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Bahama All Pro Show today official Press Conference - Oct 29, 2012


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Jarred
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General Manager and CEO Ricardo B. Smith has just sent to Usbasket.com this interesting press release:
Today we in the Bahama All Pro Show gather to announce our return to the American Basketball Association (ABA) in the 2012-2013 season. This season we will be playing a total of twelve (12) games in the Bahamas on three different Bahamas Island, Nassau, Bimini & Freeport Grand Bahama with for the first time for endorsement and support of the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF). This is a major achievement as we have had to play before without the endorsement of the (BBF).
The (BBF) has released sanction letters for our opening game on November 23rd, 24th, at the Sir Kendal Isaacs gym in Nassau the capital of the Bahamas and for the five other two game weekends for the Islands stated above. We welcome this support and note that with this support the road to a successful season will even be easier.
We wish to also recognize our partnership with the Bahamas Broadcasting Corporation (ZNS TV 13). Our new agreement gives ZNS TV 13 exclusive rights to air the game live on National TV as well promoting the game.
Our opening game night is set for Friday November 23rd, with a special pre-game show featuring the number one Bahamian performer D-Mack among other acts and our very own Pro Show Dancers. We will have a brief opening ceremony followed by the main event the visiting American Basketball Association 2011/12 defending Champions taking on the new look Bahama All Pro Show.
Today we name also name the three (3) of our local Bahamian Stars: Team Captain 6ft-2inch shooting guard Wade Murray, 6ft-3inch shooting guard Reynard Minus and former Captain Jamal Bain (6'3''-G/F). We are happy to also announce Jarred Stockton (6'4''-F/G-83, college: Livingstone) from Jacksonville Florida and Jeremy Grimball (7'0''-C, college: Columbus St.) also from Jacksonville Florida.
Our returning Head Coach is Steven Culmer (6'6''-C-60), a former Bahamas National Team Player, and his Assistant Coach and team US Scout Eddie Baker (6'7''-F-82, college: Troy) a former Troy State basketball Star.
We will announce more team members and Staff at our next press conference in Freeport Grand Bahama in two weeks.
  




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Change of name for the Lions - 9 days ago

The Lions Basketball (formerly known as Charleston City Lions) of The American Basketball Association has just communicated to Usbasket.com that the new team name is exactly "LIONS BASKETBALL" Also, the team has added fresh faces to their roster for the 2016-17 season. The Lions have solidified six rookie players and three veterans well known to the Mid-Atlantic region for the upcoming season. ABA All-Star players, Marquis Agnew(5'9''-G), Melvin Garrett (6'6''-F-82, college: Salem Intern....   [read more]

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Express sign Duane Morgan, ex Atenas Carmen - 19 days ago

Jersey Express signed 23-year old forward Duane Morgan (198-93, college: Adelphi). He played most recently at Atenas Carmen in Argentinian TNA league, but left the team in Oct.. In four games he had 6.5ppg and 3.0rpg last season. Morgan graduated from Adelphi University in 2015 and actually missed last season. It will be his second season as a professional player. By Eurobasket Data Center Check also Complete Transfers List in ABA   [read more]

Malik Alvin
Gwizzlies pre-season starts in Shanghai - 25 days ago

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