Out of the red zone in the Championship thanks to his victory against Le Mans (104-88), Paris Basketball announced Thursday the arrival of full-back Alfonso Plummer (25, 1.85m). Trained at the University of Illinois (14.6 points on average last season), the Puerto Rican arrives from the G-League where he played three matches with the new franchise based in Mexico City (10 points and 2 rebounds from mean). Plummer comes to strengthen the Parisian club in a position where it can already count on Juhann Begarin or Kyle Allman but not Tyrone Wallace, injured.
Paris will also recover its interior Aamir Simms (2.03 m, 23 years old), absent for a month. The former Westecher Knicks player in the G-League confirmed on Twitter that he was fit to play against Roanne on Sunday. He had no longer donned the Parisian jersey since a Eurocup victory in Ankara on October 11.