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Pitt Basketball Guard Amsal Delalic Arrives: Entire Team Now On Campus




On Wednesday, Pitt’s newest player — European guard Amsal Delalic —  arrived in the steel city.

A Pitt spokesperson told PSN that this marks the official arrival of the entire Pitt roster — everyone is now on campus.

Delalic is a 6-foot-7 guard from Borac Nektar in Bosnia & Herzegovina. He turns 21 later this summer.

“And the journey continues…” Delalic said in an Instagram post when he committed. “I am thankful for all the people of the University of Pittsburgh especially coach Jeff Capel and Tim O’Toole for giving me the opportunity to come and play basketball and continue my academic path as well. #AD52 coming to a zoo near you…”

Delalic is coming off a season with Borac Netkar in the Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina and ABA League Second Division in which he averaged 13.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game on 46/42/80 shooting splits. Eurospects rates Delalic as the 26th-ranked European among prospects born in 2003.

Pitt has confirmed to PSN that Delalic has four years of eligibility with the Panthers. He officially signed with the program on May 18, 2024.

“We are excited to add Amsal to our roster,” head coach Jeff Capel said when Pitt signed Delalic. “He is a talented guard with an outstanding shooting stroke and feel for the game. He has played at a high level internationally and will come into our program ready to compete. We were looking to add another high-upside player with the shooting ability to stretch the floor and Amsal fits that role.”

Pitt also added transfers Cam Corhen (Florida State) and Damian Dunn (Houston) this offseason, in addition to freshmen Amdy Ndiaye (forward) and Brandin Cummings (guard).

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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