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Mansour Kasse join JSK (kairaouan) - Aug 26, 2016


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J.S.Kairaouan (Division I) agreed terms with 25-year old Senegalese center Mansour Kasse
(208-97kg). He has played for the last two seasons at Caceres in Spain- leb gold . In 21 games he had 11.4ppg and 6.1rpg last season.

Mansour Kasse has great athletic ability, versatility - being a very complete player on both sides of the basketball court. Offensively, he has a good shot from 4-5 meters and a variety of resources and movements, scoring easily with both hands. Defensively he is very hard and difficult to overcome, especially in positions close to the basket, where he is a dominant player. Mansour Kasse has a great ability to capture the defensive rebound, allowing the team to start the fastbreak thanks to his vision to make and complete the first pass. His enormous reach enables him to block shots and steal the ball from rivals who play from different positions (guards, forwards, centers).
Kasse arrived in summer 2010 to Real Madrid from Baloncesto Majadahonda, after an outstanding performance at the U-18 Spanish basketball championship.
In the 2011-12 season he was a dominant power forward in Real Madrid B at Liga EBA, coached by Alberto Angulo. He trained and travelled with Real Madrid's first team, in Liga ACB and Euroleague.
In August 2012 he signed for the LEB Oro team Basket Navarra Club.[3] On 7 September he made his debut in the league against Palencia Baloncesto, scoring 17 points.
In summer 2013 he signed for Caceres Patrimonio de la Humanidad. In week 16 he was named as the best center of the league. In his second season in the club, Caceres clinched the title and promoted to LEB Oro.  




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