Shane Froling spent a 1993 and 1994 seasons with a Bullets, with Harry now carrying on a family name during a three-time NBL champions.
The Townsville-born large male not usually increases accumulation to Brisbane’s front justice though also adds to a Queensland essence in a Bullets squad.
“I’m super excited,” 22-year-old Froling said.
“They were unequivocally vehement to have me, and they were recruiting me a hardest out of everyone.
“I’ve always been told go where you’re wanted a many not what sounds a best and Brisbane unequivocally wanted me and put brazen a satisfactory offer.”
The former Adelaide 36er, who has formerly had workouts with NBA clubs Philadelphia, Utah and Sacramento, has sealed a one-year Brisbane deal, with a choice of a second.
Brisbane manager Andrej Lemanis worked with Harry during Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence and was an partner manager alongside Shane during a Townsville Crocodiles.
Basketball runs in a Froling family, with his hermit Sam also an NBL player, his sisters Keely and Alicia players in a WNBL, and mom Jenny four-time WNBL champion.
“Harry is another peculiarity signing for us as we continue to build a register for a arriving season,” Lemanis said.
“Harry’s ability to widen a building will positively yield flexibility in a front court. He has a extensive basketball IQ, sees a building good and can induce corruption around a pass – that are accessible skills for a actor of his size.
“I feel that we know Harry on a personal turn already, that will make his formation in to a bar a well-spoken one.
“One of a many sparkling things is that Harry has girl on his side. We know that like all 22 year olds, Harry has room to grow and we feel we are good placed as a bar to assistance him with this growth.
“We have injected girl into a organisation this year and I’m vehement by a event that provides for us as a organisation starts to take shape. It will be a good organisation to manager and one that we know a fans will suffer joining with.”
Froling is Brisbane’s third signing in 3 days, following on from Anthony Drmic and Tanner Krebs.
The contingent join Matt Hodgson, Will Magnay, Jason Cadee, Nathan Sobey, Tyrell Harrison and Tanner Krebs on a Bullets register for a 2020-21 season, that starts in December.