Panathinaikos keeps swingman Kaselakis

Jul 27, 2021 by Euroleague.net Print
Panathinaikos keeps swingman Kaselakis

Panathinaikos OPAP Athens announced that swingman Leonidas Kaselakis is set to keep playing for his current team next season. Kaselakis (2.00 meters, 31 years old) averaged 2.2 points on 41.4% three-point shooting and 1.5 rebounds in 28 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague games last season, his first in the competition. He helped Panathinaikos win the Greek double - league and cup titles - this year. Kaselakis started his career with Ikysiakos Athens, and has played for several other Greek squads such as PAOK Thessaloniki, AEK Athens, Nea Kifisia Dimoulas Athens and Promitheas Patras, as well as for Astana on Kazakhstan. He helped Astana win back-to-back Kazakhstan League titles in 2017 and 2018, and also lifted the Kazakhstan Cup trophy in 2018. Kaselakis has also been a member of the Greek national team. He helped Greece win respective gold medals at the 2008 U18 European Championships and the 2009 U20 European Championships, also getting a silver medal at the 2010 U20 European Championships.