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  1. African players are making their mark all over the basketball-playing world. Olajuwon to Romain Sato, Hasheem Thabeet, Dikembe Mutombo, Mbeng, talk all non Angola African basketball here.

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    1. The dominant and most-organized African basketball country is Angola. They've won 9 of the last 10 Afriobaskets with stars Eduardo Mingas, Joaquim Gomes, Olimpio Cipriano, and Carlos Morais

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  2. Parent forum for all Afrobasket and FIBA Africa Champioships

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    1. The 28th FIBA African Basketball Championships will be held in Radès (Arabic: رادس‎), a harbour city in Ben Arous Governorate, Tunisia.

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    2. Afrobasket 2013 will be held in Côte d'Ivoire from August 20 to August 31. The host city is Abidjan is the economic capital of Ivory Coast.

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    3. The 26th FIBA Africa Championship. The tournament was scheduled to be hosted in Abidijan, Côte d'Ivoire. However, in 2011 Madagascar was chosen as host due to a political crisis in Côte d'Ivoire. Afrobasket 2011 featured 16 teams and was held August 17–28, 2011. Tunisia won the title for the first time upsetting Angola 67–56.

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    4. Angola has won the 9 of the last 10 FIBA Africa Championships of basketball, spanning more than 20 years. Will 2009 be any different? Cameroon, Senegal, and Nigeria seem to think so. We'll see who comes out in Tripoli

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