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NBBF Puts clubs On Notice Ahead Of New Season

Following the recent Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 directive lifting the ban on contact sports, the Nigeria Basketball Federations has told clubs to put their houses in order in readiness for the new season.

AMK Foundation Takes Basketball To Kano

Attention will shift to the Bayero University Kano, Old Site Basketball Arena between Monday, 16th of November and Saturday, 21st of November for this year’s edition of Ahmadu Musa Kida Basketball Foundation Tournament.

Felix Kimto: NBBF Commiserates With Family Over Stabbing Death Basketball Player

The President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation, Musa Kida has commiserated with the family and friends of Felix Kimto who was stabbed to death in Abuja on Tuesday. The sad incident which...
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D’Tigers: 12 NBA Players Lined Up For 2020 Olympics – Adamu (AUDIO)

Nigeria national men basketball team, D'Tigers, could field a complete roster of current NBA players at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo the team's General Manager Musa Adamu has told busybuddiesng.com. D'Tigers' 12-man...
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Kida Rues Inability To Stage Men’s Basketball Premier League As Court Battle Rages On

The Nigeria Basketball Federation says the Men’s Premier League may not start any time soon due to an ongoing suit brought against it by representatives of the ''Nigeria Basketball Premier League Owners’ Council''.

NBBF, Total Sign N150m Basketball Sponsorship Deal

The Nigeria Basketball Federation and Total E&P Nigeria on Tuesday, signed a 5-year, N150m ( One Hundred and Fifty Million naira) deal for the sponsorship of the Men’s Divisions One and Two leagues.

Basketball: NBBF, Total E&P To Sign 5-year Sponsorship Deal

The Nigeria Basketball Federation will officially sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Total E&P Nigeria Limited on 15 September, 2020 for the sponsorship of the Division 1 and 2 men's basketball leagues.

Basketball: Former D’Tigers Invitee Ojo Dies At 27

Nigerian basketballer Michael Olalekan Ojo has died aged 27 years. According to an official statement by his club, Crvena Zvezda of Serbia, Ojo slumped after training and died shortly afterwards.

Ifunanya Ibekwe: NBBF Fetes Arizona Women Basketball Player of the Decade

The Nigeria Basketball Federation has praised Ifunanya Ibekwe after she was voted University of Arizona Women Basketball best player in the last 10 years. Ibekwe, who became the first-ever basketballer to record...

NBBF Mourns Referee’s PRO Razak Okedeyi

The Nigeria Basketball Federation has expressed shock at the death of Razak Okedeyi whose sad demise occurred on Thursday, 23 July, 2020. Breaking the tragic news on Thursday, FIBA certified Referee and...


ITF West/Central African Junior Championships: Suleiman Earns Podium Finish As Team...

Nigeria’s Suleiman Ibrahim clinched Silver in the first leg of the ITF/CAT Under-14  African Junior Circuit after bowing in straight sets to Benin’s...


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