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Mizo Amin aka Mohamed Hassan #9 from Team Qatar Vs Ding Yanyuhang

Name

Mohamed Hassan A Mohamed

Date of Birth

August 3rd, 1991

Place of Birth

Egypt

Current Club

Al Rayyan (QAT)

Height

195cm/6’5″

Position

Shooting Guard

Ranking Points

6,159

World Ranking

5,732nd

Category

Open Men 4,411th

The international and award-winning basketballer, Mohamed Hassan A Mohamed is famously referred to as Mizo Amin. He is presently the captain of his club Al-Rayyan Sports Club and the Qatar National Team in basketball league.

Mizo is one of the top seven three-point shooters in the whole of Asia. A versatile basketballer who is able to play in and out of the Point Guard and Shooting Guard positions. He is rated by FIBA as the Qatar basketball trending leader.

With the participation of Mizo Amin in his Qatar team, he has successfully assisted to finish at 3rd position at the FIBA Asian Tokyo 2012. He scored a buzzer beater against Japan in that competition and is still active to lead his team in coming FIBA Basketball Competitions.

Mizo’s Journey into Basketball Career

Mizo Amin began playing basketball as early at five and he was so passionate about the game. His father, coach Hassan Abdelmoaty discovered his talent and set him on the right path. He got into Qatar Basketball League at a tender age and was the first youngest player to be enlisted into the Qatari League. He is a lead scorer in most of the matches he participates in. He has been rated 3 times an MVP, twice as 3-point shooter, and has won Gold Medal Championships for 22 times.

Milestones

  • In the Gulf region, Mizo Amin was rated the KO3 (King of 3s)  3-point shooter on the 37th GCC Club Championship scoring list
  • He was selected as Asia’s magnificent 7 3-point shooter in 2017, at the FIBA Asia Cup 2017
  • Amin led his team to victory at the Emir Cup Finals, in 2019. He was also rated the most relevant player in the league across the media

 

One of the most famous athletes in Asia, Mizo Amin has been sponsored by Qatar Olympic Community and he also owned a merchandise store name Punchy Store. He was awarded the best 3 point shooter in the Gulf Region GCC in 2017

Mizo Amin aka (Mohamed Hassan A Mohamed) Labeled Best 3 Point Shooter at the Gulf Region

Early Life and Entry into Basketball

Mizo Amin was born on 3 August 1991 in Egypt, Cairo, the second of four children of Hassan Abdelmoaty Mohamed Amin, a professional basketball player and coach, and his wife Lubna Abdulaziz Elesawy Ali. He had two sisters, Lubna Hassan and Ghufan Hassan, and a brother, Abdulrahman Hassan. Growing up in a tight-knit, basketball-loving family Mizo developed a passion for basketball from an early age, playing constantly with his father, Hassan Abdelmoaty Mohamed Amin. Mizo Amin fell in love with basketball at a very young age. At the age of 4, his father took him to his basketball club, Al Rayyan SC, where he was coached and influenced to become a professional basketball player. It’s like he almost grew up in a basketball court playing and watching basketball every day. Mizo Amin then continuously worked to develop his skills while attending education. Amin went to Doha Independent School for his high school education and then to Qatar University for his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing Management. Due to his hard work and passion for basketball, he was drafted into the Qatari League at the age of 17. He was the youngest ever to be drafted in the Qatari League. Then his journey begins, he became the Qatar National Basketball Team Captian and so on.

Mohamed Hassan A Mohamed Stats For Seasons Played

Statistics

Let us breakdown the stastistics of Mizo Amin

 

2015 FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIP

2016 FIBA Asia Championship Cup

2017 FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIP

2018 (Out for a broken noise surgery )

2019 FIBA ASIAN WORLDCUP QUALIFIERS

Career Statistics

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