Six Africans who need to find a new NBA team

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Six Africans who need to find a new NBA team
Six Africans who need to find a new NBA team

Akinbode Oguntuyi, KweséESPN The NBA regular season offered opportunities for some players of African descent to grow their game and expand their influence in the league but many were practically invisible, for various reasons. Victor Oladipo (Indiana Pacers), OG Anunoby (Toronto Raptors) and David Nwaba (Chicago Bulls) are examples of those who grew their influences, either from the previous season or as rookies. There were others, however, whose influence on their teams ranged between minimal and non-existent, and then there were those who had fairly good seasons, but on teams that ended with awful records. Luol Deng (Los Angeles Lakers) The Deng case is that of franchise policy clashing with

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