Daniel Mullings has signed a one-year contract with Finland’s Kataja Basket, which plays in Korisliiga, Finland’s top professional league.

Mullings is coming off a phenominal summer season with the JiangHuai Lightning in China’s National Basketball League. Over the course of his 10 games, Mullings complied a ridiculous statline of 33 points, 10.9 rebounds, 4.6 steals, and 3.5 assists per game. His average steals per game led the NBL.

“I cannot wait to get started on my second professional season,” said Mullings. “I am looking forward to suiting up for Kataja this year and going to work in Finland and Champions League or FIBA Europe Cup.”

Kataja, which was home to former Carleton standout Thomas Scrubb last year, finished 1st place in the Korisliiga last season, posting a 29-7 record.

They were eliminated by BC Nokia in the quarterfinals of the Korisliiga playoffs, losing the series 3-1. The club also had a successful FIBA Europe Cup season, going 4-2 in round one and advancing to the second group phase, before being eliminated.

Sean Marranca

Written by Sean Marranca

Sean Marranca is an NPH Correspondent covering Canadian Basketball from high school to the NBA. Follow him on Twitter @Sean_NPH


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