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 1. CoopBank 19-3 
 2. Ulinzi 18-4 
 3. USIU 15-6 
 4. Thunder 15-7 
 5. Equity Bank 14-7 
 6. KPA 14-8 
 7. Blades 13-9 
 8. KCA U 6-16 
 9. Lions 6-16 
 10. Trail Blazers 5-17 
 11. Strathmore U. 4-18 
 12. Nakuru 1-21 
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Odhiambo meets former players when Cooperative Bank face Thunder - 20 hours ago

'T9' Carey Odhiambo , the Co-operative Bank head coach will come up against some of his former players when they tackle Nairobi City Thunder in the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League semifinal playoffs. In Nairobi, both teams command a good following and the series could attract many fans. The best-of-five series that begins this weekend could see players that Carey Odhiambo groomed deny his team a place in the final. Sadat Gaya, Thunder's assistant coach played for Co-op Ba...   [read more]
KPA through to playoffs semis after win over USIU-A Tigers - 8 days ago

Kenya Ports Authority men's basketball team are through to the semi-finals after beating USIU-A Tigers 63-51 in the second game of the quarter final play-offs. The coastal side won the first game in Mombasa last weekend. On Saturday, KPA narrowly led 31-28 at halftime bwfore winning 63-51. In this game,Alex Ramzan scored 19 points and Kevin Kigotho 11 for USIU-A. The top scorers for KPA were Evans Letting (22) and Martin Kitongu 12. Courtesy of: sportsnewsarena.com   [read more]
Kenya Ports Authority face an uphill task - 15 days ago

In the men's Premier League quarter-finals, Kenya Ports Authority face an uphill task in their seek to recapture title they last won two year's ago when they host USIU-A Tigers in Game One in Makande. KPA were not at their best in the regular season which saw them struggle to qualify for the play-offs. KPA were made to work hard to beat Lions 81-61 and Trailblazers 88-31 in their last two second leg matches to reach the play-offs. Game Two and Three will be played in Nairobi. Blades had t...   [read more]


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