Following his debut season in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague as a member of Fenerbahce, where he posted statistics of 8.0 points, 1.3 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per game, Carsen Edwards made the transition to Bayern Munich for his second year in European competition.
Edwards has showcased his skills by averaging an impressive 19.4 points across eight preseason games with the Bavarian squad, and he appears to be settling in comfortably in the backcourt of his new team at the age of 25.
“I try to be the best version of myself every time. It’s still early days and I’m just taking advantage of the opportunities I get in preparation. The point is to improve and build confidence,” Edwards said in an interview with Eurohoops.
Spending his EuroLeague rookie season with Fenerbahce, Carsen Edwards (@Cboogie_3) moved to Bayern Munich 🇩🇪
The 25-year-old American guard said he needs “more time” to adjust to Europe and praised Pablo Laso, saying he wants to repay his trust:https://t.co/GrDouoHMYo
— Eurohoops (@Eurohoopsnet) September 27, 2023