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Group A
 1 Ahly Tripoli 12-1 
 2 Al Ittihad 11-2 
 3 Al Madina 6-7 
 4 Al Yarmook 6-8 
 5 Shabab 4-10 
 6 Al Wahda 0-11 
Group B
 1 Al Nasr 15-0 
 2 Morog 12-3 
 3 Ahly Benghazi 8-6 
 4 Al Hilal 6-8 
 5 KBW 2-12 
 6 Al Tahaddi 0-14 
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Interviews All-Libyan League Awards 2018 - May 1, 2018

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DaQuan Brooks
Gerel Simmons
Mohameed Elsadi
Ahmed Alojli
Othman Alsediq

Finals MVP: DaQuan Brooks (177-PG-90) of Nasr
Player of the Year: Mohameed Elsadi (190-G-95) of Ahly Tripoli
Point Guard of the Year: Gerel Simmons (188-G-93) of Al Ittihad
Guard of the Year: Mohammed Sasi (185-G-91) of Al Madina
Shooting Guard of the Year: Esmael Jehany (200-SG-99) of Ahly Benghazi
Forward of the Year: Ahmed Alojli (197-PF) of Nasr
Defensive Player of the Year : Mahmud Bilhaj (188-G-91) of Shabab
Center of the Year: Othman Alsediq (204-C) of Shabab
Import Player of the Year: Gerel Simmons (188-G-93) of Al Ittihad
Rookie of the Year: Naseem Badroosh (188-G-98) of Ahly Tripoli
Most Improved Player: Ali Sweie (202-C/F-91) of Ahly Tripoli
Coach of the Year: Tareq Selim of Nasr

1st Team
PG: DaQuan Brooks (177-PG-90) of Nasr
G: Gerel Simmons (188-G-93) of Al Ittihad
G: Mohameed Elsadi (190-G-95) of Ahly Tripoli
PF: Ahmed Alojli (197-PF) of Nasr
C: Othman Alsediq (204-C) of Shabab

2nd Team
G/F: Dwayne Mitchell (196-G/F-82) of Ahly Benghazi
G: Mohammed Sasi (185-G-91) of Al Madina
SG: Esmael Jehany (200-SG-99) of Ahly Benghazi
PF: Ahmed Alfellah (198-PF-98) of Al Ittihad
C/F: Anees Almansouri (204-C/F-95) of Ahly Tripoli

Honorable Mention
Tarek Bijuo (183-PG-93) of Nasr
Yahya Alshkmak (203-C-85) of Nasr
Abdulrazig Alturki of Nasr
Messlati Ali of Al Ittihad
Khaled Alojely (204-C-89) of Nasr
Makram Issa (190-G-83) of Nasr
Mustafa Gusbey (182-PG-92) of Ahly Tripoli
Rashid Sayed of Al Ittihad
Idris Zew (188-G-00) of Ahly Benghazi
Ibrahim Abdo (191-G-86) of Nasr

All-Domestic Players Team
G: Ibrahim Abdo (191-G-86) of Nasr
G: Mohammed Sasi (185-G-91) of Al Madina
G: Mohameed Elsadi (190-G-95) of Ahly Tripoli
PF: Ahmed Alojli (197-PF) of Nasr
C: Othman Alsediq (204-C) of Shabab

All-Imports Team
PG: DaQuan Brooks (177-PG-90) of Nasr
G: Gerel Simmons (188-G-93) of Al Ittihad
G: Justin Tubbs (190-G-87) of Ahly Tripoli
G/F: Dwayne Mitchell (196-G/F-82) of Ahly Benghazi
F: Bernard Morena (203-F-91) of Al Madina

Kenny Brown
Kenny Brown (ex Al Wehda) signs at Morog - 2 days ago
KENNY BROWN Al Morog (D1) landed 27-year old American guard Kenny Brown (188-91, college: Ferris State). He started the season at Al Wehda in Saudi Arabian SBL league. The most of last summer Brown spent at Fast Break (LPB) in Colombian league where in 14 games he averaged impressive 16.9ppg, 1.9rpg, 2.9apg and 1.2spg. He helped them to win the regular season and make it to the semifinals. Brown also played for Team DRC in U.S. semi-pro league The Basketball Tournament. Among other achi...   [read more]
Updated Scam Alert: Ahmad Zahra never give up, new fake name (Ahmad Aydin) and new phone numbers! - 3 days ago
Hey guys, players, coaches, and agents? Do you remember Ahmad Zahra, the world famous scam who introduces himself as an agent and he has a job for you from Lebanon or Qatar or any middle east country? After the last alert that we published about him a few months ago, he disappeared for a few months and started scamming players and coaches by a new fake name and new mobile number, he introduces himself as Ahmad Aydin instead of Ahmad Zahra in the past here is his new mobile numbers, he is...   [read more]
D1 Round 14: Shabab beats Al Yarmook in a derby game - 4 days ago
Here is the last round review presented by ESL. The most interesting game was a derby match between two local teams from Tripoli: Shabab (#5) and Al Yarmook (#4). Al Yarmook was smashed at home by 18 points 41-59 and even the fact of playing on their own court did not help. Shabab maintains fifth position in Group A with 4-10 record. Al Yarmook at the other side keeps the fourth place with eight games lost. Another interesting game was again a derby between two teams from Tripoli: Al...   [read more]

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