CHENEY — A day before he was slated to make his NBA Summer League debut with the Los Angeles Clippers, former Eastern Washington guard Bogdan Bliznyuk signed a multiyear deal with Israel’s Bnei Herzliya.

Bnei Herzliya, which plays in Israel’s top professional division, announced the signing on Thursday. Details of the contract were not reported.

The 6-foot-6 guard was named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Year last season after setting the league’s all-time scoring mark (2,169). He went undrafted last month but signed a summer league contract with the Clippers.

Bliznyuk was on the bench in the Clippers’ summer league opener Friday against the Golden State Warriors but did not see playing time.