Italy and Serie A seem to be in the destiny of rookie E'Twuan Moore. Former Purdue standout, selected by Boston Celtics with the 55th overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft, was close to Cimberio Varese until few days ago. The two parts initially agreed to a short NBA out when the lockout will end, but Moore asked to put an NBA out to exercise even if he won't have a written proposal by Celtics, who hold his rights in NBA.
Cimberio Varese did not accept the new offer made by Moore and his American agent and decided to give up on the negotiation. In the night between Tuesday and Wednesday the two parts talked again and Varese made a new proposal: an escape for 15 days when and if lockout ends. Moore and his American agent were close to accept the proposal when Benetton Treviso entered in the negotiations and accepted all the first requests of the rookie with the risk to lose him during the season when the lockout will end.
Moore finished his NCAA season with Purdue averaging 18ppg, 5.1rpg and 3.2apg in 34 games.