TEAMS HE'S SUITED UP FOR.
Rasmus started for Cimbria from 2018 to 2020. Randers Cimbria competes in the Danish Basketligaen and is the top league in Denmark.
NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS
In 2020, Rasmus signed to the New Zealand Breakers in the Australian NBL. He signed a two-year deal that ends in 2022.
Rasmus was born in 1995 in Denmark. He moved to Australia with his parents and brother in 1997, so both of his parents could compete in the 2000 Sydney Olympics for handball.
His family moved to Texas in 2008 where he went to Anderson High School. He later went on to play basketball at Fort Lewis College (Colorado, USA) on a full-ride scholarship.
His homecoming to Denmark was special because he was able to return to his extended family and compete in his native language, while also getting the opportunity to represent his country on the Danish National Team.
Rasmus always dreamed of playing basketball in the NBL as a kid when he was in Australia, and that dream came true in 2020 when he received the call from the New Zealand Breakers.