The Panamanian forward Eugenio Luzcando will take his talent to Argentinian basketball, where he will reinforce Weber Bahia Basket Club for the remainder of the 2018-2019 season.
The national team member, 23 years of age and a 1.93 centimeters tall, signed a contract for a semester with the Argentine team.
Luzcando established as champion in the local tournament with the University team, leaving averages of 12.8 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 2.8 ball recoveries. This numbers helped him gain the MVP award in that championship.
Before that, he played four seasons in the American NCAA, with the Bengals of the University of Idaho State, where he exceeded the record of 200 steals.
Born in Chile, Eugenio Luzcando opted for the nationality of his father, this is why the national team of Panama called him to participate in the Copa America in 2017 and some games of China World Cup 2019 qualifications.
During his experience in Argentina, he will be under the command of coach Sebastian Ginobili, brother of retired NBA Enmanuel and former member of the Argentinian national team.