.