Former NBA shooting guard Wayne Selden has agreed to a deal with Turkish club Manisa Büyükşehir Belediyespor, reports Emiliano Carchia of Sportando.
Selden has had a busy international year. He initially inked a contract to join Italian club Tezenis Verona in July, before departing the club after just two games. As Carchia notes, Selden averaged 20 PPG in those two contests.
The club vowed it would look at potential legal recourse after Selden left, but Selden’s agent Charles Misuraca countered by saying Verona never compensated him for his services.
Selden, a 6’5″ swingman out of Kansas, suited up for parts of four seasons in the NBA, where the 28-year-old played for the Pelicans, Grizzlies, Bulls and most recently the Knicks. Across 127 career games, he holds a scoring average of 7.2 PPG on .415/.344/.718 shooting. Selden also averaged 2.0 RPG and 1.5 APG over the course of his NBA career.
Prior to his busy 2022, Selden also played internationally for clubs in Israel and Turkey.