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Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp 2015: the pics!

Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp 2015: the pics!

The 2015 edition of Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp has finished last Tuesday. Another success with 83 selected basketball players, including 22 girls aged 13-17 years and from Bafoussam (West), Bamenda in the North West of Buea (Southwest) Douala in the Littoral region and Yaoundé (Central and South), attended the camp for three days.

Here are some pics from the event!

List of nominees for the Mbah a Moute Camp 2015

List of nominees for the Mbah a Moute Camp 2015

After presets that took place there a few days, here are the young people selected for the Luc Mbah a Moute Camp 2015, which will take place from 26 to 28 June at Palais Polyvalent des Sports de Yaoundé. Congratulations to you all!

 

Boys

U 18

LYLEE CEDRIC

EKANI ESSALA

FOKOU JOEL

NOUDEL EMMANUEL

DJAOMANWE

EBANDA PASCAL

HELL MAKONG

ABESSOLO AMBOMO ALEXANDRE

NDJITCHOUA AXEL

BABAGNAK EDWIN

MIAFFO JOSEPH

NGADJIO YANN

GUIMDO LEVI

YEYAP LOUIS

DJONTU MBA

MOUAHA ARSENE

LIKWAL LIKWAL

KOUROUNGOU

TCHEMI

NKEMENI LOIC

TEUKAM FRANCK

MATJE SERGE

EDJENGUELE

YASSI BOLIVON

DIFFOUO BORIS

NDJOG ELONG

TUENO

IKOUME J.H.

SIMO LOIC

MEYNARD MARC

BESSE MARC OLIVIER

NGUIDJOL GEORGE

PEMBOURA CAMILLE

TCHEWA TCHAMADEU RUSSEL

MVOGO ANTHONY

YOUMBI TAGNI CONSTANT

BIYOUMA JULIEN

TCHAMWA JONATHAN

LOE YVAN

NGOUMOU OWEN

NOMBOT NDENGUE BRANDON

SIMO KAMGA GHISLAIN

AHOUME JEAN CALVIN

HAPPI CELESTIN

ACHERE CHRIS NOEL

DINAMOU OUSMAN

BADANGO KLAUS CURIE

BELAL MANA

NGRASSOU PATRICK

CHI KIBENG

NJOYA OUSMAN

BILONG NYOUNG GHISLAIN

U 14

WEZIEH FRU DARIUS YVAN

ITEM MOMNOUKI VALDEZ

TEKEU LURIS JORDAN

SIDZE FRANCK EMMANUEL

NDJICKI JOSEPH NATHAN

WEZIEH MONGU STEVE

BONKIYAN PAUL

DZEMO LOUIS

 

Girls

NOGUE NOELLE

NYTSAMENNE MARYVONNE

MELONE STEPHANIE

ONGBAGNAMEN ENGUEL FLORE

FADIMATOU AMADOU SASHA

TOUKO SANDRINE

ONGOLO ORIANE JOSEPHA

ONANA LINE

OWONA LEONIE

NGOMANG MINKA MARIE

WOUNTSA MICHELLE

CORINE SEN ANDREW LAFLEUR

DONMEZA NANMETIO MANUELLA

NDULA EUGENA

EFUFFA TONGA

AMOUGOU SUZANNE

SOKOUDJOU MICHELLE

LUYA SAMIRA

NYINKEU CAROLE

KINYUY QUINTA

SAHFE STEPHANIE

YORONDI KAIMISSINA EMELINE

Visit to the Embassy of the United States in Yaounde

Visit to the Embassy of the United States in Yaounde

On May 21, Ambassador Michael S. Hoza hosted a dinner in honor of Luc Mbah a Moute, for his outstanding achievements, leadership and dedication in helping the cameroonian youth through sport.

Great time at the US ambassador's residence in Yaounde thursday night… Had a blast! Great things ahead!

