Panos Mayindombe announced his retirement following a 15-year career in the professional game.
Mayindombe played for the Panathinaikos Academy as a child, before signing his first professional contract with the club at the age of 19.
He went on to play six years in the Greek A2 Basket League and subsequently moved to the BBL in 2014.
In his first year with the Durham Wildcats, Mayindombe posted 7.9 points per game before returning to the Greek second tier for a further season.
Mayindombe joined the Flyers in 2017, where he quickly became a fan favourite over the last four years and played a key role in helping the club its first ever BBL Cup Final in 2020.
|2020/21 BBL Championship||23||9.1||2.4||39.5||23||86.3||0.9||1||0||0|
|2019/20 BBL Championship||2||10.7||0||0||0||0||0.5||2||0.5||0|
|2018/19 BBL Championship||32||13.11||2.88||31||30||57||1.84||1.22||0.59||0.09|
|2017/18 BBL Championship||24||14.16||3.1||42.86||17.31||68.18||1.71||1.67||0.42||0.08|
|2014/15 BBL Championship (Durham Wildcats)||33||20.42||7.85||51.52||33.91||67.80||2.76||2.09||1||0.03|