CSKA Moscow found the combination of towering big man and sweet shooter from the perimeter that Coach Dimitris Itoudis craves when it signed Johannes Voigtmann to a two-year deal. Voigtmann (2.14 meters, 26 years old) arrives from KIROLBET Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz, where he spent the previous three seasons. He's averaged 8.8 points and 63.0 two-point shooting, 37.4 % on threes and 5.7 rebounds in 100 career EuroLeague games, all with Baskonia. Voigtmann's 57.7% shooting accuracy from behind the arc in 2017-18 is the third-best three-point shooting season in competition history.
Voigtmann began his career with Science City Jena in his native Germany and then spent four seasons with Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt before joining Baskonia in 2016. He won the 2016 FIBA Europe Cup with the Skyliners. Voigtmann has also played for the German national teams at the junior and senior levels.