Dike Dominic, the head coach of the Police Batons of Lagos, is looking for a much-needed win over the Raptors, another Lagos squad when they face tomorrow.
Speaking ahead of the crucial match in the ongoing Nigeria Basketball Federation-sponsored Men's Premier Basketball League, he stated that picking up the two points on the line is their top priority.

Dominic claimed his team will go all out less than 24 hours before their encounter at the Indoor Sports Hall of the Akure Township stadium.

"We'll go all out and focus on our defense first and foremost, and we're confident that the offense will follow."

"If we do the right thing with the caliber of players at our disposal, we are sure of getting our third win."

Dominic regarded his team's performance as average, with space for growth, after two wins in four games.

"Average performance from my boys but I trust them to step up when it matters most because we seem to be improving with every game"

He is still optimistic that his team, led by Superintendent of Police Michael Togun, can win their remaining games and qualify for the National Final 8, which will be held in Lagos.

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"I am very sure that we can still qualify for the final 8 in Lagos if we keep going at this pace"

The reformed Police Batons have lost to Rivers Hoopers and Kwara Falcons in the competition so far, with wins over Ondo Raiders and Coal City Miners.

Meanwhile, CAMAC stepped up big against the Rivers Hoopers on Sunday.

It was a close game, but the Hoopers relied on their experienced roster to win the game 73-58 and keep their unbeaten streak alive.

The Islanders held on to upset the Ondo Raiders 52-48 at home.

The Coal City Miners' pursuit for their first victory continues with a 69-65 loss against the Lagos Raptors.

The Atlantic conference action continues on Monday with the Rivers Hoopers taking on the Lagos Islanders in a game that promises to be exciting.

The Coal City Miners will play CAMAC before meeting the Kwara Falcons later in the day, while the Ondo Raiders will take on the Ekiti Invaders.

Customs will face Reformers in the Savannah Conference. Before the game between Gombe Bulls and Benue Braves, City Chiefs will face Nigeria Army, while Kano Pillars will face Defenders.

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