Devin Booker reportedly close to signing contract extension with Khimki

Devin Booker Khimki ALBA Berlin
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Devin Booker could remain with Khimki Moscow for two more years, as reported earlier. Namely, the Clemson alumni is close to signing a two-year contract extension with the Russian club.

Booker turned out to play a key role for Khimki, as Timofey Mozgov was ruled out with an injury.

The former Bayern Munich big man arrived in Moscow last summer and averaged 11.6 points and 4.8 rebounds across 28 EuroLeague games, before the cancellation of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.