Mohammad Akkari

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Mohammad Akkari (Arabic: محمد عكاري‎) is a Lebanese basketball player in the Lebanese Basketball League's top division basketball club Al Mouttahed Tripoli.

Akkari joined the "basketball 100-point-game club" by scoring 113 points for first division Moutahed's game on April 3, 2012 against Bejjeh basketball team.[1] Akkari, a guard, averages 7.6 points in 23 games, but had the game of his life against Bejjeh by making 40-of-69 shots, including 32-of-59 3-pointers. This was the first 100-point performance in an official game in any league of the FIBA Asia National Federations.[2][3] The game finished 173-141 in favor of Al Mouttahed.

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