Jun 11, 2013, 11:26 AM EDT
Jeremy Pargo, the reserve point guard who bounced between the Cavaliers (where he started 11 games) and the Philadelphia 76ers, is going to play next season in Europe.
Pargo has signed a two-year, $5.2 million deal with CSKA Moscow, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
This is a smart move that gets him paid. Pargo is a fringe NBA player who likely bounces around next season on minimum contracts at best, more likely just some 10-day deals. Now he’s getting paid seven digits to play a big role for one of Europe’s power teams.
We wish him luck over there.
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