26-year-old North American guard who is 1.93 meters tall who knows the LEB Oro perfectly, having played both in the Breogan River and in Oviedo Baloncesto where he was a more than outstanding player last season. A talented player and with points in his hands, Brown arrives to reinforce the outside play of the Pau Tomàs and Álex Pérez team and to bring his experience to the team and help in their challenge to change the current dynamics.

Brown played in the United States from the 2013-14 season to the 2018-19 season in which he made the final leap to European basketball joining the ranks of Lithuanian Dzukija Alytus where he averaged an average of 14.3 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists in the 17 games played in which he played an average of 23.2 minutes per game. In the following season, Brown packed his bags by going to Italian basketball playing for Rieti in the Italian Serie2A in which he played a total of 15 games with an average of 28, 1 minutes per game in which he scored 14.7 points, captured 4.5 rebounds and gave 2.9 assists. His good work in Italian basketball earned him a place in the Breogán River, a club that incorporated him into the winter market that season but, unfortunately, the stoppage due to the COVID19 pandemic in the 2019-20 season prevented him from playing more playing only two games with the Lugo team in which he played a total of 22 minutes on average scoring 10.5 points, capturing two rebounds and distributing 3.5 assists.

Last season, Elijah Brown played for Oviedo Baloncesto playing a total of 26 games with an average of 25.5 minutes per game in which he scored an average of 13.6 points per game, captured three rebounds and distributed two assists being a important player in the schemes of the Oviedo team. In November 2021 Brown joined Chalons Reims of the French First Division after Belgian Jean Salumu injured himself and the French team decided to join him. Brown is now returning to Spain to join the ranks of Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma and thus begin his first stage as a player for the Balearic club.

“We have had the opportunity to sign a player like Elijah Brown. He is a player with a lot of experience and quality and who adds precisely that: Experience ”, says Pau Tomàs about the new Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma player. The Mallorcan team coach emphasizes that Brown “knows the category perfectly and has many points in his hands.” “We are convinced that it will help us save the category. He is coming to be an important player and we are convinced that with his signing we will make an important leap in quality and we will have a greater rotation in the outside game ”, concludes one of the two main coaches of Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma.