By Kostas Giataganas/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Fenerbahce continued with their transfer moves in something more than a dynamic fashion as, after Joffrey Lauvergne, they convinced another player to leave behind the magical world of the NBA and make the trip from the other side of the Atlantic to Istanbul.
That player is none other than Tyler Ennis, the big new acquisition of the finalists in Belgrade last season, who want to fill the gap left by Brad Wanamaker’s departure in the most ideal way, after the latter went the opposite way, to the NBA.
Eurohoops sketches out the profile of the 24-year-old Canadian point guard, who, from the magical world of the NBA and the Lakers last year, will get to know Europe for the first time, following in the footsteps of his older brother.
Tyler is not the first Ennis to make the transatlantic journey. Last year, European fans got to know his older brother, Dylan, who played in the EuroLeague in the colors of Crvena Zvezda in 18 games (6.5 points), with stints in Mega Leks and the Spanish teams, Zaragoza and Andorra, in the second half of the season.