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Matteson signs with Tokyo Z in Japan's NBDL - Oct 3, 2014


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Evan
Matteson
Former Bellingham Slam center Evan Matteson (6'11''-C-90, college: Texas A&M Int.) has headed across the Pacific for his second stint playing basketball overseas.

Matteson, who last played for the Slam in 2013, has signed with Tokyo Z, an expansion club in the National Basketball Development League of Japan.

The 6-foot-10 native of Edmonds, Wash., elected not to play in the International Basketball League last spring after returning from his first season overseas in Norway, but did participate in the Seattle Pro-Am summer league, where he was a league all-star and competed alongside several NBA players, including Jamal Crawford, Isaiah Thomas and Spencer Hawes.

Last winter, Matteson posted impressive numbers in Norway's BLNO league with Gimle BBK, where he averaged 13 points and 9 rebounds per game, helped Gimle win the BLNO Championship, and was named the leagues Defensive Player of the Year by Eurobasket.com.

In 2013, Matteson helped anchor the low post for the Slam alongside center Blake Poole, averaging 15 points, 8 rebounds and a team-leading 2 blocks per game. He aided Bellingham in winning their second IBL Championship in a row that season, but is best remembered for sinking a buzzer-beating three-point shot to win a mid-season game against the Portland Chinooks, which helped preserve the Slams number one playoff seeding.

After a short three-game stint with the Slam in 2012, Matteson became the first player in team history to be selected in the NBA Development League draft, when he was picked 119th overall by the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Matteson participated in training camp and several exhibition games for the Vipers before being released by the club, which eventually led to his return to the Slams roster in 2013.

Matteson originally was an outstanding player at the collegiate level for Texas A&M International, where he led the Dustdevils in scoring as a senior with 13 points per game and helped his team to a 21-7 record and first place in the NCAA Division-II Heartland Conference.

The first regular season game for Matteson and his new Tokyo Z team is scheduled for October 18.
  




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