The Nigeria female national Basket Ball team D’Tigress have made historical achievement in the just concluded 2017 AFRO Basket championship hosted by Mali, beating 11-time champions Senegal to cling the title for the third time. D’Tigress who thrashed defending champions Senegal 65-48 to win the title, now complement the effort of the Nigerian men basket
NBA free agency is under way. There’s still plenty of league news, rumours and updates, and that figures to be the case all week as at July 4. Patrick Patterson Moves To Thunder Patrick Patterson will be joining the retooling Thunder. He and the Thunder agreed on a $16.4 million contract with a player option
The Warriors completed a second-round sweep of the Jazz with a 121-95 win Monday night, putting them one step closer to an unprecedented undefeated run through the NBA playoffs. The Warriors defeated the Jazz by double figures in each of the four games of the series according to reports from sportingnews.com. Stephen Curry led all scorers with
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook made the highest scoring triple-double in NBA history as his side beat Orlando Magic 114-106 according to reports from BBC. Westbrook scored 57 points as well as notching up 13 rebounds and 11 assists. It was his 38th triple-double of the season – just three short of the NBA record
The ongoing Olumide Oyedeji Basket ball competition ended at the University of Lagos Akoka yesterday, with the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria beating the College of Education Minna 88-79 to win the prestigious cup. ABU’s defeat inflicted bitter pains on College of Education Minna, who reached the final for a second consecutive time in the tournament
The basket ball male team of the University of Lagos Akoka, yesterday beat Federal University of Technology Minna to progress to the semifinal stage of the ongoing Olumide Oyedeji Intercollegiate Basketball Championship going on at the indoor Sports Hall of the University of Lagos. The match which ended 63-57 in favour of the University of
Nigeria’s international Basketball player Chamberlain Oguchi has moved to Mexico, ending his contract which started in Poland in the year 2015. The 30-year-old who had a stint with Polish side Anwil Włocławek, is set to face a new challenge with 2015 Mexican champions Soles de Mexicali, and he plans to help them win another trophy.