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  • Day 5

    67th Junior National Basketball Championship: Day 5

    Delhi in grey vs Maharashtra in yellow. Aakash of Delhi takes a fade away jumper.
    by Team Ekalavyas

    Puducherry, 5th May, 2016: Kerala boys and girls, and Haryana boys. form Level 1, managed important wins and have secured their places in the quarterfinals. On the other extreme, after their fourth straight loss today, Madhya Pradesh boys have been relegated to Level 2, here on the 5th day of the 67th Junior National Basketball Championship, Puducherry. Day 5 Results – upto 12:00 pm Level 1 Boys Kerala 62 (Muhammed 22, Ebin 10) bt Madhya Pradesh 38 (Yadav 11, Sohaam 11) [13-2, 10-14, 14-12, 25-9]  Haryana 97 (Deepak 29, Ankit...

  • Tokyo Bound

    Adarsh Premsan becomes the first Indian boy to get selected to play High School in Japan

    Adarsh Premsan
    by Kabir Saxena

    A few weeks ago, Adarsh Premsan Jayakumar made history by becoming the first Indian boy to get a scholarship to play high school basketball in Japan. He has become the fifth Indian national to move to Japan in the last two years. Adarsh has started his basketball career/training from 17th April 2016 officially at the Fujieda Meisei High School and will be training for 3 years in Tokyo, Japan. We caught up with Adarsh days before he was leaving for Japan to learn more about his inspiring journey. About Adarsh Premsan Adarsh had little to no...

  • Day 4

    67th Junior National Basketball Championship: Day 4

    Chhattisgarh in yellow vs Madhya Pradesh in red. Deeksha attempts a put back.
    by Team Ekalavyas

    Puducherry, 4th May, 2016:  Telangana and Chhattisgarh boys teams and Gujarat and Delhi from the girls section made it through from the Level 2 to Level 1 and progressed to the pre-quarterfinals stage. All of this was Day 4 action at the 67th Junior National Basketball Championship, here on the 4th of May. In Level 1 matches, Kerala girls came out strong after their defeat yesterday at the hands of Karnataka, by outplaying Rajasthan. In the first quarter, Rajasthan was trailing only by  a point, but from the second quarter onward, Kerala outplayed...

67th Junior National Basketball Championship: Day 5

Delhi in grey vs Maharashtra in yellow. Aakash of Delhi takes a fade away jumper.

Puducherry, 5th May, 2016: Kerala boys and girls, and Haryana boys. form Level 1, managed important wins and have secured their places in the quarterfinals. On the other extreme, after their fourth straight loss today, Madhya Pradesh boys have been relegated to Level 2, here on the 5th day of the 67th Junior National Basketball Championship, Puducherry. Day 5 Results – upto 12:00 pm Level 1 Boys Kerala 62 (Muhammed 22, Ebin 10) bt Madhya Pradesh 38 (Yadav 11, Sohaam 11) [13-2, 10-14, 14-12, 25-9]  Haryana 97 (Deepak 29, Ankit 16) bt Chandigarh 79 (Amit 31) [12-21, 25-18, 30-28, 30-12] Girls Kerala  60 (Nivya Raj 20, Anusha 19) bt Maharashtra 53 (Shruti 21, Neha 12) [21-11, 13-17, 13-11, 13-14] Qualifying matches* (*note...

Chhattisgarh in yellow vs Madhya Pradesh in red. Deeksha attempts a put back.

67th Junior National Basketball Championship: Day 4

Puducherry, 4th May, 2016:  Telangana and Chhattisgarh boys teams and Gujarat and Delhi from the girls section made it through from the Level 2 to Level 1 and progressed to the pre-quarterfinals stage. All of this was Day 4 action at the 67th Junior National Basketball Championship, here on the 4th of May. In Level 1 matches, Kerala girls came out strong after...

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67th Junior National Basketball Championship: Day 3

Delhi in grey vs Rajasthan red.

Puducherry, 3rd May 2016: Day 3 action of the 67th Junior National Basketball Championship took place here in Puducherry, at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium. In a high intensity game between a promising Delhi team versus an equally determined Rajasthan team, Delhi prevailed 81-75. In the neck to neck encounter, both the teams went at each other, with their penetrating offense. Delhi...

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