Bolmaro pays his clause and is no longer a Barcelona player

The Argentine base Leandro Bolmaro has paid his exit clause to Barça this Wednesday (estimated at about 900,000 euros), with which he had a contract until June 2023, according to the Catalan club, to be able to play this season in the NBA.

Bolmaro, 21, to sign for the Minnesota Timberwolves, who claimed his rights in the 2020 draft after the New York Knicks selected him 23rd for four seasons, according to several American journalists on Twitter.

The Argentine player came to Barça in 2018 from the Argentine club Bahía Basket to play in the second team for Barça and debuted in the first team in the 2019-2020 season under the command of Svetislav Pesic, playing 15 games between the Endesa League and the Euriga.

It was last season with Sarunas Jasikevicius when the Argentine guard exploded playing 75 games, with outstanding performances as against MoraBanc Andorra in the Endesa League in which he set his scoring record with 26 points.

It’s a statement, Barça wished “good luck” the player in his new sporting stage in the NBA.

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