Veteran Ghana-born American Guard Alhaji Mohammed has recalled his time in the Kuwaiti Division I Basketball League can report.

Commenting on a series of highlight plays from the former University of Louisville Guard on his Twitter page, Mohammed certainly has a positive outlook about his time in the Gulf country.

After retweeting the video, the 38 year old added “My best dunk” to the video that captured some fun moments of his tenure at Al Kuwait Sporting Club in the 2011-2012 season.

Mohammed spent just a season in the Gulf state before moving on to play in Romania and Spain; he played for French side Limoges before moving to the Middle East and was earlier this year inducted into its Hall of Fame.

He further spent time in the Netherlands and Hungary in a well travelled career and was set to compete in the Basketball Africa League inaugural edition before the competition suspended indefinitely due to the corona virus pandemic. Mohammed was signed to Tunisian side US Monastir.

Mohammed is the younger brother of NBA Champion Nazr Mohammed who played for 14 seasons in the league.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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