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D’Tigers finally roaring – Nigeria qualifies for Olympics

I got a call from London back in May. It was Nigeria’s Olumide Oyedeji, to whom I haven't spoken to for quite some time....

No Hibbert, no cry!

Team-captain Akeem Scott nearly cried on the court while a joyful team-mate slung his arms around him. What has happened before was an emotional...

B-Ball Potpourri back for 2012!

A Happy New Year to you all! B-Ball Potpourri is back on with some entertaining videos from around the world to please your day...

The „C“in „C.J. Wallace“stands for Congo!

C.J. Wallace signed with FC Barcelona for two years and is probably going to get a Congolese passport to play as an "extracomunitario" in...

African Champs 2011: Winners & Losers

Winners: Tunisia A couple of the missing players (Dhifallah, Bechir Hdidane and Hamdi Braa) are probably at home and are biting...

Your guide to the African Championships 2011

The African Championships in Madagascar just started and to make it easier to you to follow it, I decided to put a little guide...

Spain and France are directing most African nations in 2011

The 26th African Championships will be more than a continental tournament but an international affair, as players, coaches and referees from all around the...

Top Ten of the least known international players in the NBA Draft

The NBA Draft has his own rules. One really important one is: Never be sure to be picked, even if you hold a promise...

Interview with Obie Trotter

Kristian Santiago had the chance to talk to U.S. guard Obie Trotter, who was awarded Guard of the Year in Finland by Eurobasket.com and...

Not only pirates – Somali hoops

Somalia is primarily known these days for its pirates and the lack of a government to most of the world.Basketball seems not to be...

Germany’s Harris a hot commodity these days

Merhaba! Fresh off a new start into 2010, I thought to hit you up with the latest buzz about German national team-player Elias Harris,...

Sharda vs. Zazai – Players with Asian origin battled each other on the court

At first, there nothing special about driving down to Langen (A rather small town near to Frankfurt, which is geographically in the middle of...

A lot of quality players are still free-agents

The recession stroked hard on the economy in the last months and in every country around the world. It did as well on...

Changing Nationalities: Qatar showed how to do it – Other nations followed

A lot of controversy is surrounding FIBA-sanctioned tournaments these days. Complaints have been raised around the globe about the eligibility of certain players to...

Focus on Africa #5 – Special Edition

Muraho (Kinyarwandese "hello") to all basketball addicts out there! I'm back with a quick update on the ongoing preparations of some of the...

No excuses – Mexico needs to step up big

Now or never - It's a do-or-die situation for Mexico in the upcoming FIBA Americas Tournament in Puerto Rico. After a...

Caribbean Basketball Championships underway – Jamaica shockingly defeated

Tortola in the British Virgin Islands is the place to be for basketball players in the Caribbean. The Caribbean Basketball Championships are currently being...

Angola’s U-19 not ready yet to keep up with most countries outside of Africa

Despite an immense effort to prepare professionally and extensively in Europe, Angola's U-19 national team fell short in its first game against Greece (101-58)...

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