Ohio State guard Amedeo Della Valle going pro in Europe
Ohio State guard Amedeo Della Valle announced that he was returning to Europe to play professionally.
Ohio State's season ended on Thursday with a loss to Dayton, and the Buckeyes will have some questions in the offseason. The main one revolves around LaQuinton Ross and whether he will return to Columbus or go to the NBA.
And now they will also be without Amedeo Della Valle in the future.
The sophomore guard put up a statement on Twitter that he was returning to Europe to play professionally.
It's been real THE Ohio State University.Thank you for everything.Best experience of my life.Thank you BuckeyeNation! pic.twitter.com/2FYJBlEZRt— Amedeo Della Valle (@Ame_DV_33) March 22, 2014
Della Valle, a native of Italy, averaged 4.0 points off the bench for Ohio State this season.
There were reports earlier this week that Reggio Emilia and other Italian club teams were interested in Della Valle.
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