Kai Sotto set for NBL debut on December 3



Kai Sotto for the Adelaide 36ers.

Kai Sotto for the Adelaide 36ers. –36ers Instagram

MANILA, Philippines—Kai Sotto’s much-awaited skilled debut in Australia’s Nationwide Basketball League has been penciled in for the league’s season tipoff on December 3.

Sotto’s first recreation for the Adelaide 36ers, who signed the Filipino wunderkind to a multiyear deal final April, might be towards newcomer Tasmania JackJumpers at MyState Financial institution Enviornment in Hobart.

The league initially set its opening night time on November 18 earlier than opting for a later date to prioritize the well being and security of the followers.

“Whereas it’s just a few weeks later than we initially deliberate, the brand new begin date provides us a better stage of consolation and adaptability as we navigate by means of the present atmosphere and prioritize having our rising variety of followers courtside across the nation and in New Zealand,” NBL commissioner Jeremy Loeliger stated on the league web site.

“The NBL is a fan-first product and enjoying in entrance of crowds is significant for the league and our golf equipment. Giving supporters a fair higher probability of seeing their groups compete at dwelling was a key driver in transferring issues again barely and in how we’ve structured the schedule.”

Final season’s runners-up the Perth Wildcats play the Brisbane Bullets within the different recreation on opening night time.

The 7-foot-2 Sotto and the 36ers face the Bullets of their second recreation of the season on December 5 at Adelaide Leisure Centre.


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