Charlon Kloof (190 cm, G) is leaving the ACB and will join his former team in Turkey. The Dutch point guard is headed back to OGM Ormanspor Genclik Ankara, where he played last season when he averaged 9.6 ppg and 2.4 assists in 19 BSL games.
Kloof started the season playing for MoraBanc Andorra but soon moved to Fuenlabrada. His stay there was also short as he is on the move after only nine games in which he contributed 1.4 ppg in 8.3 mpg playing time.
Charlon Kloof, 30 years old, is a starter for the Dutch national team and just played 2 games in the first Fiba window in a Turkish bubble. He will return with his Dutch teammates in February to take on Croatia and Sweden.
Kloof attended Saint Bonaventure University, where he averaged 11.8 ppg and 5 assists his senior year.