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Nationality  Lebanese/American
Role  Basketball Player
Pro career  2011
Name  Charles Tabet
Position  Center
Listed weight  104 kg (229 lb)
Weight  104 kg
Listed height  2.05 m (6 ft 9 in)
Height  2.05 m

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League  Lebanese Basketball League
Born  1 July 1987 (age 28) Michigan, USA (1987-07-01)

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Charles Tabet, born July 1, 1987 in Michigan United States, is a professional basketball player currently playing in Lebanon for Al Riyadi Beirut in the Lebanese Basketball League. He was also represented the Lebanese National Basketball Team that participated in the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship in Wuhan in China, after being called by coach Ghassan Sarkis to play as a replacement for retiree Jackson Vroman. Tabet started his college career at the University of South Alabama before deciding to sign his first professional contract for the Lebanese green castle Hekmeh BC along with twin brother Phillip. However, in 2014 Charles had signed for Al Mouttahed Tripoli along with former American Sacramento Kings center Hassan Whiteside to play as a dynamic duo in the 2014 Lebanese basketball season. And in 2017 he left Al Mouttahed Tripoli to sign for Al Riyadi Beirut. Tabet is known for his block shots and rebounds within the paint and can easily with players at 7 feet tall.

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Career

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References

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