Bayern Munich brings David Krämer back to the BBL

FC Bayern Munich has strengthened itself with what is arguably the best German free agent. According to basketball.de information, David Krämer is moving to Munich.

The fulfillment of his NBA dream did not work out (for the time being): David Krämer was recently fired from the San Antonio Spurs farm team without having played a game in the G-League bubble. Now Krämer seems to be moving back to Germany: According to basketball.de information, the winger has signed with FC Bayern Munich.

This would mean that Munich would secure the best German free agent – who has not played a competitive game for almost a year. David Krämer joined the Phoenix Suns farm team in the summer of 2019, played 15 games for the Northern Arizona Suns – but the last one on March 7, 2020. An average of 8.2 counters (31.2% 3FG), 3.1 rebounds and The winger put on 0.5 steals in the 2019/20 G-League season.

David Krämer was active for ratiopharm ulm before moving to the NBA development league. The 22-year-old showed an offensive game combining athletics and jump shot, which should also make the 1.99-meter man attractive for the senior national team in the future. At the U20 European Championship 2017, in a team with Moritz Wagner and Karim Jallow, Krämer had already convinced.

In his last BBL year 2018/19, Krämer averaged 5.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.4 assists in just under 13 minutes.

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