The National Basketball Association, NBA Africa yesterday announced that the fourth NBA Academy Women’s Camp Africa would take place from Monday, December 5 to end on Thursday, December 8 at NBA Academy Africa, an elite basketball training center in Saly, Senegal, for the top high-school age prospects from across the continent. This year’s women’s camp…
Efforts to improve the game of basketball in Nigeria have received a big boost with the visit of National Basketball Association (NBA), Deputy Commissioner, Mark Tatum, to Lagos.
Enugu State-born U.S.-based basketball star, Ezekiel Tobechukwu Nnaji (also known as Zeke Nnaji) has initiated partnership with National Basketball Association (NBA-Africa) and the Players Association for the construction of basketball facilities in parts of Nigeria.
9 Jun 2022
As part of activities marking the launch of the 2022 Power Forward basketball season, the National Basketball Association (NBA Africa), ExxonMobil Foundation and PanAfricare
6 Feb 2022
NBA Africa Saturday celebrated the launching of its Nigerian office and its third in Africa. The office is located at Alara in Victoria Island, Lagos. The evening event was attended by NBA Africa strategic investors and partners, former WNBA and NBA players Astou Ndiaye, Olumide Oyedeji and Obinna Ekezie, as well as various stakeholders representing…
21 Dec 2021
NBA Africa, in partnership with Rise, an international philanthropic outfit, has launched a global championship tagged, ‘Rise challenge,’ to select extraordinarily skillful youths from age 15 to 17 for free mentorship programmes and career development.