Une photo publiée par Luc Mbah A Moute (@lucmbahamoute) le

On May 21, Ambassador Michael S. Hoza hosted a dinner in honor of Luc Mbah a Moute, Cameroonian NBA basketball player…

Posted by U.S. Embassy Yaounde on vendredi 22 mai 2015

Luc is in Cameroon for the 2015 edition of the Mbah a Moute Camp!

Luc is in Cameroon for the 2015 edition of the Mbah a Moute Camp!

Luc Mbah a Moute arrived on Thursday, May 7th to Cameroon, to international airport of Douala to attend the tour of the preselections of the new edition of Mbah a Moute Camp.

Before his departure for Buéa, Luc granted at first an interview to Alex Lembé of Canal 2, then went to the Catholic University of Buéa where waited for him a solemn reception on behalf of the Vice-chancellor, of the teaching profession and of the students of the University. A brotherly moment and of sharing between Luc and the students.

Luc visited the campus of the Catholic University of Buéa and then was engaged in the game of the questions/answers with the students, before an exchange of presents.

Luc met after with many media attended the ceremony.

Finally, Luc went for a courtesy visit to the Governor of the South West Region, Mr. Okalia Bilai.

Luc was invited in TV5 Monde and RFI

Luc was invited in TV5 Monde and RFI

In France, Luc Mbah a Moute spent a good moment to give interviews to several media.

Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp 2015 : preset program

Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp 2015 : preset program

The 2015 edition of Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp is brewing. Here are the dates of the next presets to be held in Cameroon:

Saturday, May 9: Buea Molyko Complex

Sunday, May 10: Douala

Saturday, May 16: Bamenda

Sunday, May 17: Bafoussam Multisports Complex in the Urban Community (the Lawn)

Sunday, May 24: Yaounde INJS

For more information about this edition and previous, go to the website www.mbahamoutecamp.info

Luc guest in Sunday Night Live

Luc guest in Sunday Night Live

Luc Mbah a Moute is in France! Guest on the TV studio Sunday Night Live (beIN Sports), Luc participated in the basketball show and told us, among other analysis on the season of his team.

Clippers too strong.

Clippers too strong.

Despite a huge Nerlens Noel with a career high 30 points (14 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals), the 76ers lost 119-98 to the Clippers, shooting better (54% FG vs 42%) and outrebounding the Sixers (56-40). Los Angeles ends up with 4 players at 15+ points, like Chris Paul and his 25 (3 rebonds, 7 passes) or JJ Redick having 19. Ish Smith (18 points, 2 rebounds, 9 assists) and Luc Mbah a Moute (13 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists) add their contribution on Sixers’ side.

The first quarter doesn’t look good for the Sixers, left behind quickly with a late of 15 points (34-19). The second quarter starts out on the same pace, Los Angeles breaking away with 19 points, until Luc and co react. They finally get it together and prevail the act 35-28 to close out the gap to 8 points at the half, 62-54.

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But as it has often been the case lately, Philadelphia comes bad into the second half and put themselves in a tough spot. Against the Clippers making buckets, the Sixers’ offense is clueless. They let go the 3rd quarter 32-14 and are now 26 points behind entering the fourth period 94-68. A late they won’t overcome and that allows the Clippers to easily get a new win 119-98.

highligths 76ers vs Clippers

 

99-85 Road win over Nuggets

99-85 Road win over Nuggets

The Sixers won their second match up of the year against the Nuggets with a big time 4th quarter ( 27-9 ! )

The 76ers started the game well, dominating the first two quarters 22-21 and 27-25 to take the lead at the half 49-46. Robert Covington is leading the team and ties is career high with 25 points (6 rebounds, 2 steals), while Nerlens Noel keeps delivering with 14 points, 15 rebounds, 2 assists and 4 steals.

