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Salem Sabres open ABA season tonight - Nov 10, 2012


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Salem, Oregon has a new game in town! The Salem Sabres is a new ABA (American Basketball Association) team that will play its first inaugural game on November 10th against the 13th ranked Seattle Mountaineers. The Salem Sabres will be playing in the Pacific Northwest Division, which consist of Oregon, Washington, Canada and Alaska.
This first season the Sabres will be playing an abbreviated schedule which will consist of playing the teams in Washington. At our first game we will be honoring some local veterans and at halftime, OPVA (Oregon Paralyzed Veterans of America) wheelchair team will be playing an exhibition game.
The Sabres mission is to provide affordable family friendly basketball games, inspire others, create jobs, provide internships for local college students and to help build a sense of community by having our own city?s professional team to cheer on and support.
The Sabres recently held a free basketball clinic at the YMCA for approximately 50 young kids K-6th grade. The kids were surprised when they came into the gym and discovered they were going to be coached by some local professionals.
The Sabres has on its roster several local talents which have excited basketball fans in the past. Players such as Jeff Dunn (6'5''-G-83, college: Corban) (Dallas), Sergio Rosario (Dayton), Phil Nelson (6'8''-F-88, agency: Global Sports Plaza, college: Portland St.) (Salem) and Scott Starkey (Salem).
Season tickets are $40.00 with single game tickets at $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for youth (7 and under). The Sabres will be playing their home games at Chemeketa Community College Bldg 7, located at 4000 Lancaster Dr. NE Salem, Or.
To find our more and to see the schedule of the Sabres you can check out their website at www.salemsabresaba.com or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SalemSabres
  




PJ Meyers
Gwizzlies team go 1-1 over weekend - 5 hours ago

Georgia Gwizzlies' Gregory Howard (6'4''-G-89, college: Walsh) showed why he was drafted by the NBA D-League. Howard scored 39 points in a win Saturday at Birmingham Blitz, Alabama 124-118. Then Sunday at Georgia Kingz in Augusta, Georgia, Howard tied a Gwizzlies team and ABA League record with 61 points. Howard's total is 100 points in last weekend... Georgia Kingz All-Star and also ABA League MVP candidate PJ Meyers (5'8''-PG-89, college: Life) dropped 37 points in their 165-139 win ove...   [read more]

Joe Newman
No change in top 4 in ABA Power Rankings - 7 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 - 13 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]


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