File - New Zealand's head coach Nenad Vucinic directs his team's play against Lebanon in the first half of their FIBA Basketball World Championship game in Izmir August 31, 2010. (REUTERS/Sergio Perez)
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Byblos Serbian head coach Nenad Vucinic believes Mouttahed's recent marquee signing could work against them when both teams meet in an intriguing matchup during the first round of the Lebanese Basketball League playoffs.Back then, Moujaes was at the Byblos helm prior his move to Tripoli in the summer.And Vucinic refused to place restrictions on how far his side could go in the playoffs.Byblos, who finished fourth in the regular season ahead of Mouttahed on head-to-head advantage with an 11-7 record, lost several games after leading for most of them. They surrendered a 16-point lead at one point against Mouttahed to lose 67-62 .Vucinic also revealed that three teams [Riyadi, Sagesse and Amchit] are heavy favorites for the title.
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