Six players from the NBA Academy India joined prospects from the NBA Academies in China and Africa for a week of on-court training and off-court development in New York City from Jan. 23 – Feb. 2.
Jagshaanbir Singh Jhawar, Vivek Chauhan, Harsh Dagar, Lokendra Singh, Achintya Krishna, Pranav Prince are among the prospects who will participate in on-court training with NBA Academy coaches and staff, compete in exhibition games against a local New York City high school, visit the NBA headquarters, and attend NBA Game.
Banking: Banking and financial news
Following the training in New York, the prospects will travel to Rhode Island where they will watch The NBA Academy Latin America compete against top high school teams at the National Prep Invitational.
Since October 2016, NBA Academies have been launched in Canberra, Australia; Jinan, Urumqi and Zhuji, China; Delhi National Capital Region (NCR), India; Mexico City, Mexico; and Saly, Senegal.
Automobile: ताज़ा खबर कार समीक्षा
The NBA has opened The NBA Academy India, an elite basketball training center at Jaypee Greens Integrated Sports Complex in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR) for the top male and female prospects from throughout India and the first of its kind in the country.
In February 2018, the NBA announced the launch of The NBA Academies Women’s Program, a series of basketball development camps for top female prospects from outside the U.S at the league’s academies.
Sports in Hindi: खेलपत्र का अभी प्रचलित
Since March 2018, NBA Academies Women’s Program camps have been held in India, Mexico and Senegal. NBA Academies include educational development for top male and female prospects from outside the U.S. and mark a signature elite player development initiative.
The initiative, which employs a holistic, 360-degree approach to player development with focuses on education, leadership, character development and life skills, exposes elite prospects to NBA-level coaching, facilities and competition and provides a global framework for them to maximize their success.
In Health & Fitness: मानसिक व्यग्रता के दुष्प्रभाव
10 NBA Academies graduates have committed to NCAA D-1 schools, including NBA Academies Women’s Program prospect Sanjana Ramesh (Bangalore; Northern Arizona University).