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    Mbah a Moute had his first big game tonight and his first career double-double as well against the Knicks: 11 pts + 10 rebs + 3 assists + 2 steals. Bucks won.
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    Im very impressed by Mbah a Moute. He is extremely useful rotation player for the Bucks. He makes plays on both sides, seems to be always in the right place at the right time, active rebounder, has good lenght and even knocked down couple of jumpers when Knicks dared him to shoot. He will see plently of minutes under Scott Skiles.

    Definitely a steal for them.
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    He's even outplaying Joe Alexander who was drafted higher than him...

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    Career night for a Moute - 19 points + 17 rebounds in 101-96 win over Memphis.

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    Thanks for starting this thread, guys.
    Quote Originally Posted by BBallfanJ
    Career night for a Moute - 19 points + 17 rebounds in 101-96 win over Memphis.
    Wow! That's a real player right there. Fantastic!

    I'm really glad that the NBA has a couple of very talented Africans who are not strictly big men. Was a Moute drafted?

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    14 pts + 6 rebs + 4 steals + 2 assists + 1 block off the bench as the Bucks lose to the Lakers.
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    Milwuakee lost, but Mbah a Moute had a career-high points game. He scored 21 points (7-8), 11 rebounds, and 5 steals!!

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    Luc finished the season with a double-double: 19 pts + 11 rebs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Luc finished the season with a double-double: 19 pts + 11 rebs.
    Really? Wow, that's fantastic. I think this young man has a good career ahead of him. I think he'll probably jump around the league a little, but he'll mostly play for good teams. He's got a good skill set.
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    Luc Richard Mbah a Moute: 15 points, 19 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals despite the Milwaukee Bucks losing to the Golden State Warriors 100-94.
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