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Robert Carter Jr. signed a 1-year deal with a Lithuanian basketball team

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Another former Maryland basketball player has found a new home for the upcoming season.

After playing summer league with the Denver Nuggets, Robert Carter Jr. will spend another season overseas, this time in Lithuania. He’ll play under a one-year deal for Lietuvas Rytas, the team announced on Saturday.

The deal was first reported by writer David Pick on Twitter at the beginning of the month, and after a good summer league run, Carter will get another chance to sharpen his skills overseas.

Carter averaged 13 points and 6.6 rebounds in 25.5 minutes a night for Enel Basket Brindisi of the Serie A Italian League last season. Now, he’ll join a Rytas team that placed second in the Lithuanian Basketball League last season and also compete in the Eurocup.

In heading overseas, Carter joins Rasheed Sulaimon, who will play for JDA Dijon in France this year.

In other news

We’ve finished our final positional preview of the summer. Here’s how Specialists Week went down.

With Will Likely off to the NFL, the Terps will turn to a committee of returners to handle the job this season.

Sasho Cirovski’s No. 6-ranked soccer squad started its exhibition season with two wins in College Park.

Brian Plummer has refined his body since getting to College Park, and the Baltimore Sun wrote about how his hard work is paying off.

With Shane Cockerille’s status day-to-day, The Washington Post reports linebacker Isaiah Davis has taken the “next step” and impressed in fall camp.