Free agent forward James Webb III has agreed to a deal in Greece with Larisa B.C., agent Daryl Graham told Hoops Rumors.
Webb will head overseas for the first time since playing in Germany during the 2018/19 season. He’s expected to sign his deal – which includes an NBA buyout – later on Monday, Graham said.
Webb spent time at North Idaho (2012-13) and Boise State (2014-16) during his collegiate career, later going undrafted and joining the Sixers for summer league in 2016. The 6’9″ forward then spent a year and a half with Delaware, signing a two-way contract with the Nets during the 2017/18 season.
Webb, 27, most recently played with the Iowa Wolves in the NBA G League, averaging 13.8 points, 8.1 rebounds and 26.6 minutes in 29 games.