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Broadway to begin pro career with North Macedonia basketball club


Miami, Florida senior guard Travon Broadway Jr. drives the ball against Western Michigan during their Feb. 6 matchup in McGuirk Arena. WMU won 67-65.

Travon Broadway Jr. will begin his professional basketball career overseas.

Broadway inked a deal with KK TFT Skopje, a professional basketball club in North Macedonia. The news was first reported by, with Broadway himself later confirming the news in an Instagram post. 

After spending the first two seasons of his college career at the community college level, Broadway transferred to Central Michigan University entering the 2019-20 season. 

In his first season, Broadway was one of three players to play in all 32 games. He made 14 starts and averaged 7.1 points per game. 

Broadway developed well heading into his second and final season with the Chippewas, emerging as one of the team's most consistent scorers. He scored a career-high 29 in his final collegiate game, a loss to Western Michigan. 

Broadway missed the final nine games of the season due to injury and elected not to use his extra year of eligibility for the 2021-22 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.