With the absence of a host country for the Caribbean Pre-Qualifiers for the FIBA AmeriCup 2025 event, Antigua and Barbuda alongside Barbados, based on ranking, have been selected to move on to the second round of the Pre-Qualifiers.
This second round is slated for June 19-June 26, 2023. A venue has yet to be given.
The news of this advancement was announced this month and with that directive the Executive of the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) and National Head Coach George Hughes, along with his coaching staff, have gone forward in drafting a Senior Men’s training squad for the competition.
This squad is subject to change.
Alexis Jackson (USA)
Kevin Samuel (USA)
Jabari Williams (USA)
Jamine Charles (Wadali Elite)
Sharife Sergeant (Northside Stingers)
Raviel Burton (Ovals Ojays)
Kwame Brathwaite (Flyers)
Selassie Brathwaite (Flyers)
Cohen Desouza (Potters Steelers)
Kareem Edwards (Ovals Ojays)
Dalelonte Phillip (Ovals Ojays)
Tavarus Benta (Ovals Ojays)
Kenya Achom (Flyers)
Tequan Brodie (Wadadli Elite)
Najee George (Wadadli Elite)
Donte Trimingham (Wadadli Elite)
Jaden Andrew (Wadadli Elite)
T-Shawn Lewis (Flyers)
Xavier Spencer (Canada)
Seth Joseph (USA)
Remy Williams (USA)
Joel Mckintosh (USA)
Keon Armstrong (USA)
Adonis Humphreys (Flyers)
Ezekiel François (Old Road Daggers)
Javonte Daley (Flyers)
Ahmani Browne (USA)
Sheldon Gomes (USA)
Eric Joseph (USA)
Devonté Valarie (USA)
Lopez Adams (Wadadli Elite)
Following this news, parents/guardians and players are invited to an important meeting on Thursday 13th April, 2023 at 6 p.m. at the JSC Office.
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