He should be the difference maker for the Elephants.
He is tall, he is quick, he has all the talent in the world, can score at almost any distance (he has already scored three three-pointers in a French Pro A game), block shots, dominate the boards, and bring a lot of emotion.
Plus, he has tons of experience.
But, on the other hand, “Mo” is frustration-prone, can really disappear from a game, commit ill-advised fouls and let his emotions overwhelm him.
“We had some serious talks last year at the Africa Championship; I know he has to manage his frustration.
What I also know is that he is a world-class player, without a question our most talented guy.
If he stabilized his game and personality, he should be playing for a Spanish ACB team,” his head coach Dessarzin says.