In the second half, the Sixers scared themselves a little in the 3rd quarter. Although Covington scores 15 points in 6 minutes, Denver take the lead on a 14-6 led by Ty Lawson, best scorer for the Nuggets (19 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals). Denver wins the quarter 30-23 and snatches the lead 76-72 entering the final quarter. The final twelve minutes gave a one-way game where the Sixers will tie up the game on a layup from Nerlens Noel, then continue to score (14-2) while Denver misses most of their shot attempts. 27-9 in the 4th quarter for a final mark of 93-85. The Sixers finally get to won again on the road and record their 18th Win of the season.
Highlights Sixers @ Nuggets

Sixers drop heartbreaker to Kings 107-106

Sixers drop heartbreaker to Kings 107-106

The Sixers scratched, they clawed, and they fought until the final buzzer, but in the end they suffered their 16th consecutive road loss.

With the Sixers down 107-106 and mere seconds left on the game clock, Hollis Thompson had the ball in his hands. He drove right off the bounce and attempted to kick the ball out to Ish Smith on the wing, but Sacramento’s Ray McCallum was able to deflect the ball and steal it to secure victory for the Kings.

In the first half, the Sixers had everything going offensively, jumping out a 70-63 lead at the break thanks to a 56.3% shooting clip from the field and an 8-for-16 performance from distance in the first 24 minutes of the game. But coming out of halftime, the Kings were able to clamp down on the Sixers defensively, holding the team to just 14 points and taking an 87-84 lead into the final frame.

Sacramento was able to extend its lead to seven in the opening minutes of the fourth, but an offensive explosion from Robert Covington over a 75 seconds from the 7:26 to the 6:11 mark gave the Sixers a 103-100 lead. Covington scored 12 straight points for Philadelphia during that span, knocking down three triples and getting the hoop plus the harm on an alley-oop dish from Ish Smith. But over the final six minutes of the game, the Sixers didn’t make a single field goal, settling for three points at the charity stripe and dropping their second straight game.

Nerlens Noel finished with 14 points (5/10 FG), 10 rebounds, three assists, and six blocks, but was limited to just two minutes of action during the Kings’ third-quarter run because of foul trouble while Luc Mbah a Moute finished with 5 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals. Thomas Robinson put together another impressive performance off the pine, contributing a career-high 16 points in 21 minutes against the team that drafted him fifth-overall before trading him during his rookie season.

DeMarcus Cousins finished the game with 33 points, 17 rebounds, three assists, four steals, and four blocks, but was held to 8-of-27 shooting. His 17 made free throws were four more than the 13 Philadelphia converted as a whole.

highlights 76ers @ Kings

Sixers Lock Down On Defense In 94-83 Win Over Pistons

Sixers Lock Down On Defense In 94-83 Win Over Pistons

After overcoming a 15-point deficit Tuesday night to notch a win against Memphis, the Pistons found themselves in a similar predicament on Wednesday night in Philadelphia. But despite a late push by Detroit, the Sixers’ defense was too much for them to overcome, holding them to 33.0% shooting in a 94-83 win, Philadelphia’s 16th of the season.The Sixers entered halftime with a 10-point lead and outscored the Pistons 26-10 in the paint through the first 24 minutes of the game. This number ballooned to a 40–20 margin by the end of the contest and helped the Sixers notch their fourth win over Detroit in five outings.

It was a total team defensive effort, as most of the Sixers wins have been this season. When the fourth quarter started, only one Piston, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, had double-digit points. When the final whistle blew, only Reggie Jackson had joined him in the 10+ point club. As a team, Detroit shot 33.0% from the field, their lowest output since a 30.7% performance on January 28 in a loss to none other than the Sixers.

Thomas Robinson continued to attack the glass and score easy buckets, finishing with 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting to go along with six rebounds in just 16 minutes of action. Other role players stepped up again for the Sixers as well, as Ish Smith (15 points), Jason Richardson (14 points), and Jerami Grant (10 points) scored in double figures. Smith tallied a team-high eight dimes as well, marking his third game leading the squad in scoring since joining the Sixers.
In 22 minutes of action, Nerlens Noel finished with 11 points (5/10 FG), four rebounds, three blocks, and a steal. But his night was short after he came down awkwardly on his right foot at the 7:12 mark of the third quarter. He stayed in the game a bit longer, but left for good at 4:26 in the third frame.

highlight 76ers vs Pistons