Former EuroCup MVP Rob Gray leaves Monaco for Turkey

2022-06-25 21:19
Credit: ZUMA Wire-Scanpix
Credit ZUMA Wire-Scanpix

Rob Gray, the 2021 EuroCup finals MVP with AS Monaco, is flying to Turkey to join Tofas Bursa.

A few hours before the outcome of the French championship was decided, where his team, Monaco lost to LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne in Game 5, the 28-year-old guard was announced by his new team. The former Bourg and Boulogne-Levallois player had not played with the Roca Team since March 27 and had even returned to the United States.

A major player for AS Monaco in the quest for the EuroCup trophy in 2021, he was named finals MVP. During that campaign, he averaged 18.2 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.4 assists.

2-pointers this season

Points made: 21,3
Accuracy: 54,4%
Place in standings: 6
Record max: 28
Record min: 16
Most made 2FGs: Jeremy Simmons

This season, in the 13 games he played in the French LNB, he averaged 10.8 points ON 43.6% from behind the arc. The American guard is thus set to discover a new league in the Turkish BSL, and a new European competition in the BCL.


AS Monaco

Position Player Status
SF Armel Traore Long-term contract
Coach Sasa Obradovic
Expired contract Leo Westermann, Paris Lee, Dwayne Bacon, Mike James (story), Yakuba Ouattara, Danilo Andjusic, Alpha Diallo, Jerry Boutsiele, Will Thomas, Brock Motum, Donatas Motiejunas, Ibrahima Fall-Faye, Donta Hall, Rudy Demahis
Rumored to leave Paris Lee (story), Jerry Boutsiele (story), Danilo Andjusic, Rob Gray (won't come back), Brock Motum
Interested Mike James, Donatas Motiejunas, Alpha Diallo, Donta Hall (story), John Brown III (story), Jordan Loyd (story), Jaron Blossomgame (story), Elie Okobo (story), Mateusz Ponitka

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