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GAMEDAY: Today this account will become a @londonlions fanpage, and it will whenever they're playing in Europe. Your London Lions face Neptunas Klapeida in the 1st Basketball Champions League Qualifier, who's watching? You've got this Lions 💪🏻 #BritishBasketball #nomercy
Representing the UK basketball scene in what is hopefully a sustained European campaign, it’s time for the @London_Lions to go to work 🦁 Wishing @Vincemacaulay and all the Pride the very best of luck for their @BasketballCL qualifying game v @bc_neptunas 🤞 #LetsGoLions
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