ANDUnicaja is very close to closing what will be its fourth signing of the summer. After the arrivals of Kendrick Perry, Nihad Djedovic and David Kravish. From the offices of the Los Guindos club, work continues to provide new players with the revolution that the Malaga team needs for the 2022-23 season. It is now the turn of Dylan Osetkowski, a 25-year-old center who is 2.06 meters tall and would arrive from ASVEL Villeurbanne, a Euroleague team, as was the case with other movements that the team from Malaga has made this summer campaign.

The pivot, as reported by La Opinion de Málaga, would sign until the end of the course with the option of another year of contract at Carpena. The inside game would be practically closed if we add this name to that of Kravish and the possible renewal of Tim Abromaitis, one of the few survivors from the previous season. Unicaja is expected to make the signing official this Monday or Tuesday, in another lightning operation at the offices of the Costa del Sol club.

The American has spent many years of his still short career between the universities of his country and the German league. BG Gottingen and Ratiopharm Ulm have been his teams in addition to ASVEL Villeurbanne from where he would arrive free after being champion of the French tournament. Those who best know what will be the new face of Unicaja speak of him as a very physical player capable of also acting as a power forward. He is also a great scorer far and near the rim. Last season he walked in the Carpena in the Eurocup in a game in which he went up to 25 points under the gaze of the team that Luis Casimiro was coaching at the time.

Via Marca.com