Matthew Bryan-Amaning has added yet another piece of silverware to his collection after leading Fukuoka Rising to the Division 3 title in Japan.
The GB forward, who turns 29 in a few days, adds the league title to playoff Championships in Mexico and Argentina as well as the Pro-B title in France after a late stint in 2014 helped Boulogne secure promotion.
Bryan-Amaning finished with 17 points on 7-of-11 shooting along with six rebounds and three assists in 22 minutes of his side’s title-clinching 107-74 win over Tokyo HT this morning.
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It was a 50th league game of the season for MBA, who has averages of 16.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.3 blocks in just 23 minutes per game.
A sixth season as a pro is wrapped up tomorrow as Fukuoka round out their campaign with another game against Tokyo HT, looking to add to their 45 league wins.
For more on MBA’s career, check out Episode 18 of the Hoopsfix Podcast here.
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