Sean Kilpatrick, former UC Bearcats great, signs to play in Israel with Hapoel Jerusalem

Dave Clark
Cincinnati Enquirer

Former University of Cincinnati Bearcats standout Sean Kilpatrick signed with Hapoel Jerusalem on Wednesday.

Earlier this month, former Bearcat Jacob Evans III signed with Hapoel Eilat - also in Israel's Winner League.

Brooklyn Nets guard Sean Kilpatrick (6) dribbles the ball against Detroit Pistons guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

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Last July, Kilpatrick agreed to a contract with Turkish club Tofas Bursa. He played part of last season for CB Gran Canaria in Las Palmas, Spain. for one year guaranteed with an option for a second year, per reports.

Kilpatrick announced in Nov. 2019 a deal to play for KK Budućnost in Montenegro of the Montenegrin Basketball League, Adriatic League and Eurocup.

Former University of Cincinnati Bearcats star Sean Kilpatrick, left, has found a new NBA home in Milwaukee.

In June 2019, Kilpatrick's Panathinaikos team - coached by Rick Pitino - won the Greek League championship with a sweep of Promitheas Patras - featuring Kilpatrick's former UC teammate, Octavius Ellis.

Kilpatrick played for the Bearcats from 2010 to 2014 and finished with 2,145 points - second only to Oscar Robertson's 2,973 in school history.

Kilpatrick last played in the NBA for the Chicago Bulls in 2018 and also has played for the Los Angeles Clippers (2018), Milwaukee Bucks (2017-18), Brooklyn Nets (2015-17), Denver Nuggets (2016) and Minnesota Timberwolves (2015).

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