Camp Members Named

The list of players selected for the Luc Mbah a Moute Basketball Camp, held this summer in Cameroon, have been announced for the cities of Yaounde and Douala. The names of players who have been selected from the northern region of the country will be posted soon. Yaounde Dingba Samuel Yangue Frank Munyutu Mvuh Idriss(…)

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A Heartbreaking Loss

I have a hard time, as I’m sure every Cameroonian does, digesting the elimination from the World Cup in the first round again. In fact, ever since that great run in 1990, we have not gone past the first round at the World Cup. This time, we fell at the hands of Denmark. All of Cameroon(…)

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With Argentina’s Fans

Another great day in Johannesburg! I was supposed to go visit the Apartheid Museum, but we ended going to the Argentina vs Korea game. It ended up being one of the most exciting games of the Cup so far, with a 4-1 final score. Argentina’s people were the most exciting fans that I’ve seen so(…)

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Starting on a Down Note

It is about 12:30 am Tuesday here in South Africa, and I just got back to the hotel from a long day in Bloemfontein. It takes about four hours to get from Johannesburg to Bloemfontein, so we left early — around seven in the morning — because we wanted to beat the traffic leaving. We(…)

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The Future Is Bright

Their season is over, but Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and the Milwaukee Bucks left Atlanta on Sunday with their chins up. After a Game 6 loss at home on Friday, Sunday afternoon’s game in Atlanta was a win or go home situation, and unfortunately for the Bucks it was the latter. They fell behind(…)

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Set to Stun

Fear the Deer, indeed. Down two games to none on Saturday, Luc Mbah a Moute and the Milwaukee Bucks needed a win just to save hope. Three games later, Milwaukee now needs just one win to finish. No. 12 and the Bucks stunned the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday, taking down the home team, 91-87, for(…)

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An Impact on O

Luc Richard Mbah A Moute’s impact has been felt on both sides of the court in the last two games of the playoffs and it’s no coincidence that the Milwaukee Bucks have begun to prosper. Luc and his Milwaukee teammates continued to exceed expectations on Monday night with a 111-107 win at home in the(…)

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Luc Locks Up Smith

It won’t be that easy, Atlanta. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and the Milwaukee Bucks struck back against the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night with a 107-89 Game 3 victory. The Bucks win cuts Atlanta’s lead to 2-1 in the best-of-seven series entering tonigt’s pivotal Game 4. Luc goes for the block against Atlanta’s Al(…)

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Luc Starts Strong

Luc Richard Mbah A Moute has already made a name for himself on the defensive end of the floor, but he showed in Tuesday’s Game 2 with the Atlanta Hawks that his offensive potential should not be taken for granted. The 6-8 forward dropped eight of the Bucks’ first 10 points and as the Bucks(…)

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Comeback Falls Short

Luc Mbah a Moute and the Milwaukee Bucks used a late rally to turn their opening playoff game back into a contest. But in the end, the Atlanta Hawks’ 22-point halftime lead was too much to overcome, and Milwaukee fell in Game 1, 102-92, at the Philips Arena. Luc was his usual self, connecting on(…)

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Playoff Ready

The playoffs start Saturday and everyone here in Milwaukee is ready. It’s a great feeling. There are a lot of players who go through their whole careers without even getting to this level. For me to be able to enter the playoffs in my second year is definitely something I’m happy about. Hopefully it works(…)

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Offense, Defense

Luc Richard Mbah a Moute shined Friday night in the Milwaukee Bucks 95-90 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. No. 12 came just one rebound short of a double-double, and connected on 5-of-9 shooting for 13 points. Luc Richard was involved in what Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel called the play of the(…)

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A Week of Pain and Joy

Though they only played two games, the past week may have been one of the most eventful in Milwaukee Bucks franchise history. After losing Andrew Bogut for the season, the Bucks bounced back against the Bulls and clinched their first playoff appearance since the 2005-2006 season. Luc Richard Mbah A Moute played well all-around Wednesday(…)

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