With Kenya Basketball Federation league leaders Ulinzi Warriors taking part at the East Africa Military Games, Thunders will have an opportunity to top if they register good results against Strathmore University tomorrow.
After losing against newly promoted side Eldonets from Eldoret, Second placed Thunders will take on Strathmore at Nyayo stadium following their 70-41 victory over Umoja last weekend.
Ulinzi will be seeking to recapture their 2015 feet when they won the title as Thunder needs to win with at least two points against Blades to move top with 32 points.
Men’s Division One: Barclays Bank v KAA (8.30am), Trailblazers v Zetech University (10am), Neosasa v Baobab (11.30am). All at Nyayo.
Men’s Premier League: KCA-U v Eldonets (1pm), Blades v Thunder (2.30pm), Equity Bank v Lakeside (4pm)
At Menengai High School, Nakuru
Men’s Division One: Nakuru Club v Blazers (10am