Looking ahead to the first edition of the Professional Basketball Super League, Broncos de Caracas announced this Wednesday the return of the young promise Garly sojo.
"Broncos is my family... I am committed to giving my best this season," said the man from Caricuao in statements reviewed by the team on their social networks.
The 22-year-old forward was not with the capital's quintet in the SLB Cup - which was played last November - because he attended an invitation from the NBA G-League, a league for promotion to the best basketball in the world.
Garly then uniformed with Capitanes de Ciudad de México, the first NBA G-League franchise in Latin America, and was able to showcase his many skills in the paint and further his development as a player.
Later, taking advantage of the NBA G-League off-season, he had a brief internship in Argentina with Quimsa of the National Basketball League.
Read also: Pedro Chourio will be a saurian
He is ready to return to the Venezuelan courts as a "more experienced" player. The main objective is to polish that talent that has opened the door to the national basketball team and outlines him as a possible NBA player.
Garly has been linked to Broncos since 2018 and defending his colors he has played in Serie A, Led1 and in the first two seasons of the Super League.