Sponsor of Mark D Ball Basketball Championship, Igoche Mark, at the weekend, maintained his claim as the duly elected president of the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF), saying the fight to claim his mandate is still on.
The Federal Government, yesterday, reversed its decision to withdraw Nigerian teams from international competitions for two years. But this is coming after Nigeria’s women national team, D’Tigress,
*D'Tigress World Cup participation remains doubtful The Nigerian government has rescinded its decision to suspend the country’ basketball teams from all international competitions for two years. The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth and Sports Development Ismaila Abubakar disclosed this at a news conference in Abuja on Thursday. He said the latest decision is based on…
The Nigerian women’s basketball team, D’Tigress, have reiterated their opposition to the self-imposed international ban embarked upon by the Federal Government.
Nigeria has started ‘reaping’ the rewards of its decision to pull out of international competitions for two years. Yesterday, the world basketball ruling body, FIBA, named Mali...
The Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) has confirmed Nigeria’s withdrawal from international basketball competitions by inviting Mali to replace D’Tigress at the upcoming FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup. FIBA, in a statement released in Mies, Switzerland on Thursday, said it was inviting Mali to replace Nigeria in view of its position as the next…
Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) Vice President, Babs Ogunade, has described the recent threat to quit women national team, D’Tigress, by Coach Otis Hughley over unpaid emoluments as unfortunate...
Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) President, Musa Kida, has predicted that the national women basketball team, D’Tigress, can shock the world at the 2022 Women World Cup
One of the sponsors of basketball in the country, Zenith Bank Plc, has hailed the performance of the national women team, D’Tigress, who recently qualified for the FIBA World Cup despite several adversities that affected the team.
Senior national women’s basketball team, D’Tigress, are set to receive a cash reward of N25 million from the Federal Government for winning the 2020 Afrobasketball Championships in Cameroon.
National senior women’s basketball team, D’Tigress, yesterday in Serbia, defeated Mali 73 to 69 to qualify for the 2022 FIBA World Cup scheduled to hold in Sydney, Australia, from September 22 to October 1.
20 Oct 2021
Stakeholders in Nigeria’s basketball have cautioned persons ‘peddling unfounded allegations’ that the Federal Government released the sum of N1 billion for the senior women ....