WEEK 4 ROSTER MOVES
By BIG3 July 28, 2021
Injury and replacement recap for BIG3 Week 4
*Updated Wednesday, July 28th 8PM
Ryan Hollins is out for week 4. 3’s Company will be replacing him with Arinze Onuaku. Onuaku joins the BIG3 with 4 years of NBA experience. He played for New Orleans, Cleveland, Minnesota, and Orlando. Onuaku played college basketball at Syracuse where he number 1 all time for field goal percentage at .648. Onuaku will be playing center for 3’s Company.
Josh Smith is out with a lower leg injury. Mickell Gladness will be replacing him on Bivouac. Losing their captain came at a bad time for Bivouac who play against a tough 3 Headed Monsters squad in week 4. Gladness will be playing center for Bivouac. Bivouac has made 3 roster moves in the last week, so they are trying to make changes to get in the win column.
Cuttino Mobley is doubtful with a thigh injury for week 4. Dusan Bulut joins the Power from the Olympics where he plays for Serbia. Currently, Bulut is ranked No. 1 in the world in men’s individual 3X3 rankings by the International Basketball Federation. Power matchup with Killer 3’s in week 4. They will be looking to stay in the top half of the standings and start the season (3-1).
Jeremy Pargo will not play for 3’s Company in week 4. He will be replaced by David Hawkins who last played for Trilogy in 2019. In the 2019 season Hawkins was top 5 in scoring in the BIG3 while leading the league in steals. Hawkins is a like-for-like change for Jeremy Pargo and 3’s Company.
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