Basketballghana.com gathers the Egyptian Basketball Super League is likely to resume later this year after the spread of the corona virus forced authorities to indefinitely suspend competition.
The league is likely to resume in August according to kingfut in the aftermath of easing restriction on sports in the country from July 1.
This means the final round of games in the 2019-2020 season would be honoured; three games in the regular season were not played out due to the suspension.
Egypt has 47,856 cases of infection with 12, 730 recoveries and 1,766 deaths at the time of writing and is one of Africa’s hardest hit countries.
The latest development should get teams ready for a return to the hardwood including Ivorian international and former Accra Basketball League (ABL) Men’s Division I star Romeo Enan.
6 foot 10 inch Center Enan played in Ghana’s premier division and won multiple league titles before featuring for clubs in Nigeria and Tunisia. He plays in Egypt for Aviation Sport Club.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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