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NYC Thunder Preparing for Start of 2011-12 ABA Season - Nov 13, 2011


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The talk of the ABA's Northeast Division tends to circle around the defending champion Jersey Express. Or possibly the two new expansion clubs; the Staten Island Vipers and Connecticut Topballerz. Lost in the discussion most times though are the New York City Thunder. Under the guidance of owner and head coach Michael Logan , the club enters this season with hopes of making news of their own, on the court. On Saturday, November 19th they will start their season as they travel to Albertus Magnus College to take on the Topballerz. Notable names on the roster include veteran forward Malcolm Connor (6'6''-G/F-80, college: W.New Mexico), who returns to the Thunder after a successful 2010 campaign, as well as an impressive stint in Mexico's top league where he averaged 14.1 points, 10.1 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 10 games for Volcanes de Toluca. Guard/Forward Christopher Bowman (6'7''-G-80, college: Lehman), a former St. Raymond's High School standout and guard Paul Flowers (6'2''-G-85, college: Mercy) are other notable names. However, the most recognizable player on the court for the Thunder will definitely be the smallest. That would be 5-6 point guard Milani Malik (5'6''-G). Milani played collegiality for Stony Brook before finishing at Bloomfield College, but has made her name in the New York area with her play during the numerous summer tournaments held in the city. With an entertaining up-tempo style the Thunder are out to entertain fans while running opposing teams out of the gym.

2011-12 NYC Thunder Roster (to be finalized prior to Nov. 19th opening game)
Wallace Tsormey
Romeo Bartley (6'1''-G-86)
Malcolm Connor
Milani Malik
Christopher Bowman
Amaree Taylor
Ricardo Kirkland
Paul Flowers
Brandon Wells

  




Joe Newman
No change in top 4 in ABA Power Rankings - 4 days ago

The American Basketball Association (ABA) released its Power Rankings through Sunday, November 27th and the top four teams held their positions. "With limited play over the Thanksgiving weekend, there was no change at the top," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "The Orlando Waves, Arizona Scorpions, DMV Warriors and Kentucky Enforcers all held their positions with undefeated records. With a full schedule of games this week and some top contenders playing one another, we could see some sh...   [read more]

Todd Brown
Todd Brown Jr. Triple Double Was Not Enough For The Cleveland Am Pro'ers In Their ABA Season Debut - 10 days ago

The Cleveland Am Pro'ers traveled to Pittsburgh, Pa last Saturday to take on the Steel City Yellow Jackets, in an exciting ABA Contest. The Cleveland team has not participated in the ABA or any Minor League in almost two seasons, but the team is back and loaded with talent. The Steel City Yellow Jackets who were coming off a victory in their previous game also had several talented players which made for an exciting contest. Cleveland and Steel City went into halftime tied at 51. In the...   [read more]

Joe Newman
Orlando Waves take over #1 in ABA Power Rankings - 11 days ago

The American Basketball Association (ABA) today released its Power Rankings for the week ending Sunday, November 20th and the Orlando Waves moved into the number one position with a victory over the strong South Florida Gold team. The Arizona Scorpions moved into the #2 position followed closely by last week's #1 rated DMV Warriors. "We have some very talented teams in the ABA this season," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman , "And I anticipate there will be a battle every week for the #1 s...   [read more]


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