Rivers Hoopers coach Ogoh Odaudu has stated that there is no cause for alarm after losing her first game of the ongoing NBA Basketball Africa League 83-60 in group A to Patriots Basketball club of Rwanda with a tie against group leader Monastir of Tunisia next up on Thursday.
Odaudu speaking in a chat with www.brila.net said there is no point crying over spilt milk over a game that has been lost. He added that attention from here will now be shifted on the next clash against the Tunisian side who won 113 – 66 against GNBC of Madagascar.
“We are not going to sit down and cry over spilt milk, we are looking forward to the next one now, there is no cause for alarm, it’s a game we have been working hard since our game here. The coaching crew sat down, took note and studied both teams because of course both of them we are going to end up playing them at some time but it’s Monastir that we are playing first, but we have taken note.”
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