Ghanaian-Italian Shooting Guard/Small Forward Awudu Abass has revealed a lengthy list of dream situations he would want to achieve in his basketball career.
The 27 year old player who represented Italy at the 2019 Basketball World Cup in China made his dreams known in an interview with the Press Office of his club, Germani Brescia.
Abass is playing in his second season with Brescia and indicated in the interview the league was over due to the Corona Virus pandemic that has hit Italy hard and caused over 15,000 deaths.
“There are many…among these there are winning the championship again (Italian League), going to the Olympics, going to the NBA, winning the Euroleague, winning a European or World Cup…I am certainly working hard and sacrificing myself to try to fulfill these dreams” he said.
The former Olimpia Milano players registered 14.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game in his second season with Brescia and has been linked to Virtus Bologna and a return to Milano.
Abass was born in Cantu, Italy to a Ghanaian father.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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