Max Montana is moving to a new team in Germany after signing with the Hamburg Towers in the German Pro A league. Montana had been playing in the Basketball Bundesliga with the Giessen 46ers, where he was averaging 5.5 points and 1.4 rebounds per game while only playing 9.3 minutes per game. The German American joins a Hamburg team that is in the thick of the race for promotion to the BBL. They currently sit in second place in the league with a
13-6 record, three games back of first-place Niners Chemnitz.
Montana is in his first season of pro hoops after leaving college a year early to pursue a professional career. His dual American-German citizenship makes him an attractive asset to European teams, and this move to Hamburg should boost his productivity as he looks to prove himself early on in his career.