Tim is signed with Bnei Herzlia in central Israel. Spanish league is really tough, and for US kids the transition to a grown man’s game (it’s a very rough, physical league, particularly inside) is pretty hard there, especially with the language barrier.
Lots of reasons Tim may have moved…hope he gets playing time in Israel. The next tallest guy on his team is 6’7″, so he should get some run.
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