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NBA G League’s Princepal Singh: ‘I hope to inspire the youth in India’

Hoops Hype: Even though India has a population of more than 1.3 billion people, few players in NBA history have ever been of Indian descent. In fact, the first in this lineage was Sim Bhullar in 2015 and since then there have been only three to play in NBA Summer League or the NBA G League.

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NBA Global Academy’s Princepal Singh selected in Indian team

Sportskeeda: The NBA Global Academy’s Princepal Singh has been selected to play in the Indian men’s team for the Super Kung Sheung Cup International Basketball Invitation Championship in Hong Kong from December 11 to 16.

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NAU Women’s Basketball Inks Sanjana Ramesh and Emily Rodabaugh to NLIs

NAU Athletics: The Pacific Northwest has been kind to the Northern Arizona women’s basketball program of late, but head coach Loree Payne did not stop there when looking to supplement next season’s roster. In addition to nabbing another Seattle product, Payne went far east to untapped recruiting ground to fill her 2019 signing class.

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NBA Academy Games 2018 – Schedule

Follow the NBA Academy Games 2018 by following @nbacademy on Instagram or #NBAAcademy on Facebook and Twitter!

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Scouting the most interesting draft prospects at the NBA Global Camp

ESPN: This week’s NBA Global Camp marked the first time the league has organized a draft combine outside of U.S. Over the course of four days, 81 players from 38 countries — ranging from 15 to 23 years old — went through athletic and medical testing, measurements, interviews, scrimmages and practices, including instruction from a group of eight NBA assistant coaches and Sergio Scariolo, the head coach of the Spanish national team.

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Sibling rivalry got her into basketball, but India’s Sanjana Ramesh now has bigger goals

Scroll: The 17-year-old has already played for and captained the India U-16 team last year but after a stint at the NBA Academy, she’s gunning for more.

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