. . World news – CA – N. s. NBA star Nate Darling is said to sign a deal with Charlotte Hornets from the NBA

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Alan April
CTV Atlantic News. California writer

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Villanova striker Jermaine Samuels (23) defends Delaware goalkeeper Nate Darling (3) during the first half of the Never Forget Tribute Classic NCAA basketball game, Saturday, December. 14, 2019, in Newark, N.Y.. J. (Corey Sepkin / AP)

Halifax –
Bedford, N.. s. Resident Nate Darling took a big step towards becoming the first Nova Scotia-born player to play in the NBA.

Darling was not selected in the NBA draft Wednesday night, but only hours after the draft had finished, reports surfaced that he was about to sign a two-way contract with the Charlotte Hornets.

The two-way knot means the six-foot-five-inch-long keeper can split his playing time in Charlotte and Greensboro, N. . C. For the Hornets minor branch of the NBA.

Nate Darling of Halifax reportedly agreed to a two-way deal with the Charlotte Hornets after it went without formulation.. Pic. Twitter. com / YyP6NxbXTD

Darling, who played college basketball at the University of Alabama-Birmingham and the University of Delaware, has announced that he is eligible for the NBA draft after the 2019-20 season in Delaware. .

The 22-year-old marksman was one of the NCAA’s top scorers, capturing Delaware with 21 points per game, and earning the CAA’s first team title. .

Darling set a University of Delaware record with 107 three-pointers last season, and was 672 points shy with just seven points from the school record..

Darling played basketball at his high school South of the Border at DeMatha Catholic High School, a strong basketball hub in Hitsville, Maryland, where he played with former NBA player Markel Fultz. .

As a high school student, Darling achieved both domestic and international success acting in Nova Scotia and Canada. In 2015, he scored 50 points to lead Nova Scotia Basketball to a surprise over Ontario in the Canadian U-17 Basketball Championship match in Halifax..

He also joined a team with Lyndale Wigington, a Nova Scotia player in the NBA, on the Canada U-19 team that won a historic gold medal at the 2017 FIBA ​​U19 Basketball World Cup, and helped Team Canada win a silver medal in the Basketball Championship. For the Americas under 18 years old, 2016. .

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World News – CA – N. s. NBA star Nate Darling is said to sign a deal with Charlotte Hornets from the NBA

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