Leon, Guanajuato.- After eight years in the rush sport of the old continent, American Ryan Pearson will enter the National Professional Basketball League for the first time and will do so wearing the León Bees jersey.
The native of Far Rockaway, New York, works on the floor as a power forward and in college basketball in the United States he played four seasons with George Mason’s quintet, where he registered 1,626 points, 806 rebounds and 157 assists.
In 2012, Pearson He undertook the European adventure and his first professional team was BC Goverla of Ukraine, then he joined the Port of Antwerp Giants of Belgium, Alba Fehervar of Hungary, while in the French league he was with the teams of Le Mans Sarthe Basket, JDA Dijon Basket and Boulazac Basket Dordogne.
With his last club in Gallic lands, the North American averaged 10.14 points, 3.09 rebounds, 1.14 assists, 0.91 steals and 0.18 blocks per game, however, his best numbers were achieved in the Belgian tournament, this in the 2013-2014 campaign , with 459 units, 176 boards, 115 of these defenses, 34 assists and 37 steals in 29 games.
Pearson is the ninth element the Bees have confirmed, joining countrymen Giddy Potts, Gary McGhee and Kayel Locke, as well as Will Spencer, Mike Smith, Ricardo “Kalo” Valdez, Juan Contreras and Gerardo Chávez.
The honey producers, led by the Spaniard Pablo García, will start their participation in the LNBP’s 2021 campaign by visiting Los Dorados de Chihuahua on September 2 and 3.
Name: Ryan Pearson
Place of Origin: Far Rockaway, New York
Date of Birth: February 27, 1990
Age: 31 Years
Height: 1.98 Mts.
Weight: 104 Kg.
Teams: George Mason (United States)
BC Goverla (Ukraine)
Port of Antwerp Giants (Belgium)
Alba Fehervar (Hungary)
Le Mans Sarthe Basket (France)
JDA Dijon Basket (France)
Boulazac Basket Dordogne (France)