Sigurdarson sat out last year and did not play with the team in the Second Qualification Round but has been a regular member of the national team over the past decade. He has played as pro in various leagues and is considered a veteran on the squad. A very solid point guard with a high IQ, he is not always the fastest player, but protects the ball very well and rarely turns it over, whilst also being a great overall shooter. He has been playing in Sweden for several years and is considered one of the best point guards in the League and a key player for the Sundsvall Dragons. Sigurdarson will now look to finish his soon-to-end national team career strongly in Berlin with good performances.