Groningen’s basketball pride, Reinke Mast (21) takes a new big step in his career and ends up under a great coach
Basketball player Rienk Mast from Groningen takes a new step in his career. He will leave Bradley University and join Greater Nebraska next season.
The 21-year-old former Donnar player ends up with the so-called Big ten It is one of the best conferences in America. At Fred Hoiberg, Groninger gets a celebrity trainer. The 50-year-old American previously coached, among others, the Chicago Bulls and the Iowa Hurricanes.
As a college coach, Hoiberg has coached quite a few NBA players, including Monte Morris and Georges Nang (at Iowa State) and Delano Banton and Bryce McGowens (at Nebraska). Euroleague players such as Will Cliburn (Istanbul Efes), Naz Long (Armani Milano) and Matt Thomas (Panathinaikos) also belonged to former NBA player Hojbjerg, aka Mayor he have.
Mast will play again in his new club with the number 51, the year Donar was founded. Nebraska is also the old club of former Donners famous Jason Dorisso and Lance Jeter. Masar is king with his new club. “I really wanted to make this move, I guess Big ten He said on Husker Online, the Nebraska club’s website “It really fits my style of play.
The 8-foot mast is a replacement for Nebraska’s Derek Walker. “I spent hours watching videos of Nebraska in general and how Coach Hoiberg used his big men and Derek Walker in particular,” Mast said. “I was really impressed by that. I hope I can add something to the team with my qualities and especially with my three-point shot.”
At the end of May, Mast, who was also coveted by other major universities like Iowa and Cincinnati, will return home to Groningen after completing his stint at Bradley. In the summer he then left for Lincoln, Nebraska.
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