Amadou Gallo Fall has played an integral part in developing basketball in Africa for years. Now, in his latest role as President of the Basketball Africa League (BAL), the Senegalese exec is once again helping to push the game's growth on the continent to new heights by leading the efforts to build a comprehensive basketball ecosystem in Africa.
May 28, 2019. Amadou Gallo Fall. JOHANNESBURG AND NEW YORK – The National Basketball Association (NBA) today named NBA Vice President and Managing Director for Africa, Amadou Gallo Fall as...
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Former President Barack Obama has become a strategic partner and minority owner in the National Basketball Association’s Africa business, which oversees the Basketball Africa League. The NBA ...
Hamane Niang, President of FIBA Africa since 2014, was unanimously elected as the 13th FIBA President on August 29, 2019, during the elective Congress in Beijing, China. The former Mali Minister of Sports presided over FIBA Africa for the 2014–2019 term of office and was a member of the FIBA Central Board during the same period.
Basketball Africa League BAL president Amadou Fall is ready to make history in Africa. The Basketball Africa League tips off its long-awaited inaugural season
Amadou (center) was named President of the Basketball Africa League in May 2019. (Steven Freeman/NBAE via Getty Images)
BAL president, Amadou Gallo Fall, announced at the 2020 NBA All-Star Game Africa Luncheon in Chicago, that the season will tip off on 13 March. At the event, Nike and Jordan unveiled the official jerseys for the twelve teams (six of the teams will be outfitted by Nike and the other six by Jordan).