Former IU basketball forward Miller Kopp will continue his basketball journey overseas.
In an announcement on Instagram, Kopp says he has signed with Limoges CSP in France. He also posted a picture of himself traveling to France on his Instagram story on Sunday.
Based in Limoges, France, the program is part of the top tier of professional basketball in that country.
Kopp was the only Hoosier to start all 35 games in 2022-23. He started all 70 games in his two-year IU career after transferring in from Northwestern. The Houston, Texas native averaged 8.1 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists, and made a team-best 63 3-pointers in 2022-23.
Kopp shot 48.1% (100-of-208) from the field, 44.4% (63-of-142) from the 3-point line, and 82.6% (19-of-23) from the free throw line.
After playing three season at Northwestern and two at IU, Kopp holds the record for the most men’s basketball games played in Big Ten history.
Kopp scored 1,323 career points at IU and Northwestern.
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