Basketball and India

NBA Academy India prospects meet Dwyane Wade at the Madison Square Garden

Dwyane Wade with the NBA Academy prospects from India, Africa, and China at the Madison Square Garden.
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Following the Miami Heat's victory over the New York Knicks at the Madison Square Garden, a couple of days back, Jr. NBA Global Championship Ambassador Dwyane Wade took some time to meet the NBA Academy prospects from India, Africa, and China.

From the group in the above picture, there are a couple of prospects from the NBA Academy in India - Vivek Chauhan and Jagshaanbir Singh.

The duo have been in New York as part of the NBA Academy's week-long opportunity for select prospects to train with professional trainers, scrimmage with American high school teams and live the NBA life in New York City.

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