Ebun Comets, MFM, others listed for Oguche/Bullet Basketball Championship
Organisers of the 2022 Sam Oguche Energy Bullet Basketball Championship have confirmed that Nigeria basketball league’s traditional teams, Ebun Comets, Rivers Hoopers and First Bank, are among top clubs confirmed for the competition, which holds from November 1 to 6, 2022 at the National Stadium, Lagos.
The promoter of the championship, Sam Oguche, at the weekend, told the media from his base in the United States that only a few teams would be invited to join the list of the 19 already confirmed for the competition.
“We are almost good to go with the teams featuring this time. Live betting There about two or three teams especially in the women’s category still under consideration,” he said.
Oguche, an ex-Nigeria international, who was also a guard with the Lagos Islanders, said: mobile shop bet “I am delighted once again to expand the next edition of the championship to add more teams.”
Hoopers, who represented Nigeria in the first Basketball Africa League (BAL), are tipped as favourites for the trophy.
Other teams in the mix are Lagos Legends, betting tips today Abuja-based Nile University, which have won both the NBBF National Division Two League and Division One titles, and Hot Coal, Abuja, Mo Heats (Abuja), as well as Correctional Services of Abuja.
Others are Kwara Falcons, DYTO Lome, Togo, Warlords, Ogun, bet of the day Delta Force and Grizzly Bear.
The women teams in the championship are First Bank, MFM, Air Warriors, sports betting app Impression Basketball Academy, War Queens (Ogun), Peace Basketball Academy and Tap Queens.
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