AJ Bramah picked the first draft of the 2022 National Basketball League

AJ Bramah picked the first draft of the 2022 National Basketball League

Santo Domingo.- AJ Bramah was first selected by the San Francisco de Macorís Indians in the 2022 National Basketball Association (LNB) Rookie Draft draft, which was held Wednesday at the Hard Rock Café in the Blue Mall.

Brama is a 6’7-tall striker who played in the NCAA with Robert Morris Universities and Nevada, collecting averages of 15.0 units, 8.6 rebounds, and 54.5 percent of the field in three seasons (49 games).

“We are more than satisfied. His position is one we aspire to strengthen and with him we will be even better. We have gotten close to him and our fans can count on AJ from day one,” said Louis Izmurdock, General Manager of the Franco-Macorisanos team.

The second chosen was striker Alanzo Frink (6’7), chosen by Realis de la Vega. Frink is a striker who recently completed his fourth year in the NCAA with the East Carolinas and was part of the national team in the minor categories.

Puerto Plata Mariners then chose striker Justin Minaya (6’6), son of baseball executive Omar Minaya. Justin finished his college football career with Providence, averaging 6.5 points and 5.5 rebounds in 32 games.

The fourth choice was in the hands of the Indus (via Soles de Santo Domingo Este), who chose force striker Juan Junior Rosario, a native of Cotoi.

Santiago Metro also made two selections in the first round. They took the shooter Luis Almanza with the fifth choice and then goalkeeper Juan Felix Rodriguez with the seventh goal. Prayutin Savignon Ramirez was named sixth pick of the first round by Cañeros del Este, while current champion Leon de Santo Domingo concluded with points guard Jason Rivera.

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honor table

On the main table were Antonio Mer, President of the LNB, Rafael Uribe, President of the Dominican Basketball Association (Vedumbal) and Alberto Rodriguez, Deputy Minister of the Presidency of the Dominican Republic. Evaristo Perez, immortal of Dominican sports, was also in the draft.

titans exchange meter

During the draw, the LNB agreed to a change where the National Zone Titans received shooting guard Nehemias Morillo of Metros, in exchange for Jhery Matos and seventh pick from the first round, who turned out to be Rodríguez.

The season will start next Wednesday, May 25th.

Draft summary:

first round

Indians: Aaj Brahma

Royals: Enzo Frank

sailors: Justin Minaya

Indians: Juan Junior Rosario (via Soles)

meter: Louis Almenza

rod holders: Ramirez’s protein

meter: Juan Felix Rodriguez (via Titans)

the black: Jason Rivera

second round

Royals: Jonathan Bello

sailors: Carlos Carilla

suns: Jose Alberto Liriano

meter: Jean Carlo Hisiano

rod holders: Nathaniel Bonet

Titans: Louis Said

the black: Diego Colon

Indians: Kevin Nunez

third round

sailors: Radell Deusel Uluwa

suns: Joshua Salazar

meter: Emmanuel Lapata

rod holders: Jean Batista

Titans: Jean Carlos Quezada

the black: Dimas Carrasco

Indians: Will Martinez

Royals: Emmanuel Cruz

Fourth round

suns: Yvry Bayano

meter: Jeffrey Arias

rod holders: Luis Domingo del Orbe

Titans: Inferni Hidalgo

the black: Oliver Baptist

Indians: Richard Ortega Almanzar

Royals: Kelvin Ramirez

sailors: Danny Santana

5th round

rod holders: Jaduhkiss Soto

Titans: Randy Bautista

the black: Sebastian Saez

Indians: Inferi Acevedo

Royals: Juan Manuel Valenzuela

suns: Carlos Rodriguez

Sixth round

the black: Christopher Donator

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Indians: West Bria

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