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FIBA WORLD CUP: NBBF INVITES 21 PLAYERS TO CAMP AHEAD OF QUALIFIERS IN ANGOLA

The Nigeria Basketball Board Federation, NBBF has released a list invited 21 players to camp for final round of preparation for the 2023 FIBA World Cup Africa Qualifiers in Angola.

Nigeria home base players top the list of invited with 19 players, the likes of Michael Okiki, Iba Agu who are regular faces will be joined by Abdul Wahab Yakubu.

FULL LIST

Johnson Anaiye (Hoopers), Tolani Buhari (Falcons). Okiki Michael (Bulls), Kareem Joseph (Falcons), Micheal Daramola (Customs), Odufuwa Kanyinsola (Bulls), Olatunji Graham (USA/Free Agent), Wisdom Anyoaha (Bulls), Abdulwahab Yakubu (Bulls).

Others Ibe Agu (Customs), Victor Ezeh (Falcons), Adebayo Odeuleye (Hoopers), Abah Patrick (Benue Braves), Edenchukwu Derrick (USA/Free Agent), Nnoruka Francis (Pillars), Vincent Nwaiwu (Hoopers), Dada Samuel (Falcons), Chinedu Chimbou (Pillars), Chibuzor Njoku (Bull), Israel Otobo as well as Victor Koko (Hoopers).

The team is tutored by head coach Ogoh Odaudu (Hoopers), Assistant coach Baba Jubril (Falcons), Assistant and coach Abdulraham Moh’d (Ex. Bulls) and team Doctor Damian Okewan and Physio/Trainer Isaac Godwin.

The FIBA 2023 World Cup is scheduled to take place from August 25thto September 10th 2023, in Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The sixteen nations vying for the five African spots at the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 are Angola, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Congo Dr, Cote d’Ivoire, Egypt, Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Southern Sudan, Tunisia and Uganda.   

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