Twenty young boys and girls to represent India at Junior NBA World Championship

July 27:Twenty young boys and girls will represent India at the inaugural Junior NBA World Championship, a first-of-its kind global youth basketball tournament for top 13 and 14-year-old players from around the world. The National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced the rosters of the 32 teams that will compete at the Jr. NBA World Championship. The competition will take place from August 7 to 12 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida.
The boys team of India is from New Delhi, while the girls team is from Bengaluru. Sehajbir Singh Bedi, Bhavik Garg, Jeevanshu Khatri, Nikhil Kumar, Dinesh Pal, Yatish Sakhuja, Abhishek Singh, Arpit Singla, Laivish Vats and Sachin Yadav are the members of the Indian boys' team to be coached by Siddharth Dalal while Devojyoti Karmakar will be his assistant.
The Indian girls team comprises Vedaa Anand, Shreya Ashok, Nuha Asif Masood, Shreya Bose, Sunishka Kartik, Diya Kothari, Meghana Manjunatha, Moumita Mishra, Hamsa Nanjundaiah and Smriti Vemula. Agencies
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