Their have been so many African basketball ballers to play in the NBA and today we will take a look at them. No 3: LUOL DENG Deng, who hails from South Sudan, is the only other Africa-born player other than Hakeem Olajuwon and Dikembe Mutombo to have been selected as an All-Star, where he represented the Eastern Conference in 2012 and 2013 while with Chicago Bulls.
BY OLUWAFEMI ADEFESO (@incrediblefemi) Call it the Basketball Champions League in Africa and you are not wrong… The official logo of the new professional 12 club Pan-African Basketball league announced in February by the NBA, the Basketball Africa League (BAL) was unveiled today at the Kigali Arena in Rwanda with pomp and pageantry. The unveiling was done today in front of a capacity crowd at thr Kigali Arena by BAL President Amadou Gallo Fall in the presence of Rwanda President Paul Kagame, Rwanda Minist
The first ever Basketball Africa League combine took place at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) Training Center - the official practice facility of the Brooklyn Nets - from Wednesday, Dec. 4 to Thursday, Dec. 5 with 50 aspiring players from Africa, the U.S. and around the world given an opportunity to shot their shots into the history books as the first athletes to play in the first NBA League outside the United States. With the league scheduled to tip off in March 2020, former NBA head coach and 1992