By Ariel Okall
Editor: Brenda Mwaniki

With the second window of AfroBasket Qualifiers fast approaching, the Kenya Morans are set to resume practice on the 9th of January.
Kenya lost two matches against Senegal and Angola but managed to secure a crucial win against Mozambique.
Preparation is key in any sport and the Morans secret to success has always been the way they prepare for battle. Kenya will face the same teams they faced in the first window of Qualifiers in Kigali.

Morans during a practice session in Kigali

The Morans are expected to have the services of guard Preston Bungei, who has recently signed for Danish team Randers Cimbria, Bush Wamukota who missed the the first window of qualifiers, France-based Joel Awich and Alonzo Ododa currently plying his trade in Portugal.
A lot needs to be done if the Morans look to qualify for Africa’s biggest basketball stage. The Afrobasket. The time is now.

By Ariel Okall


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