MUNICH, GERMANY – Great Falls native Josh Huestis hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer in his Euroleage debut to lift German club FC Bayern over his alma mater Stanford 67-66 in an exhibition game Tuesday.
FINAL | #FCBB vs @StanfordMBB | 67-66— FC Bayern Basketball (@fcb_basketball) August 27, 2019
Was für ein Ende unseres ersten Vorbereitungsspiels 2019/20. @jhuestis bezwingt den 🚨 gegen seine ehemalige Universität.
Scorer: @M10OSE 17 Pts & 9 Reb, #Huestis 12, #Rudan 10 pic.twitter.com/6vBUh2xV9n
Huestis, who signed with Bayern in July, finished the contest with 12 points. Fellow NBA transplant Greg Monroe led Bayern with 17 points and nine rebounds.
Huestis is the all-time leader in blocks at Stanford where he spent four years after a record-breaking career at Great Falls CMR. The 2014 first-round NBA draft pick joined the German club after stints with Oklahoma City and San Antonio.