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ESPN Celebrity Event – Meet the players

By on October 19, 2010 in FanZone with 2 Comments
ESPN Celebrity Event – Meet the players

With The ESPN Celebrity Event happening this weekend in Tshwane at the Menlyn Shopping Center. The list of players taking part has been finalized.

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Blues stay blue and Alumni rewrite the script

By on July 22, 2009 in League with 1 Comment

The Gauteng Basketball League is back in action and teams are already fighting for a spot in the final four. Games officially started on the 18th of July; a very special day for Mzansi’s living legend former president, Tata Mandela… While some were doing their bit in serving their communities; others were at The Grace […]

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GBL round up for weekend 10/11 May

By on May 11, 2009 in League with 6 Comments

Early premier games… Pretoria Heat defeated Wits Alumni in an epic battle that was close throughout with great performances from Wits Alumni’s Mboshe and Pretoria Heat’s Neo Mothiba and Gedeon Mulamba. Final score Pretoria Heat 109 – Wits Alumni 97. Sunday games… For the second week running, Mamelodi Bees ladies were defeated by Wits University […]

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GBL: University of Pretoria vs. Pretoria Heat – Men-30/04/2009

By on May 8, 2009 in League with 0 Comments

This game started on the wrong footing with the scheduled referees apparently stuck in traffic so there was only one recognized referee for a Premier game. The GBL organizer, Manny Mabusa managed to get someone from the crowd to referee the game. The other thing that caught the eye was the lack of a shot […]

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GBL: Magic wand not so magical – 15/03/2009

By on March 20, 2009 in League with 0 Comments

After last week’s season high of 33 points from Joseph Mazibuko, 29 points and 12 rebounds from Quintin Denyssen, Pretoria Heat shut down Egoli Magic’s key players, sending Quintin home with an upsetting 5 points to his name.  This mental battle got off to a mind boggling start where it was difficult to really pick […]

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