Krebs has spent a past 4 seasons personification US college basketball for Saint Mary’s Gaels, where he was fifth on a their all-time list of successful three-point shots.
The Hobart product loomed as an ideal signing for a Tasmanian group entering a foe in a 2021-22 season.
But a Bullets have got a burst on their destiny rivals, signing a 24-year-old ensure for a subsequent dual years.
“It was in a behind of a minds about a Tassie group entrance in so we were penetrating to secure Tanner for a integrate of years,” Bullets partner ubiquitous manager Sam Mackinnon said.
“He wants to play in a NBL this deteriorate so we’re blissful to get him over a other clubs that were chasing him.”
Bullets manager Andrej Lemanis knows first-hand a talent Krebs possesses, carrying worked with him during Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence.
“It’s been a pleasure following his expansion during Saint Mary’s and I’m gratified that he has selected to start his veteran career with us,” Lemanis said.
“The approach Tanner plays a diversion and his work ethic fit easily with who we are as a team.
“Tanner has a extensive enterprise to get improved and we know he will give his all for a team, either that be in practice, in games, in a locker room or creation a certain disproportion in a community.”
Krebs, who represented Australian during a 2015 FIBA underneath 19 universe championships, pronounced his good attribute with Lemanis was a pivotal cause in him streamer to Brisbane,
“We have built a attribute over a years, so we felt gentle going into a group with him coaching,” Krebs said.
“I felt like Brisbane gave me a best event to play and have an impact immediately.
“I consider a NBL is a best joining to join privately since my ultimate idea is a NBA and I’m operative by a stairs on how I’m going to get there and a NBL was a many appealing approach to go about it.”
Krebs’ signing comes only a day after a Bullets’ merger of former Adelaide 36ers swingman Anthony Drmic.
The span have assimilated Nathan Sobey, Jason Cadee, Matthew Hodgson, Will Magnay and Tyrell Harrison in Brisbane’s patrol for a 2020-21 season, that starts in December.