Current Team: London Lions Nationality: England Height: 6-5 (196cm)
British Basketball League
Brandon Peel graduated from Central Connecticut University in 2016, voted All Rookie Team. Averaged 11.9 points and 9.2 rebounds a game his senior season, finising second in rebounding in the NEC Conference. A very good shot blocker and passer of the ball. Check out our news feature on Brandon signing with the Lions here.
Andre Lockhart is a great combination player, primarily a point guard. Good three point shooter and can set the team up. Terrific defensive force and brings real energy and toughness to the team.
A graduate from the Lions Academy at Hackney Community College where he had a solid two years, spent a season in Prep school in the USA before returning to begin his pro career here this season.
Has played professionally in Greece, Ukraine and France amongst others. Scorer of over 1,000 points for Rider University after only missing 2 games his entire College career. Graduated from Blair Academy to get to Rider after learning his trade at Brixton Basketball Club under the legendary Jimmy Rogers.
Former GB Senior International, graduated from Portland State and has played in France, Germany and Czech republic as well as two terms in the BBL. Versatile shooter, slasher and a very god defender.
College: South Carolina State BBL Honours: BBL Championship Runner Up 2012/2013 BBL Play Offs Runner Up 2012/2013 BBL Cup Runner Up 2012/2013 Previous BBL Clubs: London Lions 2013- Newcastle Eagles 2012/2013 BBL Playing Debut: 26/10/2012 for Newcastle Eagles vs. Leicester Riders
Hometown: Richmond Heights, OH Height: 6 foot 7 inches Weight: 220lbs Dribbling hand: Right 2016/2017 seasons averages at Plymouth Raiders Points per game: 18.9 Rebounds per game:7 Assists per game: 3.5
Flo is 6ft 8″ tall and was born in Mitcham Surrey. Sendai 89ers (2013-), Okinawa, Japan (2011-13), Hamamatsu, Japan (2010-11), Everton Tigers (2010), L’Hospitalet, Spain (2009-10), Bellarmine University, USA (2007-9), La Salle University, USA (2005-07) Larkai has spent the past three years in the Japanese JBL league, having originally ventured east in late 2010. Starting…