#9 Kai Möller

#9 Kai Möller


Kai Möller is only 26 years old and one of the young guns in the team, although he is eyerything but the baby. Kai is captain of the Baskets and one of the outstanding players in the league. He plays for Hamburg since 2016. Before he scored for BSC Rollers Zwickau, Briantea 84 and FCK Rolling Devils Kaiserslautern. But he shows also great skills playing Playstation. He loves gaming basketball against his friend Karlis on the controller.

The international is born in a small town near Schleswig in the far north of Germany. Kai is a real family person and visits his parents and his brother with his family as often as he could. With his stoic typical northern nature he brings peace and constancy to his team. One of his great aims is to win a title with his team. The other one is the world championships in Hamburg, which he works for very hard every day. His parents could come watch their son. As they always do for every single home game.

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The successful ARD TV documentary "VIERZEHNEINHALB - Basketball on Wheels" is now available on DVD! Enjoy the journey of Anne Patzwald, Mareike Miller and Kai Möller with the national team to the world cup 2018 in Hamburg again at home. The documentary is subtitled in English completely! ORDER HERE All you need to do is inboxing us on sw@close-distance.de. Use the subject "DVD Vierzehneinhalb" and text us your full name and your shipping address. The costs for the DVD are...


On August 10, 2018, our 43-minute TV documentary "VIERZEHNEINHALB - Basketball on Wheels" was shown in a special broadcast of the ARD Sportschau. Despite a short-term change in broadcasting time, nearly 900,000 spectators watched the experiences of Anne Patzwald, Mareike Miller and Kai Möller en route to the  Wheelchair Basketball Worldchamionships. More information about the program can be found here ...

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It's a tense mood in the team after the first defeat. Everybody knew, that the season wouln't be easy going at all times. The home game against the Rhine River Rhinos from Wiesbaden is a major challange for the Baskets so far. Captain Kai and his team have to deal the first crisis. Unfortunately play maker Ali is injured and his appearence on the court is incertain.


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