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Angola eliminates Mozambique in 1/8 Finals, 82-71 - Aug 25, 2011


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Morais
Angola - Mozambique 82-71
Defending champion of the FIBA Africa Championship for Men Angola Tuesday were made to sweat by fellow FIBA Africa Zone-6 side Mozambique in the days last second round game winning to win the game by 82-71 points. The champion picked the first three quarters by 21-15, 18-17, 25-20 but lost the last quarter by 18-19 points to the determined Mozambican side who finished third from group-A in a pairing many gave the Coach Joseba Garcia no chance. Angola guard Carlos Morais (190-G-85) led the floor with 25 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists with reigning championship most valuable player, Joaquim Gomes (200-C/F-80, college: Valparaiso) posted his best game since the championship began with 17 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks. Angola will now keep a quarter-final date with Cameroon on Thursday in what promise to be an explosive game giving the pedegree of the Lions who yet to drop a game in the championship. *By Olusegun Ikuesan   



Afrobasket.com All-Mozambican League Awards 2016 - 7 months ago
Afrobasket.com All-Mozambican League 1st Team 2016
Jimmy Williams
Williams
Elton Mazive
Mazive
Octavio Magolico
Magolico
Bojan Sekicki
Sekicki
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Bojan
Sekicki
Ferroviario de Maputo celebrate the title - 7 months ago
Ferroviario de Maputo celebrate the title in the country as they won the Final series against Ferroviario da Beira. In the last game Ferroviario de Maputo posted a final 69-56 win to seal the trophy. The second period was decisive in the game as Ferroviario de Maputo exploded with a 24-4 surge to take the lead in the game. Bojan Sekicki (188-PG-87) was named MVP of the Finals. Edson Monjane (200-C-89) was the top rebounder of the event, while Jimmy Williams(196-G-86, college: Alders.-Broa...   [read more]

Jimmy
Williams
Jimmy Williams (ex Al Ahli) signs at Fer.Beira - 9 months ago
Ferroviario Beira (D1) landed 30-year old Togolese ex-international guard Jimmy Williams (196-86, college: Alderson-Broaddus, WV). He has a double citizenship as he also holds American passport. Williams played most recently at Al Ahli in Qatari D1 league. In 12 games he was fourth best scorer with impressive 23.4ppg and recorded 6.8rpg, 2.3apg and 1.1spg last season. Among other achievements he won Morocco Throne Cup championship title in 2013. Williams received also Asia-Basket.com All-...   [read more]


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