Adobler, 18, is the key figure for Cantonments- playing some mouth-watering basketball with so much promise – clearly underlying his status as one of the ‘power forwards’ in Community Dunks.
He played a pivotal role for the champions last season-helping Coach Daniel Sowah’s side to lift the title in a whirlwind fashion. He’s once again shown his power play at this year’s Community Dunks displaying unique skills.
He was 3/3 against new entrant Teshie-Nungua even though they ended up suffering an embarrassing defeat in their opening game. They however had their tactics spot with a crucial victory over Ashaiman on Sunday and Adobler was again instrumental in handing the defending champions their first victory and now give them a good chance to make the semis.
He’s polite, gentle and these attribute are crucial in developing his burgeoning talent.
‘I’m very happy with my personal performance so far in the competition and it more important when the team click positively so we can get the result we need’ Adobler told basketballghana.com
‘We didn’t start on a good note but we went back and reflected on our performance and I’m happy we listened to instructions from our coach and we came out well’.
Cantonment faces Maamobi-Nima on Saturday in a game that they must win at all cost if they’re to stake a claim for a place in the semis.
Community Dunks is an initiative of Rite Multimedia and sponsored by Indomie with support from 90 Minutes Newspaper and Metro TV. (Weekly highlight of the show on Metro TV on Thursday from 5:00 pm.
By: Patrick Akoto
Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site!
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.