Danny Huffor: Worcester Wolves sign former Glasgow and Cheshire forward

Danny Huffor
Danny Huffor had an outstanding game against Worcester for Cheshire last season, scoring 38 points and 15 rebounds at the University Arena

Worcester Wolves have signed their fourth player in three days after snapping up forward Danny Huffor.

The 29-year-old, who holds a UK and an American passport, has played in the British Basketball League for the last two seasons with Glasgow Rocks and Cheshire Phoenix.

He averaged 15 points and five rebounds per game for the Phoenix last term.

Huffor follows guard Marek Klassen and forwards Deondre McWhorter and Trevor Setty onto Wolves' roster.

"We're really excited about Danny - he's a player who lit some games up last year," head coach Paul James told BBC Hereford and Worcester.

"When he's hot, he's very hard to stop - he's very aggressive with the ball and is solid in defence too."

James also confirmed the club are likely to make two or three more signings next week as he looks to complete the reshaping of his squad for the new season.

Wolves were beaten in the quarter-finals in the BBL Championship play-offs in 2015-16.

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