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order geneva;”>Kyambogo will welcome back star player Henry Malinga who missed the season openers after sustaining injury in the off-season Friday Night Lights basketball.
“Am back,fit and running. We (Warriors) have been doing drills so we are prepared for our opponents,” Malinga told ChimpReports.
“We have a couple of new players on the team and they are adjusting to our kind of game,” he added when asked about the team chemistry after an exodus of players after last season.
Warriors beat Charging Rhinos 82-59 in their last game while Titans also overcame fellow university side Nkumba Marines 49-42 on Sunday. Both teams have lost to league leaders UCU Canons basketball that is still unbeaten in the league. Each team has 7 points from four games which means the winner today will go above the other in third place.
In the women’s category, Makerere Sparks, who are second from bottom, will host fourth placed KIU Rangers.
Airtel National Basketball League Sunday Fixtures
Game: 46 Magic Stormers vs. Gladiators 13:30 Div. 1 Women YMCA.
Game: 47 Falcon vs. Miracle 15:30 Div. 1 Men YMCA.
Game: 48 KCCA Leopards vs. A1 Challenge 17:30 Div. 1 Women YMCA.
Game: 49 Ndejje Univ. Angels vs. D-Mark Power 19:30 Div. 1 Men YMCA