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Turkish Airlines EuroLeague reigning champions Anadolu Efes have announced a new addition to the roster. The team coached by Ergin Ataman signed former Maccabi Tel Aviv guard Elijah Bryant to a two-year deal. 

Bryant left Maccabi Tel Aviv back in May to join the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. In Milwaukee, Bryant saw some playing time in the playoffs and won the NBA title, the first of his career. 

Last week, though, the Milwaukee Bucks decided to waive Elijah Bryant, making him a free agent on the market. 

Efes struggled in this first part of the season, losing all the first four EuroLeague games. So an additional boost in the backcourt might help coach Ataman's team. 

During the last NBA playoffs, Bryant averaged 1.3 points and 1.1 rebounds in 11 games. 

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