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Jerome Moiso, France
Nba.com: Played in 62 games, starting 51 of them, in his two seasons at UCLA ... averaged 12.0 points in his career with the Bruins ... reached double figures in scoring 39 times in his career ... notched 11 career double-doubles ... led the team to a pair of NCAA Tournament berths, including a trip to the "Sweet 16" his sophomore season ... in 1999-00, named Preseason Second Team All-Pac and was an Honorable Mention All-Pac 10 ... finished second on the team in scoring with 13.0 points and led the squad in rebounding (7.6), including a career-high 14 rebounds versus Arizona on 1/20/00 ... finished fourth in Pac-10 rebounding ... notched 10 double-doubles ... led the team in blocks (second on the Pac-10) with 55, which included a career-high five blocks versus Arizona State on 1/22/00 ... led the Bruins in both scoring and rebounding in the NCAA Tournament, averaging 13.7 ppg and 8.7 rebounds over three games ... scored 14 points, grabbed a team-high nine boards and recorded a game-high three blocks in UCLA's second-round win over Maryland in the NCAA Tournament ... recorded a double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) in NCAA Regional semifinal versus Iowa State ... in 1998-99 as a true freshman, was named preseason Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year ... All-Pac 10 Freshman Honorable Mention and was named to College Hoops Insider's All-Freshman team.
Name: Jerome Moiso
Origin: Abymes, Guadeloupe, France
Drafted: 2000, 1st round, 11th pick by Celtics
Languages: France, English
Teams (jersey): French National Team, UCLA Bruins (#0), Boston Celtics (#5), Charlotte Hornets (#6), Toronto Raptors
Ibn Notes: Full name is Jerome Moiso Mother's name is Anick He has one brother He is left-handed Born in Paris, where he spent three years at the National Institute for Sports and Physical Education as a teenager. Also lived in Guadeloupe in the West Indies while growing up. Played for the French Junior and Senior national teams from 1995 to 1997. Attended the Milford Academy in Milford, Conn., for one year.
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