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Aaron Harrison backs out of professional deal in Turkey

(Photo by Randy Belice/NBAE via Getty Images)

(Photo by Randy Belice/NBAE via Getty Images)

Former Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison had a deal in place with a Turkish professional team, but has reportedly backed out at the last minute.

Sportnado, a foreign sports outlet, reports Harrison will not play for Galatasaray as originally planned next season.

Harrison has played for the Charlotte Hornets and the Dallas Mavericks since entering the NBA as an undrafted free agent in 2015.

He finished last season with the Mavericks, where he averaged 6.7 points per game in nine games with the team. As an unrestricted free agent this offseason, Harrison played for the Washington Wizards’ summer league team, but still unfortunately came away unemployed.

No word on whether or not Harrison will continue to pursue his NBA dreams or search for a professional team elsewhere.

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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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6 Comments for Aaron Harrison backs out of professional deal in Turkey

  1. He just watched the movie “Midnight Express”.



  2. njCat
    2:04 am August 14, 2018 Permalink

    Smart move. Erdogan would probably find out he played for same school as Enes Kanter and throw him in jail.



    • Irwin R. Fletcher
      9:22 am August 14, 2018 Permalink

      This. Exactly this.



  3. TBW3011
    9:26 am August 14, 2018 Permalink

    Yeah. Don’t go to Turkey. That’s nuts.



  4. sprtphan
    9:46 am August 14, 2018 Permalink

    Turkey is a mess right now and getting more anti-American by the day. Being pressured to release hostages.



  5. Christians4Trump
    10:40 am August 14, 2018 Permalink

    OH LOOK ANother millineal snow flake wanting something for nothing!! if TRUMP is o.k. with erdiwan then you shouldnt have nothing to worry about ether AARON