Antwerp Giants (Belgium-BLB)Career:
Brabo (Belgium-D2, 1996-97); Bree (Belgium-BLB, 1997-98); Long Island University (USA-NCAA, 1998-99); Houthalen (Belgium D1, 1999); Brussels (Belgium-BLB, 1999-00); Royal Antwerp (Belgium-BLB, 2000-02); Spirou Charleroi (Belgium-BLB, 2002-06); ASVEL Villeurbanne (France-Pro A, 2006-07); Leuven (Belgium-BLB, 2007); Spirou Charleroi (Belgium-BLB, 2007-08); Gent (Belgium-BLB, 2008-09); Antwerp Giants (Belgium-BLB, 2009-13)
The much-travelled guard is in line to make his 100th appearance at senior level for Belgium's national team during 2013, having made his debut in 2000 in a loss to Slovenia. Since then, he has been an ever-present, other than in 2005 when he was injured. He was also a member of the side which reached the semi-finals of the U18 European Championship in 1996. Four times named Belgian Player of the Year, including in 2013, Moors has spent most of his career in his native land, other than an abortive freshman year at Long Island University in New York and one season in France with ASVEL Villeurbanne. He won the Belgian League title in 2003, 2004 and 2008 with Charleroi. He has a three-year-old son, Vikske.