Basketball in Ghana hasn’t been raised to the bar as has football and other sports although the Sprite Basketball competition among others have produced some quality ballers for the country.
In recent times Ghana sports has taken upon itself to grow each sporting discipline in the country to meet the growing demand for every sport at all events when called upon.
With many names on the horizon, Daniel Ameti has become the current name that everyone is talking about, the Ghanaian basketballer stands at a height of 6.4 ft and has taken the court by storm as he is gradually warming up to become Ghana’s next super star in Basketball.
Daniel has shown promise both in his personal training and made massive improvements with a wingspan of 6.7, Dan through his time training and watching basket ball disclosed he amassed diverse features for the game and his work ethics and talent has bought him many eyes monitoring his growth in the sports from clubs in the USA, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Daniel combines his education to sports as he completed at St. George’s international and has the die desire to further while playing and improving his skill in the game he loves most.
Daniel Ameti speaks English and his local language. He is single and looking forward to make it as an international star.
Blessed with leadership qualities and fine skills, he wants to prove that Ghana has talent in not only boxing and football or athletics, but in Basketball.
He wants to compete for Ghana at the upcoming African Games 2023 and called on the Games scouts to monitor him well and closely because he is coming out in a bang to display his own.
I am a young and vibrant sports journalist from Ghana, a member of the Sports Writers’ Association of Ghana(SWAG), and working with Sports Preview Ghana and sports reporting outfit poised to bring all the latest and trending sports news around the globe.