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 Dermaine CROCKRELL
  Punjab S.
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 Amritpal SINGH
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 Agu CHUKWUNANU
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 Dermaine CROCKRELL
  Punjab S.
  (185-G-89)
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 Ronald MARCH
  Delhi C.
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India ready for 21st Best Mart 360 Super Kung Sheung Cup International Basketball Invitation Championship - Dec 12, 2016


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ANIL KUMAR
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The 21st Best Mart 360 Super Kung Sheung Cup International Basketball Invitation Championship will be held in Hong Kong at the Queen Elizabeth stadium between 13th to 18th December.There are 9 participating teams divided into 3 preliminary round groups of 3 teams each. Apart from the Indian National team, national teams of Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore are participating. Three local Hong Kong teams, as well as club teams from USA and China are the other sides in the fray.

In the lead up to this Championship, the Indian men's team has been training in Indore for almost three weeks.The Indian team sees the return of established stars Vishesh Bhriguvanshi, Amritpal Singh, Pratham Singh, Yadwinder Singh, Rikin Pethani, Arvind Arumugam, Aravind Annadurai, Akilan Pari and Prasanna Venkatesh. Chandigarh's 24-year-old centre Ravi Bhardwaj who made his international debut earlier this year, retains his place in the side. Junior India captain P Baladhaneshwar and Karnataka's Anil Kumar, will be making their senior India debuts. The side will be captained by Bhriguvanshi, head coached by Tamil Nadu's S Bhaskar with the assistance of Karnataka's Srinivasa Murthy. India's opening league match will be against Hong Kong, Winling on 13th followed by against Thailand on 15th.

The 12 member roster was finalized during the National Coaching Camp at National Basketball Academy (Indore, Madhya Pradesh), which took place from 28th November onwards. They will leave from Indore later tonight at 08:50 PM and will travel via Mumbai to Hong Kong.

During the Indore camp, former Australian National Women's team assistant coach Mr Damian Cotter paid a visit, conducting special training sessions. His visit was coordinated with the assistance of Bengaluru based sports management company Pursuit India Sports & Entertainment Private Limited.

'Ours is a settled line up and we have been performing well against top Asian sides in the last few years. We are hopeful of winning both our league matches and progressing to the semifinals,' said Head Coach S Bhaskar.

About the Super Kung Sheung Cup International Championship

The 21st edition of the Super Kung Sheung Cup will be played at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hong Kong.
Participants

1. National Team of India

2. National Team of Malaysia

3. National Team of Singapore

4. National Team of Thailand

5. Southern California Fukienese Association Basketball Team (USA)

6. Guangxi Wei Zhuang Basketball Club, China

7. National Team of Hong Kong, SCAA

8. National Team of Hong Kong, Eastern Long Lions

9. National Team of Hong Kong, Winling

Format

The 9 participating teams will be split into three groups (A, B & C). The initial stage will be played in the typical round robin fashion. The best team in each group and the 2nd best team among the remaining teams will qualify for the semi-finals.
Groupings

Group 1: National Team of Malaysia, Guangxi Wei Zhuang Basketball Club (China), National Team of Hong Kong (Eastern Long Lions)

Group 2: National Team of Hong Kong (SCAA), National Team of Singapore, Southern California Fukienese Association Basketball Team (USA)

Group 3: National Team of Thailand, National Team of India, National Team of Hong Kong (Winling)
Immediate history

Southern California Fukienese Association won the 20th Super Kung Sheung Cup 2015.
India's History at the Championship

India last participated in the 17th iteration of the Championship in 2010 and reached the semifinals, before eventually finishing fourth, behind SC Fukienese Association, Philippines and Hong Kong.
India's League Round Schedule (Tentative times given in IST)

13th December: vs National Team of Hong Kong, Winling @ 6:15 PM
15th December: vs National Team of Thailand @ 1:30 PM   




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