The day after Brandon Jefferson left for Pau-Lacq-Orthez, Strasbourg secured the services of Czech international winger Jaromir Bohacik for an additional season.
After a convincing first season in the Strasbourg jersey, Jaromir Bohacik will not budge. Arrived in Alsace last year after three seasons at Nymburk, theCzech international winger has officially extended his contract with SIG for an additional season. Running at 9.6 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game on average in Jeep Elite but also at 10.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game in the Basketball Champions League, the 29-year-old player will remain a member of the squad led by Lassi Tuovi. “I am very happy that he is back on for another season. He has developed a lot during the season to the point of becoming a major part of our game, said the technician in a press release from the Strasbourg club. He is an excellent player for the collective but also an excellent teammate. I think everyone is happy to know that he is staying with us. “
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Here is a file which was in the pipes for a long time and which is now finalized and official: Jaromir Bohacik remains one more year at the SIG Strasbourg 🙌
– SIG Strasbourg (@sigstrasbourg) August 10, 2021
Bohacik, “an important element” for Tuovi
For this second season of Jaromir Bohacik in the French championship, Lassi Tuovi’s mission is “to continue his development because he knows the French championship better and his adaptation is no longer to be done”. The Czech, present with his selection at the Olympic Games, during which he crossed paths with the France team, is “an important element” of the offensive game of the SIG, “capable of knocking out the opponent” according to his coach. Sports director of the Strasbourg club, Nicola Alberani adds that Jaromir Bohacik is “a special player” in the Alsatian workforce but also “someone very humanly” who “really expressed his desire to stay”. A desire that finally materialized with a new one-year contract. An announcement that softens the shock of the departure of Brandon Jefferson, who committed this Monday in favor of Pau-Lacq-Orthez.