Science City Jena of Germany's Basketball Bundesliga has signed point guard Julius Jenkins. Jenkins played for Buducnost Voli in the Adriatic League last season.
Jenkins is returning to Germany after spending nearly his entire career there, playing for Alba Berlin from 2006-2011, Brose Baskets from 2011-2012 and EWE Baskets Oldenburg from 2012-2015. Last season Jenkins was in Montenegro playing in the Adriatic League for Buducnost Voli, where he averaged 9.9 ppg and 2.6 apg.
Science City Jena won its first ProA championship last season, winning the second-division championship and being promoted to the top division in Germany for the firs time since 2007.
SF Devin Oliver will be playing in Slovenia this year after spending time in France and Israel last season. This is the fourth different country Oliver will have played in as he enters the third year of his professional career.
Oliver averaged 9.2 ppg an 7.0 rpg in 20 games last season, splitting time between Rouen Basket and Maccabi Kiryat Gat, teams in France and Israel's top divisions, respectively. He started his professional career in Belgium, playing for Limburg United in 2014-2015.
Union Olimpija advanced to the semifinals of the Liga NovaKBM playoffs last season.
Power forward Romeo Travis has signed to play in Italy next season, inking with Pallacanesto Cantu after spending last year in France.
Montakit Fuenlabrada has signed power forward Ian O'Leary, a staple in Spanish league basketball, from CB Canarias.
Bnei Herzliya of Israel's Winner League has signed point guard Taurean Green. The league announced the signing earlier today.
Walter Tigers Tubingen of Germany's Basketball Bundesliga have signed shooting guard Barry Stewart, the team announced early Aug. 12. Stewart played for Limburg United in Belgium last season.
Stewart returns to where he started his career, playing in Germany from 2010-2013 for the Giessen 46ers and TBB Trier. He spent the past three seasons in Belgium, playing for Port of Antwerp Giants (2013-2014) and Limburg United (2014-2016) in the Scooore! League, Belgium's top division.
Last season, Stewart put up 12.6 ppg and 3.1 rpg as Limburg advanced to the semifinals of the Scooore! League playoffs. He goes to a team that finished 10-24 last season and did not qualify for the playoffs.
Forward Gilbert Brown has re-signed with Ironi Nahariya of Israel's Winner League.