Italian League champion Umana Reyer Venice announced on Tuesday that shooting guard Mike Bramos, who is quickly becoming a club legend, will return for a fifth season. Bramos (1.96 meters, 32 years old) averaged 11.2 points and 4.5 rebounds in the Italian League last season to help Reyer win the championship. He came up big when his team needed him most, scoring 22 points in the series-clinching victory over Vanoli Cremona in the Italian semifinals and another 22 in Game 7 of the finals versus Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari. He also won the Italian League with Reyer in 2017 and the FIBA Europe Cup in 2018. In his four seasons in Venice, Bramos has become the club leader in three-pointers made (326), playoff games (48) and playoff three-pointers (100). He is second in playoff scoring (449) and fourth in career minutes played (4,187).
Bramos began his professional career in 2009 with Peristeri Athens and he debuted in the EuroCup with Gran Canaria in 2010. He's averaged 8.1 points over 34 career EuroCup games with Gran Canaria and Reyer. Bramos also played two seasons in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague for Panathinaikos Athens between 2012 and 2014. He helped the Greens to a pair of Greek League and Cup doubles. Bramos has also played for the Greek national team.