The National Basketball team will be looking to register their first win of the ongoing Afrobasket qualifiers on Sunday night when they take on South Sudan in their last Group D match.
On Saturday, Rwanda was beaten 83-62 by Nigerian in their second match of the qualifiers at the Kigali Arena. The National side lost their first match 64-70 to Mali last week.
Nigeria, which has some of their players playing in the NBA started well winning the first two quarters 22-13 and 25-15.
Rwanda stormed back in the second half and won the third quarter 24-19 with center forward Kami Kabange leading the charge with 13 points but Nigeria bounced back to win the fourth quarter 17-10.
Nigeria will take on Mali in the other Group D match on Sunday evening.
Nigeria Vs Mali 5pm
Rwanda Vs South 8pm