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Moore Basketball for Ki-Ki - EXCLUSIVE

Former Fresno State hoop star Ki-Ki Moore spoke exclusively to CBS 47's George Takata Saturday, April 20th about her decision to transfer to UOP.
When Fresno State sent out a news release stating guard Ki-Ki Moore decided to quit playing basketball because of "lingering injuries and constant pain," that apparently wasn't the case at all.

In an exclusive interview with CBS 47's George Takata that first aired Saturday April 20th, Moore said she gave a verbal commitment to UOP in Stockton.

Moore says she prefers the Tigers' dribble drive motion offense compared to the new system installed by Bulldogs head coach Raegan Pebley last season, because it's the same style former head coach Adrian Wiggins implemented when he was at Fresno State.

Moore said she was never hurt to the point she was going to stop playing.

She can play right away because she is pursuing her Masters degree.

This isn't the last we'll see of Moore: Pacific is scheduled to play at Fresno State next season.

Moore joins fellow former Bulldog Madison Parrish at Pacific.
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