CHESHIRE Jets legend Shawn Myers has re-signed for the club for the fourth time in his long career.
The 42-year-old Trinidadian power forward is back ‘home’ after a year away playing for British Basketball League rivals Milton Keynes Lions.
Myers, who first joined the Jets in 2002 and was part of the last team to bring silverware to the Northgate Arena in 2005, said: “It feels like coming home.
“Although there are a number of new players, I know the court and the league and I am sure that I can do a job for the team, the coaches and the fans.
“I will do whatever is asked of me. If I am needed from off the bench, I can do that, but if they need me to play the whole 40 minutes, I can do that too.
“One thing that has never changed is that I want to win. It would be good to help bring some silverware back to the Northgate.”
The 6ft 6ins Myers averaged more than 14 points per game for the Lions last season.
Jets head coach John Lavery said: “Shawn’s experience will be invaluable to the younger players, helping them to settle down and play to their potential.”