In this week's edition of The Weekly Roundup: some players choose to leave their teams, while others simply change teams within the same country, and some Americans were part of mass signings by teams in Hungary and Belgium, respectively. On to the roundup!
Robert Carter opted out of his deal with Gaziantep Basketbol in Turkey to join the Zhejiang Golden Bulls in the Chinese Basketball Association.
The Flexx Pistoia signed Dominique Johnson, who is coming off a FIBA Europe Cup win last season with Umana Reyer Venezia.
Brandon Taylor joined Bergamo Basket in Italy's second division, Serie A2. Taylor averaged 14.4 points per game playing in Romania last year.
Markus Kennedy signed with Socar Petkimspor in the Turkish Basketball First League. Kennedy played for three different teams in two countries last season.
Melbourne United in Australia announced that the team re-signed Casper Ware and Josh Boone.
Jordan Heath was part of a pair of Americans that were signed to Alba Fehervar in Hungary. Heath has spent his entire career in Belgium and Switzerland.
Bradford Burgess and Terrance Henry were among four new signings at VOO Liege Basket in Belgium's EuroMillions Basketball League.
Former Villanova star Kris Jenkins will get his first taste of European hoops after signing with Eisbaren Bremerhaven in Germany's Basketball Bundesliga.
Hilton Armstrong signed with Bnei Herzeliya to replace Shaquille Moore, who asked to be released earlier this week.
Sidigas Avellino signed former NBA player Norris Cole. Cole spent last season with Maccabi Tel Aviv.
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