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Nigeria Wins Olympic Men’s Basketball Opener Against Tunisia, Next Up Lithuania

Happy New Week AML people! For my AML Ballers, wey y’all at?!!!  We ballin’ this week!!! Hope you guys are getting those shots in, both (on) and off the basketball court i.e. all of your professional and personal endeavors! The London Olympics kicked off in full gear last week and Nigeria is off to a good start! Nigeria’s Basketball Team wins against Tunisia. Wuuuuuuuuuuut!!! I AM EXCITED!!!! Next up is Nigeria v. Lithuania this coming Tuesday. I don’t want the game to be this close though.

Hey, can y’all put a caption on the picture above?

Mine is, “It’s gonna take a whole lot of y’all Tunisians to stop this Nigerian.” He scores and then adds, “And 1! Does a little dance and says, “what y’all got?” Lol!

“London, England –  Alade Aminu scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds, helping Nigeria beat Tunisia, 60-56, in the Olympic men’s basketball opener.

Ike Diogu added 13 points and 10 boards for Nigeria. Al-Farouq Aminu, who played for the New Orleans Hornets last season, donated 10 points and nine rebounds. . .” – Sports Network.

Photocredit:  AP Photo/Charles Krupa

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