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NBA Academy Games 2018 – Schedule
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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.Read More
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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.Read More
Despite the 10-point loss, NBA Academy India played a competitive first game back from a 3-week break. Jagshaanbir Singh had strong, balanced game recording 9 pts, 7 rbd, 3 blk and Achyntia Krishna was the team’s high scorer, with 10pts.
NBA Academy India’s tenacious full-court defense and balanced scoring led them to blow pass Hindu College. Princepal Singh finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds, while Jagshaanbir Singh with 8 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks, and Rajveer Bhati with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
NBA Academy India’s defensive focus was a key to this week’s victory. The team’s younger players stepped up and contributed on both ends. Jagshaanbir Singh finished with 16 pointts, 6 rebounds and 2 blocks and Digvijay Shekhawat 16 points and 3 rebounds.
Down by 15, the Academy applied full court pressure and tied the game with an alley oops pass from a side out of boùnds play with 1 second left. NBA Academy India lost as Kiori Mal College drained a 3-point shot in overtime. Forward Seijin Mathew had a team high of 18 points and 5 rebounds.