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17/10/2019
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Igor Curkovic's Champions League Help-Side
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Help-Side Column: Youngsters are taking over
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If you are a regular Basketball Champions League follower, then you must have noticed two major things in the new season: (1) the ball is really orange, and (2) the young guns are here.

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25/09/2019
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Julio Chitunda's African Message
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Top 5 African players and a look back at FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019
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LEEDS (Julio Chitunda's African Message) - Africa's five representative at the recently concluded FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 in China may have fallen short of their primary goal of reaching the...

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14/09/2019
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Enzo Flojo's Asia On My Mind
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Asia's Young Stars on Display at World Cup
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MANILA (Enzo Flojo's Asia on My Mind) – The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 has showcased so many elite players from every corner of the globe, and some of the most promising young players have actually...

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06/09/2019
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Enzo Flojo's Asia On My Mind
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My top 15 FIBA Asia players at the World Cup so far
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MANILA (Enzo Flojo's Asia on My Mind) – FIBA Asia teams haven't been so lucky at the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019, with just Australia successfully making it to the Second Round.

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03/09/2019
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Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide
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Ten impressive players from #FIBAU16Europe who didn’t make the All-Star Fives
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NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen Women's Basketball Worldwide) - As we celebrate another summer of #FIBAU16Europe being in the books, here are my unsung heroes from the action in Skopje and Sofia.

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29/08/2019
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Julio Chitunda's African Message
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Things to know about African teams at FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019
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LEEDS (Julio Chitunda's African Message) - It all started back in November 2017 with sixteen African nations battling it for the right to represent the continent at the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 in...

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28/08/2019
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Enzo Flojo's Asia On My Mind
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My final look at the FIBA Asia teams before the World Cup tips off
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MANILA (Enzo Flojo's Asia on My Mind) – World Cup fever has gripped Asia as the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 tips off in China this weekend, but how are our FIBA Asia teams projected to do at the...

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21/08/2019
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Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide
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Who will punch their ticket to FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021?
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NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Even if a ball has not yet been thrown up in the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021 Qualifiers, I have already been asked who I think will qualify.

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20/08/2019
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Julio Chitunda's African Message
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Where do African teams stand ahead of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019?
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LEEDS (Julio Chitunda's African Message) - The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 starts on August 31 across eight Chinese cities, and for the first time in the history of the competition five African...

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