Paul BILIGHA

Center
Born in Perugia (Ita) on 31/7/1990

 

Paul Biligha, a 2.00 mt center, from Perugia, where he was born on May, 31, 1990, came to Milan during the month of July, 2019, from Venice.

2020/21 SEASON – He helped Olimpia win the Supercup. He was a member of 2021 Italian Cup winning team.

2019/20 SEASON – He had a four-block game in Tel Aviv that was the second highest single-game total for an Olimpia player. Only Gani Lawal had more with five in 2014 in Athens, vs Olympiacos.

His career

Paul Biligha started to play in Cameroon, where he lived from age eight to 16, and eventually in Florence, when his family returned in Italy.

Then he was acquired by the UCC Casalpusterlengo and later he also played in Verolanuova, Crema, Pavia.
In 2012, he moved to Avellino where he played two seasons in Serie A before moving to Ferentino in A2. From 2015 to 2017 he was in Cremona for two seasons (in the second he averaged 11.0 points and 5.2 rebounds per game) and then another two in Venice, winning the Fiba Europe Cup in 2018 and the Italian championship in 2019.

He also played a European Under 20 Championship with the Italian national team in 2010 and a European Championship in 2017, in Israel and Turkey.

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