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D1 Standings
 1. UNAM R. 18-2 
 2. The Lions 18-2 
 3. Tomahawks 18-2 
 4. Monotronics SC 13-7 
 5. Plaza Warriors 10-10 
 6. Mwangole BC 9-10 
 7. UNAM Pacers 9-11 
 8. WIBA Barleys 6-13 
 9. Osire Splash 5-15 
 10. Polytech 3-15 
 11. UNAM Raiders 1-19 


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Rebels Take On the Mighty Lions - 1 Year ago

Defending champions Unam Rebels' dominance of the Khomas Basketball Association first division will be tested when they lock horns against bitter rivals Lions on Saturday. Last weekend, the Rebels comfortably saw off Katutura outfit Plaza Warriors 93-56 to cement first place position on the log with 13 points, incidentally the same number of points as the Lions. Rebels power forward Rafael Paulus, supported by Omzak Paulus and Baklam Iyambo dominated the game throughout against Warriors p...   [read more]
Osire Splash: from any part of Africa - 3 Years ago

A very particular story belongs to Namibian KBA league team named Osire Splash. This team is based in Osire Refugee Camp in central Namibia, situated 200 km north of the capital Windhoek. Established in 1992, the refugee population of Osire is now around 7.000 after having reached a peak of 20.000 in 1998 and the majority of current refugees came from Angola, and Democratic Republic of the Congo. In our opinion, Khomas Basketball League officials made a great decision to accept a team from t   [read more]
Plaza Warriors won 2013 KBA league - 3 Years ago

With some weeks of delay we are able to inform that Plaza Warriors Windhoek won the 2013 edition of Namibian First Division, also named KBA League. After ending only at fifth place the regular season, the Plaza Warriors made an imporessive comeback during the playoff phase, defeating in final series #3 ranked Tomahawks BC 2-1, led by Zimbabwean import Michael Banda (193-G/F-81), who was named the Finals MVP. See here down the Regular Season Final Standings and the KBA FInals results    [read more]


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