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Thrilling basketball action returns today

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Basketball action retakes the spotlight today with the Guyana Amateur Basketball Association’s (GABA) Under- 23 Championships being played at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue.
Potential basketballers are expected to showcase their talent in a bid for national selection to represent Guyana on the international stage.
In game one, Pepsi Sonics would be looking to secure their second win as they look to break the unbeaten streak of the North Ruimveldt Ravens. The matchup is expected to be one of the most anticipated of the night, as both teams can showboat.
Game two pits Kwakwani Untouchables against the Prospect Kobras, and both teams would be looking to continue their winning ways. Each team is a force to be reckoned with, thus this game is expected to be a very competitive affair.
The tournament kicked off with 12 teams divided into two groups, named Group A and Group B, with a projected 34 games. The teams of Group A are Stabroek Eagles, Leonora D-UP Rising Stars, Cummingsburg Bounty Colts, Lamaha Park/Springs Pepsi Sonics, North Ruimveldt Ravens, and Meadowbrook Nets.
The Group B squads are the Wortmanville/Werk-en-Rust Pacesetters, Black Caimans, Kwakwani Untouchables, Prospect Kobras, Alberttown Valhalla Knights, and Cummings Lodge UG Trojans.
This league is sponsored by Wilson Plumbing Supplies and General Services, and is supported by the National Sports Commission and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport.

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