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Basketball and India

Sacramento Kings' forward Harrison Barnes attends the Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA National Finals at the NBA Academy India

Harrison Barnes at the NBA India office in Mumbai.
Harrison Barnes at the NBA India office in Mumbai. (NBA)

This past Sunday, Harrison Barnes began his week-long trip in India to promote the continued growth of basketball in the country ahead of the upcoming NBA India Games 2019.

His packed schedule in the country began by attending the Relaince Foundation Jr. NBA National Finals at the NBA Academy India premises in the Delhi NCR Region.

Barnes later presented the trophies to the winning teams - West Region (Girls) and North Region (Boys). However, he wasn't the only player with NBA or NBA G-League experience in attendance.

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Amjyot Singh, who represented the Oklahoma City Blue and the Wisconsin Herd in the 2018-19 G League season, was also present at the NBA Academy India premises for the basketball clinic.

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Barnes, the 2015 NBA Champion, will later travel to Mumbai for a couple of days before returning to Delhi on May 3rd to attend the National Finals of the fourth ACG-NBA Jump.

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