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Dallas Crest adds Moussa to their roster, ex Al Ahly - Jul 21, 2016


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Reem Moussa
Dallas Crest added to their roster 22-year old Egyptian point guard Reem Moussa (165-94, college: Rice). She played this summer at Al Ahly in Egyptian D1 league.
Moussa won WBCBL Mid South Division championship title in 2015 with Dallas Diesel.
She represented Egypt at the World Championships U19 in Chile five years ago. Her stats at that event were 4 games: 3.0ppg, 1.5apg, 1.3spg.
Moussa has played also professionally in Egypt for High School.
She attended Rice University until 2015 and it will be her second season as a professional player.
On Moussa: Quick first step, likes to push the ball and play a fast-break game as often as possible. Can drive all the way both directions. Has a very good shooting form which makes her percentage shooting percentage high at all times. Also a fast learner.
Every year, she develops her game and transforms into a better player. Not sure where her limits are if she keeps up the hard work like she has been
.

By Eurobasket Data Center

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Nikki Thompkins Named Head Coach of Grand Rapids Galaxy - 12 days ago
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Barry
Webster
Sr.
Native Dream, first Native American Pro Women's Team, joins WBCBL - 19 days ago
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April Watson
Grand Rapids Galaxy Season 1 - 19 days ago
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