NADA Imposes Two-Year Ban On Basketball Player Satnam Singh For Doping | Basketball NewsDecember 24, 2020
Satnam Singh Bhamara made historical past when he was drafted within the second spherical of the 2015 NBA Draft.© Twitter
The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) on Thursday mentioned that it has imposed a two-year ban on basketball participant Satnam Singh Bhamara for doping. NADA mentioned that the participant examined constructive for Higenamine Beta-2-Agonist and the Anti Doping Disciplinary Panel has imposed the ban on Satnam. “Satnam Singh Bhamara, Basketball Player tested positive for Higenamine Beta-2-Agonist. Anti Doping Disciplinary Panel has imposed 2 years Ineligbility on him.@YASMinistry @BFI_basketball,” NADA tweeted. Satnam made historical past when he was drafted within the second spherical of the 2015 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks with the 52nd general choose.
— NADA India (@NADAIndiaWorkplace) December 24, 2020
The 7”2″ hoopster from Punjab played for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA’s Summer League and spent two years with the Texas Legends, a G-League affiliate of the Mavericks. Satnam was awarded a scholarship in the USA at the IMG Academy Florida in 2010, and spent the next five years honing his talent to a level worthy of being drafted in the NBA. His inspirational life story was the topic of a documentary “One in a Billion”.
Hailing from Ballo Ke village in Punjab, Satnam was just nine years old and almost six feet tall when he arrived at the Ludhiana Basketball Academy to train under the tutelage of India’s legendary coach Dr. Subramanian.
Speaking about his association with UBA and his desire to take basketball in India to the following degree, Satnam had mentioned, “I need to play an energetic position within the journey to take Indian basketball to the following degree. I’m very excited to play within the UBA together with one of the best gamers from India and overseas. I’ve been working for a chance to indicate what I can do and this would be the good stage for me to compete on the highest degree in entrance of my followers in India.”
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