“It feels nice (to be MVP). It’s my first here and i take it as a motivation” he says. “I have been working hard as an individual and i will never stop because the fact is you can be a good player if you cant put extra work”
The Tanzanian born sharp shooter had his first games for Power at the KIU Invitational. Ulanga looked like the trueself in just one of the four games Power played at the tournament. The guard admits its going to be a challenge – but one he is ready for.
The guard’s next games for his new side come this weekend in another preseason tournament – the UCU Invitational be fore the National Basketball League he looking forward to helping Power win starts in a couple of weeks.
“I’m looking forward to helping my team win the championship. I work hard to help my team”