KIU Titans early win a future to the Oilers loss
By Kiyimba Bruno
This weekend the FUBA national basketball league kicked off with signs of where the big lions belong.
KIU Titans began with a 66:69 win against Ndejje angels to show the oilers where they ought to be. This is so because during the early kick off of the first men’s game between Betway power and the City oilers, who are the defending champions, it was very clear even to a blind man that anyone who has tasted the happiness of the trophy comes with much fire ad always knows how important the first game is.
18:15 was the score boards reading after the first quarter all favoring the Titans.
S.Ajack,M Otieno, I Ochera,D Katumba, and M Deng were the men that started on Ndejjes squard as . B Chris, S Collins, O Muge, F Mbuyi,M Bwang stormed off the line up for the Titans
Game high was B Chris for the Titans with 22 points as Ndejje’s D Katumba had the biggest number of rebounds summing to 10.
Titans B Chris came up again with highest number of assists as Ndejje’s C Jeje got the biggest number of blocks a=totaling to 3.
Betway power managed the mighty oilers with a 56:60 win, something that no fan expected.
Jimmy Enabu, the oilers captain was one of the surprises for the city oil, it has not happened for a long time since the last season to see Jimmy benched the way he was on more especially in the quarters that we expected to see him help his team lead.
56:64 was the result between UCU lady Canons and Sharing basketball club, results all favoring the lady canons as