Sergio Rodriguez is reportedly will again play in the EuroLeague after a one-year return to the NBA last season.
The point guard, who played last season for the Philadelphia 76ers, agreed to a three-year contract with CSKA Moscow, according to multiple reports. Freelance journalist David Pick first reported the news.
Rodriguez was named EuroLeague MVP in 2014 for Real Madrid and won a championship with the club the following year.
Rodriguez entered free agency after career-highs in points (7.8), assists (5.1), 3-point shooting (36.5 percent) and minutes (22.3) in his first season with the Sixers.
He returned to the NBA after a six-year hiatus playing overseas and started in 30 games for coach Brett Brown, appearing in 68 last season overall.
ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk contributed to this report.