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Homentmen Antelias land Jessica Breland - Sep 30, 2017


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GHASSAN ABOUSAMRA
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Jessica
Breland
Homentmen Antelias (WLBL) tabbed 29-year old American forward Jessica Breland (190-88, college: N.Carolina). She played in the summer at Chicago Sky (WNBA). In 34 games she averaged 9.5ppg, 6.3rpg, 1.6apg and 1.7bpg. The last season Breland was tested by A.S. Ramat Hasharon in Israeli league.

In 2011 she was drafted by Minnesota Lynx (WNBA) in second round (13th overall).

Breland attended University of North Carolina and it will be her seventh season in pro basketball.
She received All-ACC Sixth Player of the Year award back in 2008 at her college time.

Breland is a very experienced player. And here thanks to pro basketball she experienced life in six different countries playing on four different continents. She is familiar with European, Asian, Latin American and of course North American leagues. Breland has played previously professionally in China, Turkey, WNBA (Connecticut Sun, Indiana Fever and New York Liberty), Israel (Bnot Hertzeliya), South Korea (S-Birds) and Honduras (Electromecanica).

Homentmen Antelias roster for 2017-2018:

Guards:
Nathalie Sevadjian
Rebecca Akl

Forward:
Jessica Breland

Center:
Latoya Williams

By Eurobasket Data Center

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Energy Sports Club sign Patton and Torres- Oct.20, 2017  (by Ghassan)

Energy Sports Club has officially been added to the 2017-2018 WLBL season. Today Energy announced the signing for their import players. Amy Patton (178-G-91, college: N.Arizona) from Northern AZ and center Julia Torres (190-F-93). Patton is a 5'10 swingman with the ability to play guard and forward. Last season she played for Sandringham in Australia. The season before in France. Torres is a 6'3 Brazilian from Missouri Western State. This will be her first season professional. [read more]
Chabibeh Sporting Club beat Al Thawra in a friendly 57-43 - Oct.14, 2017  (by Ghassan)

10/14/2017 Chabibeh Sporting Club beat Al Thaura on a friendly game between two sides. The Lebanese team posted a comfortable 57-43 win against the opponents. Import player Kristina King (180-PG-92, college: Richmond) posted 37 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists for Chabibeh. Sandra Beddawi (168-PG-92) and Aya Halabi (170-G-90) both chip in 8 points in a winning effort. Earlier Chabibeh Sporting Club announced J.D. Barnes as new head coach. Al Thaura also played Energy, Antranik Beirut... [read more]
Homentmen win 2017 Arab Championship: Little named MVP- Oct.14, 2017  (by Ghassan)

10/14/2017 Homenetmen win 2017 Arab Championship: Little named MVP Homentmen Antelias has won the 2018 Arab Championship. The dominant Lebanese club went 4-0 in the tournament winning its final game 88-69 over Sfax Railways Sports. Camille Little (188-F/G-85, college: N.Carolina) was named MVP of the Arab Championship. Point guard Rebecca Akl (169-PG-92) was also named by local player of the championship. Homentmen Antelias passed Olympic of Algeria 96-67 in the Semi Finals. [read more]
Chabibeh signs Kristina King, ex Platges Mataro Oct.12, 2017
Antranik Beirut signs Sabine Fakhoury out of retirement Oct.6, 2017
Shareta Brown (ex Alvik Basket) agreed terms with Chabibeh Oct.5, 2017
Homentmen Antelias land Camille Little Oct.4, 2017
Homentmen Antelias land Jessica Breland Sep.30, 2017
Homentmen Antelias add Williams to their roster, ex Dynamo NR Sep.30, 2017
Antranik Beirut tabs Faith Randolph, ex Espoo Utd Sep.28, 2017
Al Riyadi moves to 2-1 in the 2018 EEWBL (Europe) Sep.26, 2017
Chabibeh Sporting Club invited to Catalana Cup in Barcelona Sep.26, 2017
Jennifer Ammoury agreed terms with Chabibeh Sporting Club Sep.12, 2017
Mokdad is back at Al Riyadi Aug.24, 2017
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