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Jeena
Palanilkumkalayil
Kerala become 2017 National Basketball champions in Puducherry - 3 days ago
In the largest and finest annual collection of Indian basketball talent, only the most toughest survive to reach the pinnacle, to gain the prestigious honour of being called 'National Champions'. At the 67th Senior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women - the 'Senior Nationals' - in Puducherry, a couple of wounded predators got their retribution. Uttarakhand (Men) and Kerala (Women) - both runners-up from the tournament in 2016 - found their salvation in Puducherry by winning...   [read more]

Raspreet
Sidhu
Chhattisgargh claim semifinal tickets - 5 days ago
Quarterfinal action began on Day 6 of the 67th Senior National Basketball Championship here at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Puducherry. The first result was no surprise as Chhattisgarh booked a semi-final berth winning their game against Delhi. Poonam Chaturvedi put up another MVP type performance with 60 points in the game. Chhattisgarh's strategy was simple - put the ball in Poonam's hands in the post and she took care of the rest. Delhi was unable to contain the Chhattisgarh cent...   [read more]
Indian Basketball's Singh Sisters honoured with Rani Lakshmi Bai Award in Lucknow - 19 days ago
There are rarely any stories in sports more remarkable than that of the famous Singh Sisters of Varanasi. Four sisters - Divya, Prashanti, Akanksha, and Pratima - overcame great odds to all become important members of India's national basketball team and dominate the game at the domestic level. Through coaching and playing, the four sisters are still intimately involved with the growth of the game in India and continue to be some of the most popular figures in Indian basketball   [read more]


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