Uganda men's national under-18 basketball team

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The Uganda men's national under-18 basketball team is a national basketball team of Uganda, administered by the Federation of Uganda Basketball Association. [1] It represents the country in international under-18 (under age 18) basketball competitions.

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  1. Profile - Uganda, FIBA.com, Retrieved 26 October 2015.