Former UD teammates headed to Germany

Little, Warren to play with UBC Tigers in Hanover, Germany.

Charles Little is going to Germany to play professional basketball, and the former University of Dayton power forward is fairly certain he won’t have to prod his point guard to pass him the ball.

London Warren, who played with Little for the Flyers from 2006-09, also has signed a one-year contract with the UBC Tigers in Hannover, Germany. The pair combined on numerous alley-oop dunks at UD.

“My agent sent the team a tape on me, and they saw London and were interested in him, too,” Little said.

“I’m pretty sure we’ll be looking out for each other (on the floor) because we played so long together.”

A power forward at Dayton, Little sat out last season while trying in vain to hook up with a pro team. He changed agents, and had no trouble finding employment in his second year since leaving UD.

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The 6-foot-6, 240-pound Little scored 996 career points and helped the Flyers reach the second round of the NCAA tournament as a senior. Warren was a two-time all-defensive team selection in the Atlantic 10 and was a key component in UD’s run to the NIT championship last season.

The two will run into a familiar face in league play. Rob Lowery, who shared point guard duties with Warren at UD the last two seasons, has signed with the Saar-Pfalz Braves in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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