After spending five seasons in the NBA with six different teams, Thomas Robinson has decided it’s time for a serious change. The former Kansas center has signed with Khimki Moscow, David Pick reports.
Former No. 5 overall pick Thomas Robinson agreed on deal to sign in the Euroleague with Khimki Moscow, source tells me.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) September 23, 2017
Robinson spent last season with the Los Angeles Lakers. In 48-games he averaged 5ppg and 4.68rpg.
Robinson was linked to Fenerbahce earlier this summer, but the reigning champions signed NBA veteran Jason Thompson as their Ekpe Udoh replacement.
The athletic American big man is Khimki’s ninth signing of the off-season and the third American big they’ve signed, joining Anthony Gill and Malcolm Thomas.