Namuwongo Blazers, gearing up for the upcoming 2024 National Basketball League season, has officially parted ways with four players, according to an announcement from the team’s management.
The departing players, Syrus Kiviiri, Chris Omanye, Dickson Asiku, and Julius Trumane Mcmillion, were bid farewell by the Blazers who expressed gratitude for their invaluable contributions to the team.
Notably, Chris Omanye, a standout guard, will be missed for his impressive performance last season, where he averaged 9.7 points, leaving a notable void in the team’s lineup.
Syrus Kiviiri, unfortunately, struggled with limited playing time due to a knee injury, only managing to start one game last season.
Julius Trumane Mcmillion, who joined the team last season, failed to leave a lasting impression on Coach Stephen Nyeko, featuring in only six games.
Dickson Asiku, who previously joined the Blazers from Power and had stints with Falcons, has already made a move to Our Saviour.
In a bid to strengthen their roster, Namuwongo Blazers has welcomed new signings for the upcoming season. Michael Ngut from City Oilers, Gaaki Daniel from KCCA Panthers, Innocent Ochera, and Joseph Chuma from KIU Titans are the fresh faces set to don the Blazers’ colors