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07-Oct-2014  
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Basketball is assuming huge proportion in Ghana with the time for Fast Break on TV3 moved to prime time due to its growing popularity.

Fast Break has been airing on TV3 since June 1 from 9am-12 noon but will now be aired from 12:30-3pm starting Sunday October 12.

The four-month episode has produced some massive thrills and generated heated and exciting moments among basketball and non-basketball lovers in the West African country.

The new prime time is intended to afford more people the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the exciting show which has gained massive inches in the Ghanaian press.

Fast Break is breaking grounds in Ghana with keen interest being shown by lovers of basketball in the country.

The show presents presents highlights of foreign and local basketball news with emphasis on the NBA Championship as well local basketball programmes.

‘Fast Break’ has been electrifying, engaging, fun, a learning curve and gotten fans glued to their TV set during the three-hour show.

The show has so far provide news and information, analysis, highlights and exclusive interviews coupled with a crack team of expert who have discussed the games and provided insights on the fastest growing sports in Ghana.

The show is hosted by popular TV host Yaw Sakyi Afari alongside foreign experts Kofi Asante, Jake Morrison, Sandy Asiedu, Roderick Wellington, Feranmi Olulonyo and ex-Black Stars defender Joe Addo.

Basketballghana.com editor Patrick Akoto is the specialist on the local front and has been passionate about his views on the way forward for Ghana basketball.

Fast Break now airs ever Sunday from 12:30-3:00-pm on TV3.
 
 
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