Basketballghana.com can confirm Ghanaian-Italian Guard David Cournooh left Vanoli Cremona’s game against Reyer Venezia due to cramp.
The veteran player played 25 minutes in Cremona’s 66-83 loss to Reyer in the Italian Serie A but had to leave due to the condition.
He registered four points, two rebounds and two assists during his time on the court as a starter alongside Giuseppe Poeta in the Cremona backcourt.
However, according to Italian news outlet PianetaBasket, the 6 foot 2 inch player’s condition isn’t serious and has been cleared to train for upcoming assignments. A muscular problem led to Cournooh cramping according to the same source.
The loss to Reyer is Cremona’s second in as many games this season in the Italian League; the team suffered a 77-102 loss to Trieste in the season opener.
Cournooh recorded three points, an assists and two rebounds in 26 minutes against Trieste in his first league outing after moving from Virtus Bologna this offseason.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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