Aaron Henry, former Spartan star, signs overseas hoops contract
Aaron Henry is on the move, opting to head overseas after one season bouncing around between the NBA and the G League.
Henry, a second-year professional after playing for Tom Izzo at Michigan State, is making the move to France to continue his basketball career. The Metropolitans 92, a professional basketball club based in the Paris metropolitan area, announced the signing Monday.
Metropolitans 92 plays in the LNB Pro A, the highest-tier level of French basketball.
Aaron Henry s’engage avec les Metropolitans 92. L’ailier athlétique de 22ans (1,96m), natif de Louisville, issu des Delaware @bluecoats en @nbagleague (27 matchs – 13 points – 4,6 rebonds) a joué 6 matchs de @nba en 2021-22 avec les Philadelphia @sixers. Bienvenue Aaron ! pic.twitter.com/Q4NQHd56RK
— Boulogne-Levallois Metropolitans 92 (@Metropolitans92) August 5, 2022
Henry appeared in 97 games (77 starts) over a 3-year career for Izzo in East Lansing. He finished his time with the Spartans averaging 10 points per game with 4.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 0.9 steals while shooting 46% from the floor.
Best of luck to Henry as he makes the transition overseas.