"Monaco" of Sergey Dyadechko signed a contract with point guard Drew Joyce

6 July 2017
"Monaco" of Sergey Dyadechko signed a contract with point guard Drew Joyce
The basketball club "Monaco" of Ukrainian businessman Sergey Dyadechko introduced the second beginner of the off-season. Following the American point guard, Aaron Kraft, a contract was signed with his compatriot and colleague Drew Joyce.

32-year-old Joyce previously played for the team of Akron College - the home town of NBA superstar LeBron James. Drew started his professional career in 2007 in the German "Ratiofarm", and after that he played for the Polish "Anvil", the German "Trier", "Oldenburg", "Braunschweig" and "Würzburg".

The defender spent most of last season in "Cmoki-Minsk", in which he became the champion of Belarus. He scored 13.0 points and gave 6.8 transfers on average for the match in the European Cup FIBA ​​with the implementation of shots from the game 48.3%, and also recorded in the asset 14.2 points and 6.4 transfers with the implementation of shots from the game 40.2% in the VTB United League.

In addition, Drew Joyce is known for being one of the heroes of the documentary about basketball "More than a game" with LeBron James, a former player of the "Chemist" Romeo Travis and his father, who is the coach.