Former Gonzaga Bulldogs point guard Josh Perkins is heading to Poland to play for GTK Gliwice after one year in the NBA G-League.
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Perk graduated from Gonzaga after a stellar four-year career in which he helped elevate the program to new heights and finally exited as the record holder for career assists with 712.
Perkins went undrafted in the 2019 draft. He joined the Charlotte Hornets for the NBA Summer League, signed an Exhibition 10 contact, and was released during training camp. He joined the Greensboro Swarm, and was later traded to the Texas Legends.
During his one year in the G-League, Perkins struggled to find consistent time, playing just 14.2 minutes per game. In that limited time, he showcased his impressive passing flair, averaging 2.9 assists per game.
GTK Gliwice plays in the first level of the Polish Basketball League. Last season, they finished in 12th place out of 16 teams.