The veteran Venezuelan point guard Heissler Guillent will pack his bags again and will be one of the reinforcements of the Titanes de Barranquilla, five-time champion of the Colombian Professional Basketball Division for the opening tournament that begins on the 21st of this month in the city of Cali, reported @ BasketCol.
It will not be the first time that the "Sastre" plays in Colombia. Guillent wore the Arrieros de Antioquía shirt in 2009 and has international experience in the Dominican Republic and Mexico, where he excelled with the Jalisco Astros.
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In his last appearance in Venezuela, the 35-year-old player was champion with Guaiqueríes de Margarita in the Super League Cup with averages of 13.7 points, 2.8 rebounds and 5.8 assists.
Guillent, who is known for his good handling of the ball, has also shone with the Venezuelan national team thanks to a record that includes a championship at the FIBA Americas in 2015 ('Ideal Quintet' included), as well as participating in the FIBA World Cup in China of 2019.
The native of Macarao now goes new challenge in Colombia. Guillent will be a boon to Titans as they seek their sixth title.