“Basketball in India is heading in the right direction. What the Indian federation should focus on is, getting the players’ fundamentals right with repetitive training and providing some good indoor facilities. I was quite impressed with Yadwinder Singh (an India player),” said Stewart, who won the three-point event netting seven times.
Robinson, who emerged winner in the dunk event after being tied with Faulkner, said: “I was impressed with the energy of the kids here and the vibrant atmosphere. I hope to see an indoor stadium with a wooden floor when I come here next time. Concrete courts reduce the length of a player’s career.”
Roopam Sharma, who took over as CEO of BFI after her husband, Harish’s (former CEO) demise, said: “I’ve spoken to Troy Justice (NBA’s India director) and sponsors to make this court an international standard one. With support and concrete plans, we hope to work in that
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