NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 29 – Kenya’s three on three basketball teams will be looking to stun favourites when they tip off in Birmingham on Friday.
Kenya qualified by virtue of its status as the top Commonwealth African nation in the respective FIBA 3×3 Federation Rankings for men and women.
The men face Canada and Sri Lanka in their opening two matches on Friday evening while the women face off with Australia and Sri Lanka in their opening two matches.
The men’s team has Faheem Juma who turns out for Equity, Larry Shavanga and John Odhiambo while the women’s team has USA-based Victoria Reynolds, Equity Hawks’ and national five on five skipper Melissa Atieno as well as KPA’s Hilda Indasi.
Speaking ahead of their first match on Friday, Indasi says they are ready to…