Nanterre 92 reached a new agreement with guard
Dallas Moore to stay together next season, the club announced Tuesday night. Moore (1.83 meters, 25 years old) averaged 14.6 points on 46.7% three-point shooting and 2.5 assists in 10 7DAYS EuroCup games last season. He tied with Milos Teodosic of Segafredo Virtus Bologna for the second-most three-points made (28) in the regular season, trailing only Jamar Smith of UNICS Kazan (35). Moore has also played for VL Pesaro and Fiat Turin of Italy, and for Hapoel SP Tel Aviv of Israel. He is also a member of the Albanian national team. "With Isaia (Cordinier) and Damien (Bouquet), it was important to keep players from last season, especially since with the return of Chris (Warren) and Brian (Conklin)," Nanterre head coach Pascal Donnadieu said. "We now have a base of five players with a real base made in Nanterre. Dallas took on a really important dimension in our team and it was important to work on continuity by having him stay."