Basketball

What is the plan?

Members of Jamcia Women’s Basketball team

AT the beginning of the month the Lady Jamrockerz, our female national basketball representatives, competed in the Caribbean Basketball Conferation (CBC) Championships in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. As the defending champions from last year's tournament, the team and staff departed with high ho ... Read More

Kimani Ffriend in action as a college standout. Back in court
JAMAICAN basketball player Kimani Ffriend, fighting for his freedom in Serbian courts, will have a n ... Read More

Alf Remekie
(left),
coordinator of
the ISSA
basketball
competitions,
presents the
champions
trophy to
Herbert
Morrison's
Davaughn
Campbell after
they beat
Holland High
24-23 in the
finals played at
the Montego
Bay Cricket
Club on
Wednesday.
Both teams will
play in the
national
play-offs. Herbert Morrison take U-14 basketball title
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Herbert Morrison Technical completed a clean sweep of the ISSA boys ba ... Read More

Members of the Jamaica senior women’s basketball team pose at Alhambra Inn on Thursday. (PHOTO: LIONEL ROOKWOOD) JaBA seeks $2.5 million to get women's senior team to Caribbean Championship
The Jamaica Basketball Association (JaBA) seeks to raise a further $2.5 million to offset the cost o ... Read More

Next season will be Bryant's last, says Lakers GM

Saturday, May 23, 2015    

BRYANT... signed a two-year contract extension worth $48.5 million that kept him the NBA's top-paid player

LOS ANGELES, USA (AFP) — Kobe Bryant will make next season his last with the Los Angeles Lakers after 20 years that have produced five NBA titles, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said. "He has indicated to me this is it," Kupchak told SiriusXM NBA Radio. "He's on the last year of a deal. There have been no discussions about anything going forward. I don't think there will be." The 36-year-old guard has played for the Lakers for his entire NBA career, but has been nagged by injuries ... Read More



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