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Sports Illustrated profiles the Prince

Steve Aschburner has a nice article on Bucks' rook Luc Mbah a Moute. "Maybe the best compliment he could have so early in his rookie year," Milwaukee general manager John Hammond said, "[was when] we played Philly (in the game where Elton Brand got hurt) and Scott started him and had him guarding Brand, and he did a very solid job on him. But the amazing thing to me was, in the second half, Lou Williams was taking control of the game -- one of the smallest players on the floor -- and Scott put Mbah a Moute on him. I thought Luc really contained him and somewhat shut him down. Scott couldn't stay with the matchup and had to go back to smalls, and we lost the game. But with Luc on him, I think we could have won.''

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