MABA in race against time to get players naturalised for Games


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia are racing against time to complete the application for naturalised cagers ahead of the SEA Games in Cambodia from May 5-17.

National men’s squad head coach Lee Kheng Tian said the Malaysian Basketball Association (MABA) are still waiting for the government’s green light to allow them to field the naturalised players for the first time in the biennial games.

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