If Luc returns???

Joe Abunassar, who runs Abunassar Impact Basketball and is training Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, said UCLA will get a much better offensive player if Mbah a Moute returns for his senior season.
“With Luc, it’s footwork, being square (to the basket) and a lot of repetition,” Abunassar said. “If he can knock down shots, he becomes a really dangerous pro player because he’s got the long arms, can defend, has the body, he’s smart.
“We’re working out four or five hours a day shooting the ball, and confidence comes from that. …The UCLA coaches, they’re thrilled with Luc putting the work in because they’re supportive of Luc, and if he does come back, he’s a better player anyway. It’s a win-win.”

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  • BW

    Luc should come back from another season. Yes, it’s a “win-win” situation, but a full season with much improved mid-range jumper will elevate him to perhaps lottery pick players instead of low 1st Round next year. I just don’t see him being 1st Rounder this year with so many talents on the draft.

  • Anonymous

    When does Luc go to his classes? Doesn’t he still have to pass his classes this quarter?

  • etrain

    I seem to remember people saying that Luc had really been working on his offensive game the past two summers, and that it would be much improved. In reality it got worse. I’m just saying I’ll believe it when I see it on the court in a game that matters.

  • miltk

    It’s not the 1st round that Luc is trying for, and there’s the rub because he’ll have an easier time trying to get a 2nd round spot. And the people saying Luc was shooting better was Ben speaking “ben-speak”. It’s his job to nurture his players. He also said Mike this or that, and Mata shooting better ft’s.

    Luc totally perplexes me