Former Highland Park player Antowine Lamb has signed with the Windsor Express in the National Basketball League of Canada.
“I’m just grateful for this new opportunity and the upcoming season,” Lamb said. “Excited to meet new friends and gain more experience to continue on to the next adventure wherever that may lead me.”
The Windsor Express, which won the league championship in 2014 and 2015, is the fourth team in Lamb’s professional career. He recently played with Kenitra AC in Morocco. He has also played for the BCKE Wallabies (2015) in Switzerland and Tigres de Managua (2014) in Nicaragua after graduating from McPherson College in 2010.
Lamb, a 6-foot-8 forward, averaged 23 points and 12 rebounds with two blocks with BCKE.
Lamb graduated from Highland Park in 2006 where he helped lead the Scots to the state championship game finishing with a 21-4 record.
He is the fifth player from Topeka playing professionally joining Kyle Weems, Onzie Branch, D.J. Johnson, and Marcus Fillyaw.
Click here to read Antowine Lamb’s story of how he persevered through a tough upbringing to become a professional basketball player.