Tew played his junior basketball in France before attending Junior College and College in the United States, The longest stint being at Niagara University in NCAA Division One. Most recently he completed the 2018-19 season in NM1 in France with AS Kayserberg averaging 6 points and 6 rebounds.
“We needed an athlete under the basket who could protect the rim and be aggressive on the offensive end,” said Lion’s CEO and Head Coach, Vince Macaulay.
“Alioune has the tools to do that as well as the ability to run the floor.”
The Lions are in BBL Cup action tonight, when they host the Worcester Wolves at the University of East London with a 5pm tip, doors open 4.30pm.
Tickets are available online at www.thelondonlions.com/