Dwight Buycks Agrees To Deal With Greek Team

Dwight Buycks, a former NBA point guard, has agreed to a two-year deal with EuroLeague Greek team Olympiacos that will last through the 2020/21 season, per Nicola Lupo of Sportando.

The 6’3″ Buycks went undrafted out of Marquette in 2011. After several years working at the periphery of the NBA in the Summer League and the then-D-League (now G League), Buycks finally broke through with the Raptors in the 2013/14 season, playing 14 games in Toronto. He signed a 10-day contract with the Lakers and appeared in six games for L.A. in April 2015.

After a stint in the Chinese Basketball Association, Buycks returned to the NBA during the 2017/18 season, when he inked a two-way contract with the Pistons. He appeared in 29 games with Detroit. He has averaged around 20 PPG for the CBA’s Shenzen Leopards over the past two seasons, per Sportando.

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4 thoughts on “Dwight Buycks Agrees To Deal With Greek Team

  1. All American Johnsonville Dogs

    “I ain’t catching that coronoa virus!”- Dwight buycks 2020

    • spinach

      Well he buycked your expectation.

      Really thought how does a two-year contract go through 21-22? Is the current season over already?

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