Abe Lodwick enjoyed the best season of his college career last year and now he parlayed that success into a professional career in Europe. Lodwick, who made 46.2 percent of his 3-point attempts as a senior, signed with Phoenix Hagen in the German league.
"Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to play pro ball," Lodwick said according to Cougfan.com. "The NBA isn't a viable option right now but I just love playing basketball and having the opportunity to get paid to play is awesome. It's a fun experience that I'm going into, but I'm preparing rigorously for it."
Now the question is, is Europe ready for Abe Lodwick shot face?
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Scout.com: Abe Lodwick Profile
Abe Lodwick, who graduated from WSU in May, inked his first professional contract on Friday with Germany’s Phoenix Hagen.