Official announcement! In the same time, he returned to Penns one eyed brother CBA for a short time.

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 Official announcement! In the same time, he returned to Penns one eyed brother CBA for a short time.


Former NBA player Adrian Penn was signed with Xi this summer, but Penn was accidentally injured in training and the team was forced to make an emergency substitution. Finally, Xi Xi team signed the former NBL foreign aid Isaiah Austen to replace Penn temporarily. Isaiah Austen, 2.16 meters tall, was once hailed as one of the strongest high school students in the United States, but because of right eye blindness, Marfan syndrome and other unfortunate encounters with the NBA brushed by. Last season, he played for the Chinese NBL league team in Guangzhou, a game average of 33.2 points 10.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks, is the inspirational legend on the court.

Austin has made four appearances for the same team since landing at CBA, averaging 28.8 minutes per game and contributing 14.8 points, 10 rebounds and 1.5 blocks. Although Austins figures are still in line with the rules, but with the first four rounds of the teams record is very unsatisfactory, they have now suffered four consecutive defeats, the new season has not won a single victory. Poor record, plus Penn has recovered, the same team immediately decided to replace Penn, Austins CBA fire experience can only be temporarily ended. Adrian Payne, 2.08 meters tall, was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in the 15th place in the first round of the 2014 NBA draft. After that, he played for the Hawks, the wolves and the magic. According to the European media, Guangdong also wanted to sign Penn, but was refused by Penn. Source: NetEase sports writer: Flying editor: MA BI Le _NS4800

Adrian Payne, 2.08 meters tall, was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in the 15th place in the first round of the 2014 NBA draft. After that, he played for the Hawks, the wolves and the magic. According to the European media, Guangdong also wanted to sign Penn, but was refused by Penn.