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Devin Oliver won championships last two seasons in Slovenia


Former Dayton Flyers forward Devin Oliver will play his next season of professional basketball in Turkey after two seasons in Slovenia, according to a report by Sportando.com.

An announcement is expected soon about Oliver signing with Banvit, which plays in Bandirma, Turkey.

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Oliver played for Petrol Olimpija the last two seasons in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and helped lead the team to two championships. He averaged 13.2 points and 7.3 rebounds last season.

“So proud of this team for everything we’ve been through this year,” Oliver wrote on Instagram in May. “Between the highs and the lows, we finished up with a FREAKING CHAMPIONSHIP. 2 years in Olimpija, 2 consecutive national championships. Also very thankful for winning back to back finals MVPS.”

» LOOKING BACK: Oliver makes his mark in Slovenia

Oliver will also play this summer with former Dayton teammates Vee Sanford and Dyshawn Pierre in The Basketball Tournament for the second straight year. Their team plays its first-round game July 14.

o proud of this team for everything we’ve been through this year. Between the highs and the lows, we finished up with a FREAKING CHAMPIONSHIP. 2 years in Olimpija, 2 consecutive national championships. Also very thankful for winning back to back finals MVPS.


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