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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 


Rebels Take On the Mighty Lions - Jul 17, 2015

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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 point guard Mervin Katjouanga (SG-80), power forward Alexander Kapepu (192-G/F) and guard Abcy Hailenga. The defeat saw Warriors remain sixth on the log with seven points. The Lions took on the depleted Titans in what proved to be an outstanding basketball match, with both sides showing great scoring form. It was only after the third quarter that the Lions began to stamp their authority on the game as the absence of key players from the Titans ranks began to take effect. Lion's power forward Corbin Prinzonsky and superb point guard Guilherme Bryant da Costa supported by centre player Cyfo Sinvula were the driving force of their team ensuring that they edged their arch rival. For the Titans, point guard Henoch Shilongo gave an excellent performance scoring 34 career high points against the mighty Lions. His efforts were however not enough to prevent his side from defeat. The Lions win sees them hold on to second position behind Rebels, while the Titans are fourth on 11 points.
Another of Saturday's exciting contests saw Poly Blues battle Afro Stars, with the former eventually winning the entertaining encounter 86-66.
Meanwhile, Zula Cobraz lost 93-56 to second division log leaders Wolves, while Monitronics defeated Eagles by 67-46.
On Sunday, Poly Blues were on the losing end after Unam Pacers sneaked a 59-53 victory. The Eagles went down 72-65 to Mwangole on the same day. Action in the KBA leagues continues at the Unam Basketball Gymnasium this weekend.
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IBF 3x3 Young Lions Cup to be held at the weekend - 8 months ago
The annually held IBF 3x3 Young Lions Cup will be held again this weekend to determine a winner who will go on to represent the country in Botswana. Regions from all around the country will all gather at the Katutura Youth Sports Complex,Basketball Artists School, to play it out for gold! The tournament is for u18 division teams who already held preliminary games in their respective regions to pick a male and/or female team to play the other regions   [read more]
Second Basketball High-Performance Centre Opens - 2 Years ago
The Namibian Basketball Federation in Walvis Bay opened its second high performance center on 21 June. Under guidance of coach Sylvester Goraseb and Namibian Basketball Federation's German expert Frank Albin, a selected group of 12 young talents started working on their fundamentals   [read more]
DHL Titans became 2016 champions - 2 Years ago
DHL Titans became 2016 champions. In the Final series they beat the Lions 3-1 in the KBA 2016 league finals. They grabbed the win at the UNAM gym hall. After being tied at 1-1, DHL Titans posted another two victories to clinch the title. Earlier in the Semifinals DHL Titans overcame the Wolves.   [read more]

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