A player seeing action in Lebanon's FLBB Division A League scored a phenomenal 113 points in a league playoff game last night in Beirut, according to an article in the FIBA-Asia website fibaasia.net.
Mohammad El Akkari, a guard playing for Mouttahed of Tripoli, torched the hoops with a mind-boggling 69 field goal attempts, connecting on 32-of-59 triples, 8-of-10 two-point shots, and one free throw to lead his team to a 173-141 victory over Bejjeh.
No details were available on the number of minutes Akkari played, but even if we assume he played the entire 40 minutes, that will come out to nearly two field goal attempts per minute, 1.73 to be exact. His shooting percentage is also noteworthy: 40-of-69 translates into an impressive 58% shooting clip and his 32-of-59 on threes comes out to an equally impressive 54%.
But what makes his feat truly remarkable is the fact that Akkari had been averaging only 7.6 points per game in 23 previous games for Mouttahed this season. After his 113-pointRead More »from Lebanese player hits 113 points