Company commander returns! Corey brewer joins king to help the team play in the playoffs

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 Company commander returns! Corey brewer joins king to help the team play in the playoffs


Kings current record is 28-36, ranking 11th in the west, but they are the same as the ninth Blazers in terms of the difference in winning games, they have a full chance to play in the postseason. For a team that hasnt tasted the playoffs in more than 10 years, its a rare opportunity.

Brewer joined the NBA in 2007, and then won the championship with the Mavericks in 2011. He played for Timberwolves, Mavericks, Nuggets, rockets, Lakers, thunder, 76ers, kings and other teams in his career. When he played for the Lakers, he also created a miracle of 51 points in a single game. After being traded to the Lakers, brewer started his career as a vagrant. He worked as a part-time worker in many teams. His last contract was signed by King, but after the 18-19 season, the team didnt renew his contract. Last season, while playing for king, brewer averaged 4.1 points and 2.5 rebounds, shooting 44.6% and shooting 33.3%. Brewer has a pair of long arms and a positive defensive attitude. He has a good attitude on the court, especially is good at fast break. He also got the nickname of cavalry company commander. He is a very useful engineer player. His participation is also conducive to the kings impact on the playoffs. Source: Netease sports Author: nanyangyu editor in charge: Gong Hao_ NB12610

Brewer joined the NBA in 2007, and then won the championship with the Mavericks in 2011. He played for Timberwolves, Mavericks, Nuggets, rockets, Lakers, thunder, 76ers, kings and other teams in his career. When he played for the Lakers, he also created a miracle of 51 points in a single game.

Brewer has a pair of long arms and a positive defensive attitude. He has a good attitude on the court, especially is good at fast break. He also got the nickname of cavalry company commander. He is a very useful engineer player. His participation is also conducive to the kings impact on the playoffs.