Final Preparation, Women’s 3×3 Basketball Team Will Try the Japanese Pro Team


The women’s 3×3 basketball team will undergo training camps in Japan to prepare themselves for the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines in November. The plan is that the athletes will be galvanized by a series of trials against the professional team from the Country of the Rising Sun.

Not only that, this training camp was also the final stage to determine the composition of the team that would be taken to the Philippines. Based on the narrative of the 3×3 purti basketball team manager, Norman Sebastian his team will leave for Japan this week.

“There we will compete with Japanese 3×3 professional players before we choose four names that will appear at the SEA Games,” Norman said as quoted by

Norman is quite self-confident with the Indonesian team at the moment. Because the team currently consists of old names such as Dewa Made Ayu Sriartha or Christine Apriani Rumambi. Especially before their training camp – they had already participated in various competitions. Such tournaments include the FIBA ​​World Cup 3×3 in the Netherlands and FIBA ​​Youth U-23 in China.

Finally, Dewa Ayu Made Sriartha and friends went to Qatar to take part in the 2019 ANOC World Beach Games. Despite failing to win a medal, the event was a valuable experience. Because the Indonesian team hopes with teams and athletes of world level.

Kedanti confident enough, Norman insisted his team was still far from perfect. That is the reason it held a centralization this time.

“The chemistry should be okay. Our offense method goes up every game. But our weakness is in fall and turnover. This 3×3 is fast and they have to use instinct when shooting.” he said.


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