Great Britain U20-Men win the Bronze medal at the European Championships gaining promotion into Division A next summer.
It all came down to the final game with the winner take all, where GB prevailed to a 81-65 win over Russia with 2014 #5 ranked camper Akwasi Yeboah leading the way with 22 points supported by current #1 ranked RJ Eytle-Rock with 14 points.
GB U20s finish the tournament on a 5-2 record with a total of x9 DENG Camp Alumnus on the squad including the entire coaching staff of Head Coach Andreas Kapoulas and Assistants Lloyd Gardner & Josh Merrington.
The team gave opponents match up nightmares with the balanced scoring coming in abundance throughout the entire squad.
2014 #5 ranked Akwasi Yeboah (14.3 ppg)
2016 #6 ranked Amin Adamu (9.4 ppg)
2016 #1 ranked RJ Eytle-Rock (8.7 ppg)
2014 #7 ranked Josh Steel (7.1 ppg)
2015 #7 ranked Andre Arissol (6.9 ppg)
2015 #1 ranked Kyle Carey (6.0 ppg)
2014 camper Danny Evans (5.6 ppg)
2016 #17 ranked Henri Langton (2.7 ppg)
2015 #17 ranked Obi Agu (2.0 ppg)
What a great start to the summer for British Basketball with a medal and promotion back into Division A for all the other teams to grab inspiration and hopefully head on the same path.
From everyone at DENG Camp we want to congratulate all of the players and staff involved.
Article Tags: Akwasi Yeboah, Amin Adamu, Andre Arissol, Danny Evans, Henri Langton, Joshua Steel, Kyle Carey, Obi Agu, RJ Eytle-Rock