Friday in Lugogo
KCCA V UCU Lady Canons
Falcons V Warriors
(Both series are tied at 2-2)
“We need to tighten more on defense, our defense has been really good in the last two games, but we also need to contain their players and stop them from shooting more” KCCA’s Flavia Oketcho ahead of her team’s game five against UCU Lady Canons
Whoever wins Friday’s game five of the National Basketball Best of seven series will be one game away from lifting the tile.
Falcons and Warriors are tied at 2-2 just like UCU Lady Canons and KCCA.
Gad Etau’s Falcons still witting to win two games in row since defeating Ndejje in the quarter finals will face a side that has made it a habit to win in Lugogo in their last four games.
Falcons will pray that Steven Omony, Ramathan Abdullah, Peter Elugat, Geoffrey Omondi and Phillip Ameny all managed 61 points combined in Game four.
On the same day Norman Blick alone put on 26 as Ivan Enabu, Syrus Kiviri, Henry Malinga and Sam Gombya managed 30 combined.
“We need to keep our consistence on desire that’s the only thing that will make us champions,” Omony said.
Falcons have been spot on in denying Warriors the chance to penetrate their into the paint something that works for them at the YMCA court.
With Game six at the Indoor, Warriors have gone riot in all sorts of angles shooting from all over the park.
In the women’s final KCCA definitely have UCU where they want them to be after coming from two games to level the series at 2-2.
“To come down two zero is character enough for my team to go all the away,” said KCCA coach Timonthy Odeke.
UCU’s Purity Adhiambo denies being put under pressure, “We just had a setback but am sure it’s the same character we are going to show in Game five,” she said.

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