The meeting is set to address other ancillary matters aside the league’s overall development and promotion.
The start date for the Men’s Division II and the introduction of a shot clock are the main issues that will reportedly be addressed at the meeting.
Representatives of teams competing in the Men’s Division I, Women’s Division and prospective Division II sides are expected to attend.
The meet comes at a crucial time in the season’s calendar with the Men’s D I on a break, the Women’s Division close to the end and the Men’s Division II yet to commence.
Later in the day, the venue’s court will host two games in the Women’s Division as Ghana Navy plays Tudu Galaxy and University of Ghana plays Fire Service.
Games in the Men’s Division I recommence on May 17 at the same venue.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter