Halifax Rainmen Sign Kevin Young and Joel Munoz
The Halifax Rainmen are pleased to announce the signing of two talented players to their core roster, pending FIBA clearance, Kevin Young, a forward who played with the University of Kansas, and Joel Munoz, a member of the Panama National Basketball Team who has recently played in the Mexican Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional.
Kevin Young most recently competed as a forward at the University of Kansas in the Jayhawks 2012-2013 season, leading the team in steals in 13 games and rebounds in 11. Young finished his collegiate career with 1,067 points, amassing 409 of them during his time with Kansas.
Joel Munoz, a member of the Panama National Basketball Team, has international experience, competing in the FIBA Americas Championship in 2005, 2007, and 2009. In his most recent season in the Mexican Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional he averaged 4.3 points and 4.2 assists per game.
The two recent signings will be joining the Rainmen in the month of December for a busy schedule, which kicks off in Saint John on Thursday December 4th.
The Halifax Rainmen would also like to announce the release of Mike Martin. We wish him the best in his future basketball endeavors.
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