The more practical session differs from happenings on Day One which centered more on the theoretical aspect of the rules governing the shot clock’s use.
The program starts at 9:00 AM GMT and tests will be run to create how the new initiative will put to use during in game situations.
Shot clock is on tab to be introduced in the second round of the Accra Basketball League (ABL) Men’s Division I; the round tips off May 19 after a near three week break.
As such, two reps from each team including captains are expected to be present for the demonstration.
Resource person for the seminar, Vice Chairman of the Ghana Basketball Association (GBBA) Iddrisu Gamel is expected to lead the session.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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