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Winning in the small way... the ABA is more than just a game - Nov 8, 2012


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Dominick
Young
The new expansion ABA Fresno Flight played their inaugural games against the veteran Sacramento Heatwave last weekend and won consecutive games over a ranked team. But the way they did it was what made these games special.
It was the professional debut of their 19 year old point guard Derrick Randolph. Derrick is working hard toward overcoming much adversity towards his goal of playing in the NBA. He has dealt with homelessness and the tragedy of three family member's deaths in one week. Having grown up on the tough streets of Chicago, the move to Fresno CA has been rewarding and helpful to achieving his goal. Derrick will also enroll in college in January now knowing that he is safe and has a place to live. He can now concentrate on his basketball skills and getting a great education.
Oh yes, the games. Derrick scored 33 points on Saturday and 36 points on Sunday, being the high scorer in both games. On Saturday, he had 11 assists, 6 steals, 5 rebounds and on Sunday, 10 assists, 7 steals and 6 rebounds. With natural ability and great basketball instincts, Derrick is a true visionary on the court. He's aggressive with a lot of energy and great ball handling skills. Other teams should be very protectibve of the ball when Derrick is on the court.
Clearly the Fresno Flight has much to look forward to this season. Dominick Young (5'10''-G-74, college: Fresno St.), former Fresno State alum and ABA All-Star has put together a team of hard-working players that have come together well as a team to make their impact on the league known early.
One other thing - this dynamic young point guard off the streets of Chicago, who has overcome so much adversity and who dominates play against players 6-5 to 7-0 is 5'8' tall. For more information, visit www.fresnoflight.com   



ABA annouces Cinco de Mayo tournament - 7 days ago
The American Basketball Association announced that four ABA teams will participate in a tournament to be held in Mexico during Cinco de Mayo which will also feature several Mexican and Latin American teams. "We are very excited about this event which will be the first introduction of ABA Mexico," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman. "Bobby Garcia, ABA Mexico CEO, has been doing a remarkable job putting ABA Mexico together and this should be a fun and exciting event. We will be announcing the...   [read more]

Joe Newman
ABA names new European VP of Marketing - 7 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced last week that Tom Ellingsen has been named European VP of Marketing. "I could not be more delighted than to have Tom representing the ABA in Europe," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "He has been a friend and a significant shareholder of the ABA since 2005 and has been very helpful to the league with his creativity and ideas. I have no doubt he will make an impact in Europe." A native of Norway, Tom receive his MBA in Sweden and Londo...   [read more]

Michael
Zeigler
Aliens tame the Lions - 17 days ago
Atlanta Aliens finished the regular season strong by defeating Lions Basketball 139-100. The Aliens used tough defensive pressure to establish an early lead and never looked back. At the end of the 1st quarter, the Aliens led 41-21. They extended the lead by halftime 84-47 and cruised to victory the remainder of the game. All of the Aliens scored and seven players were in double figures. ABA All-Star nominee Michael Zeigler (6'5''-F-89, college: Morehouse) led all scorers with his fifth t...   [read more]


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