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Johndre Jefferson selected the top Central African playing abroad in last week's games - Jan 29, 2019


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JOHNDRE JEFFERSON
Here is the weekly review of the top performing Central African players, who play currently abroad.


Johndre Jefferson
Johndre Jefferson
   #1. This week's number one is an international power forward Johndre Jefferson (207-88, agency: Inception Sports, college: S.Carolina, currently plays in Basketball Champions League). He led his Greek team PAOK to an easy victory against the eighth-ranked BK Opava (1-11) crushing them 93-43 in the Basketball Champions League in Wednesday night's game. Jefferson scored 11 points, had 8 boards, handed out 4 passes and blocked 2 shots in 26 minutes on the court. It was his first game for PAOK this season. His team is placed third in group B. There are only two games left until the end of the Basketball Champions League Regular Season. So now every game will be critical. Jefferson is a naturalized American. He is currently a member of the Central African senior national team. Strangely Jefferson has never played in Central Africa.

James Mays
James Mays
   #2. Second place goes to an experienced former international power forward James Mays (205-86, college: Clemson, currently plays in South Korea). He led LG Sakers to a victory over one of league's weakest teams SK Knights (11-26) 86-76 in the South Korean KBL last Friday. Mays was MVP of the game. He recorded a double-double by scoring 26 points and getting 14 rebounds. Mays also added and 3 steals. Changwon LG Sakers (19-18) are placed fourth in the KBL. It was his team's fourth consecutive victory in a row. Mays has individually a very good season with high stats. He averages: 26.2ppg, 13.4rpg, 1.8apg, 1.5spg, 2FGP: 54.7%, 3FGP: 25.0% and FT: 56.6%. Mays is a naturalized American. He played for the Central African national team in 2013. Apparently Mays has never played in Central Africa.

Max Kouguere
Max Kouguere
   #3. The Central African player who performed third best last week abroad was an international small forward Max Kouguere (198-87, currently plays in France). He could not help Olympique Antibes (5-11) to beat Limoges CSP Elite (11-7). Kouguere scored 7 points in 29 minutes. Olympique Antibes was crushed 86-63 on the road by the much higher-ranked (#6) Limoges CSP Elite. This year Kouguere's overall stats are: 5.4ppg, 2.4rpg, 1.1spg, 2FGP: 38.2%, 3FGP: 35.1% and FT: 57.9% in 18 games he played so far. He has a dual citizenship: Congolese and Central African. Kouguere is also a member of the Central African senior national team.

Jimmy Djimrabaye
Jimmy Djimrabaye
   #4. Power forward Jimmy Djimrabaye (202-92, currently plays in France) contributed to a Quimper UJAP's victory against the closely-ranked Poitiers (6-10) 90-85 in the French ProB (second division) in Saturday night's game. He recorded 10 points. Quimper UJAP (6-9) is placed 12th in the ProB. It's Djimrabaye's first season with the team. Djimrabaye's total stats this year are: 7.1ppg, 3.7rpg and 1.2apg. He is also Central African national team player.

Anthony Gouzhy
Anthony Gouzhy
   #5. Former international point guard Anthony Gouzhy (180-93, currently plays in France) was not able to help Feurs EF in their game against Saint-Quentin (19-1) in the French NM1 (third division). Gouzhy did not have that impressive stats last Saturday. He scored only 2 points in 13 minutes. The tenth-placed Feurs EF (8-13) lost 57-69 at home to the second-ranked Saint-Quentin in the Group A. It was Feurs EF's sixth consecutive loss in a row. This year Gouzhy averages just 2.0ppg in two games. He used to play for the Central African national team six years ago.


Other top Central African players, who play abroad:

Destin Damachoua (184-G-86) plays for SOPCC in French NM2
Guy Joseph Kodjo-Sitchi (191-F-85) plays for Prisse Macon in French NM2
Maxime Zianveni (198-C/F-79) plays for Le Cannet in French NM2
Eddy Ngoy (201-F-97) plays for Vaulx in French NM2
Patrick O'Bryant (213-C-86) plays for London Lightning in the NBL Canada
Sydney Pehoua (195-F-88) plays for Valence in French NM2
Freddy-Glenn Feidanga-Temodea (203-F/C-94) plays for UPCT Basket in Spanish EBA
Evans Ganapamo (201-F-94) plays for Paris in French ProB
Clarence Juillet (198-F/C-83) plays for Union Venelles in French NM2

  




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