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Hield Appointed as an Ambassador at Large

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Philadelphia 76ers guard was appointed as Ambassador-at-large for Sports and Cultural Advancement by the government.






His Excellency Buddy Hield
Add another accolade to the already legendary career of Buddy Hield.

While spending time at home during the NBA All-star break, the Philadelphia 76ers guard was appointed as Ambassador-at-large for Sports and Cultural Advancement by the government.

In the role, Hield will represent The Bahamas at major sporting events and assist in sports development.

Hield is the third Bahamian sports icon in as many years to be named ambassador at large following Olympic medalist Chris Brown and NBA champion Rick Fox.


In the WNBA, Jonquel Jones has re-signed with the New York Liberty on a 2-year deal.

In 2023, Jones averaged 11.3 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game for a liberty team that made its first WNBA finals appearance since 2002.

The 2021 league MVP also had a record 8 double-double during the postseason.

The Liberty’s 2024 season tips off on May 14.


The Sunland Stingers are once again the GBSSAA Sr. boys basketball champions.

The Stingers defeated the Tabernacle Falcons in a closely contested series where games two and three were decided by a combined total of three points.

Edwin Ferguson was named series MVP.

World Indoor Championships

The Bahamas will field a six-member team for the World Indoor Championships.

Headlining the team will be 60-meter hurdle world record holder Devynne Charlton and current heptathlon world leader Ken Mullings.

Charisma Taylor will compete in both the 60-meter hurdles and triple jump and Anthonique Strachan, will contest the 60m.

The team also includes long jumper Laquan Nairn and quarter-miler Alonzo Russell.

The meet will be hosted from March 1-3 at Commonwealth Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.

10th Year Seniors Plays of the Week

It’s Friday, so that means 10th Year Seniors’s Plays of the Week. Let’s get it!

At No. 5: Butler to Jacques for the slam.

At No. 4: Shot clock expiring, no problem for Trinity Bodie. She’s in range once she steps in the gym.

At No. 3: Shout out to Eprhaim Hepburn not just for this move, but for being the only person born after 1915 named Ephraim. They’re definitely not making Ephraim’s anymore.

Coming in At No. 2: Iowa may have Caitlin Clark, but C.V. Bethel has Tahjaniqua Morley. This is real speed.

And of course, our No. 1 should only take 7.67 seconds to watch. Deynne Charlton, the best in the world. Of all time.