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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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RISING YOUNG TALENT: Senegalese Fatou Thiam shows her skills in Basketball.

Afrilandent: As basketball gains popularity all over Africa with the implementation of camps and projects aimed at getting the youth excited about the sport, we get to see firsthand the kind of talent that rapidly emerging.

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Karla Martínez, producto de la Academia NBA México, recibe una beca para Estados Unidos

NBA.com: La juvenil mexicana, quien ha participado en la Academia de la NBA en México obtiene beca para Estados Unidos.

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Sanjana spreading joy on court

Deccan Herald: The art of communication is the language of leadership — a key quality that sets Sanjana Ramesh apart. The Karnataka girl was the catalyst behind India’s sensational triumph in Division B of the FIBA under-16 women’s Asian Championship in Bengaluru […]

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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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NBA’s women camp is a pathway for success: Divya Singh

Times of India: Former Indian skipper and national women’s team coach Divya Singh is impressed with the talent exhibited by country’s top 18 women prospects currently receiving training at the basketball development program as part of the NBA Academies Women’s Camp currently in progress at the NBA Academy India in Greater Noida from May 27-29.

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NBA camps in Dakar, New Delhi fueling hoop dreams

Taipei Times: About 20 girls from eight African nations hope to press their claims to a lucrative career in the US at a training camp in Dakar this weekend as part of the NBA Academy initiative, Basketball Without Borders (BWB).

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First bootcamp begins for young basketball players in Senegal

Africa News: The first boot camp for young basketball players in Senegal is underway. The three-day camp is serving as a platform to nurture young players under 17 years of age.

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Campamento NBA recibe a mujeres

Horacero: Este viernes se inauguró en el Centro Nacional de Desarrollo de Talentos Deportivos y Alto Rendimiento el primer campamento de la NBA para mujeres, que tendrá una duración de 3 días.

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