David Penney, a 2019 guard hailing from St. John’s-Kilmarnock, will join the London Basketball Academy for their upcoming season in the National Preparatory Association.

Penney is one of the top guards in the country in the class of 2019, a shifty point guard with a strong feel for the game and a high skill set.

The 6’0” combo guard hails from the Kitchener-Waterloo region and will bring a lot to the table for the squad from London, Ontario. Angelo Provenzano, Head Coach of the LBA, thinks Penney will be a huge asset.

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“David comes from a great basketball program at SJK, and will work as a combo guard for us,” said Provenzano. “He’s an Ivy League caliber student, and D1 prospect.”

Penney joins a talented roster at the LBA, and will work with Jalen Warren, Joseph Hlady, and Josh Inkumseh towards earning the coveted top spot in the NPA, and a chance to compete in The Grind Session.

Sean Marranca

Written by Sean Marranca

Sean Marranca is an NPH Correspondent covering Canadian Basketball from high school to the NBA. Follow him on Twitter @Sean_NPH

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