Jordan Mathews’ professional basketball career is taking him overseas.
Mathews averaged 8.3 points and made 65 3-pointers in 51 games with the Pennsylvania-based BayHawks.
Mathews was a key piece on Gonzaga’s 2017 team that finished 37-2 and lost to North Carolina in the NCAA championship game. The 6-foot-3 graduate transfer from Cal averaged 10.6 points and connected on 85 3-pointers.
Mathews hit one of the biggest shots in program history, a 3-pointer with just under 1 minute remaining that helped the Zags edge West Virginia in the Sweet 16 in San Jose.
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