Sierra Leonean basketball player Sheriffa Rahman, 16, will receive professional training from NBA players and coaches at the Basketball Without Borders (BWB) camp in South Africa this July. Rahman is one of 60 young players from around the world selected to participate in the program.
BWB is a global basketball development program that aims to use the sport to promote social change.
The BWB camp in South Africa will run this July, and during the camp, players and coaches from various leagues will work with the campers. Campers will also participate in games and activities designed to help them develop their basketball skills and leadership abilities.
Rahman is a member of the Sierra Leone national team and has been playing basketball since she was 10 years old. She is excited to participate in the BWB camp, which she sees as a great opportunity to develop her basketball skills and leadership abilities. The camp will also give her a chance to meet other young players from around the world and learn about different cultures.
Rahman, who is a rising star in the world of basketball, hopes to make a positive impact on the game.