Tomas Satoransky is negotiating with FC Barcelona regarding a possible reunion with the Spanish team, according to Ennio Terrasi Borghesan of Sportando.
Satoransky will be an unrestricted NBA free agent this summer but apparently is looking toward overseas options. He played for three NBA teams this season — 32 games with the Pelicans, one with the Spurs and 22 more with the Wizards. In the latter stop, he appeared in 22 games (10 starts) and averaged 4.9 PPG, 4.9 APG and 2.8 RPG.
Satoransky, who was in the final season of a expiring three-year, $30MM contract, was traded twice in 2021/22 and was bought out by the Spurs. He signed with Washington after clearing waivers.
The combo guard played for Barcelona from 2014-16 before embarking on his NBA career. He has appeared in 388 NBA games, averaging 6.9 PPG and 4.1 APG in 22.2 MPG.
4 thoughts on “Tomas Satoransky Eyes Return To Spain”
I hope the rest of him returns too!
Barca definitely could’ve used him yesterday when they got held to a franchise record low pt total in Euroleague comp. Jokubaitis might be on his way to NY next season. If Barca can replace him with Sato I’d call that a steep upgrade
No! Not Tomas! He’s definitely capable of still being a rotational player in the NBA, and plus, he’s only 30. Hope he sticks around, but if he doesn’t, hope he has a good career in the Euro
Come on playing on a bright beautiful top city in the world with great standards of living like Barcelona or playing in the DC… I mean I rest my case!