After drafting Dario Saric (Croatia) and Vasilije Micic (Serbia), the Philadelphia 76ers under General Manager Sam Hinkie continue to look at players coming over from Europe, and have reportedly extended a minimum offer to guard Keith Langford, formerly of Olimpia Milano.
Langford, who played his college ball at Kansas, led the Euroleague in scoring this past season, earning the prestigious Alphonso Ford Trophy from FIBA. He also averaged 17.6 points per game for Milan in Serie A, the domestic Italian league he plays in.
He also has an offer from the BC Unics, a Russian pro team. Having played two games in his NBA career with the San Antonio Spurs in 2008, Langford’s minimum offer would be a little over $816,000 according to RealGM.