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Quebec City Kebs Sign Two Players

September 29, 2007 - American Basketball Association (ABA) - Kebs de Laval News Release

Quebec City, Canada. Pascal Jobin and Charles Dube-Brais, the Asst GM and Head Coach respectively of the ABA Kebeka de Quebec, are pleased to annonce that two players have been signed for the upcoming season that starts in November.

Dominique Soucy returns for the second season. He is a 6'3, 195-lb guard who grew up in the Greater Quebec area. "We are happy to have Dominique back this year. He is an exceptional athlete who showed a lot of progress last season and we know we will be able to count on him again this year," stated Jobin.

Versatile forward Jasmine Mansell, who played last season with the Arkansas RiverCatz, will also be joining the team. An imposing 6'6", Mansell will play a vital role on the court with Samuel Audet-Sow. "Jasmine is a solidly-built and talented athlete. The nickname he was given during the And 1 Mixtape Tour says it all: Total Package. He can do anything on the court - pass, shoot, play inside, catch rebounds and play defense. He will be a great asset for us near the baskets," added Coach Dube-Brais. "We're proud to have both players."

The Kebs will start their local season with two pre-season games on Oct 12 and 21. Tickets for these two games can be obtained by calling 780 4850. Additional team members will be named shortly. For more information call 527 2131 or visit www.abalive.com.

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