Medi Bayreuth is a professional basketball club in the Bavaria region of Germany, about three hours north of Munich. It won the German championship in 1989 and, after some financial difficulties, returned to the Bundesliga (basketball version) and finished fourth this season.
Medi Bayreuth is also Kassius Robertson’s new employer.
Hier kommt unser zweiter Neuzugang! Er ist Kanadier ️,️ 1,91 Meter groß, heißt Kassius Robertson und kommt von der University of Missouri! Herzlich willkomen im Team der #HeroesOfTomorrow, Kash!— medi bayreuth (@medibayreuth) June 27, 2018
Fotos: Missouri... https://t.co/cEZu1qkAX6
The Google translation:
Here comes our second new entry! He is Canadian, 1.91 meters tall, is called Kassius Robertson and comes from the University of Missouri! Welcome to the team of #HeroesOfTomorrow, Kash!
“Kassius is very similar to his predecessors Gabe and Trey (Lewis),” Medi Bayreuth coach Raoul Korner said in German in a team press release. “He too can change a game due to its dangerousness from beyond the three-point line, whereby his abilities can not be reduced to it alone. He is considered a hard worker who has mastered every new challenge in his career through his irrepressible will. I’m convinced that Kassius will be a great asset to us in every way.”
Congratulations! You have a new favorite Bundesliga hoops team!
- Cuonzo Martin is getting more and more involved in the coaching community.
- New Mizzou commit Anthony Watkins got the PowerMizzou film room treatment.
- Mizzou Soccer’s 2018 schedule is out and features 11 games that qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
- Track & field never really stops, I guess. This past weekend, Karissa Schweizer raced at the USA Track & Field Championships and made a move into first in the last mile but finished third. Meanwhile, thrower Gabi Jacobs set a school discus record. Not a bad meet.
Sometimes you have to take chances because you’ll never know if you hold back.— Karissa Schweizer (@KarissaSchweiz4) June 26, 2018
I took a chance for the win and it may not have gone my way, but I’ll always walk away happy from a race that I gave it my all.
However, still extremely excited to podium in a stacked race at USAs! pic.twitter.com/700w89I7tw
- Care to go behind the scenes as Megan Cunningham is given the Honda Cup Inspiration Award?