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Sports: Kevin Bridgewaters traded to Astrum Levice team

New team is Slovakian defending champion, which plays in front of packed arenas
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By Billy Fudge

Local professional basketball player, Kevin Bridgewaters has been traded from Inter Bratislava to another Slovakian team, defending champion, Astrum Levice.

Inter Bratislava suffered through a 10 game losing streak during Kevin's absence due to injury and just could not return to their winning ways after his return. So looking forward to next year and financial considerations they traded him.

Kevin, in an Internet, interview says he is happy with the trade and is excited about playing in front of packed arenas with top of the line European talent.

This story was posted on 2012-01-09 04:41:40
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Kevin Bridgewaters traded to reigning Slovakian champions

2012-01-09 - Slovakia - Photo submitted by Billy Joe Fudge.
Kevin Bridgewaters is wearing number 34 for his new Slovakian team, Astrum Levice. Kevin, of course, is a hometown basketball hero and lives just down the road in Chattanooga during the off season. -BILLY JOE FUDGE

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