British Basketball League Trophy winner, Jeremiah Bailey, will depart the club, following announcing his future on his personal LinkedIn page.

The forward, originally reigning from Alaska, played with the Gladiators for the entirety of the historic 22/23 British Basketball League season. Bailey and the squad worked hard across the campaign to secure a top 4 spot in the league and win the BBL Trophy during the franchise’s first as a rebranded Caledonia Gladiators.

Bailey impressed massively throughout his time with Caledonia, playing under Gareth Murray as a starter for the majority of the season. In Championship action, he averaged 12.9 PPG, 7.6 RPG, and 3.1 APG.

In the historic Trophy final, Jeremiah picked up the game MVP, scoring 16 points on the night and delivering one of the most surprising plays in league history with a between-the-leg pass in the high-pressure final possession. He also picked up a team-high 10 BBL All-Star Five spots in the campaign.

The entire organisation thanks Jeremiah for his efforts, and wish him the best in the future.

Our first re-signing news will come on Monday, with further news coming throughout the week.