Canada basketball has awarded Tamara Tatham and Daniel Sackey Canadian POTW.
Sackey showed out well, producing 20.4 point per game in Canada’s U17 run. Sackey also stood out on the ongoing West Coast NPH Showcase, where he was mic’d up.
As shown by Sackey, from border to border, our great country consistently displays its steady growth in basketball talent.
Tamara Tatham and team Canada were able to have a great olympic run, eventually falling to France in the quarters.
Despite the losing effort, Tamara Tatham potted 11 points, also contributing 2 rebounds.
Tamara then took to Instagram to talk about the historical run by the Canadian women.
What a journey…..thank you all for the love, support, and amazing messages. I never expected to be at this stage in my career, being a 2-time Olympian. No doubt I played my heart out with purpose and passion for not only my country but also for the Lord who gave me this talent to share with you all. I am so thankful and blessed to have been able to go through this journey with such a great group of women. We did some amazing things for basketball in Canada and that victory alone makes me so proud to be Canadian. Much Love and Blessings! #TeesJourney #GodGetsTheGlory #HisTimeNotMine #Rio2016
The women’s game has quickly been expanding, and NPH has now also introduced the inaugural women NPH Showcase.
Women’s National Basketball Scout Deon Wilson held the event at Cole Habour High in Nova Scotia.
Continue to follow our NPH Showcase journey through the west coast with national Scout’s Tariq and Elias Sbiet.