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Staten Island Vipers Ready for 2012-13 ABA Season - Dec 10, 2012


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The Staten Island Vipers enter their second season in the American Basketball Association with sights set high. Coming off a quarterfinals appearance in their inaugural season, co-owners Ayanna Phillip and Kyle Brereton (6'4''-G-80, college: Globe Tech JC) have assembled an interesting mix of talent for this campaign. Veteran forwards Nigel Wyatte (6'9''-C/F-81, college: Wagner) (6'9''-C/F-81, college: Wagner) and Rob Lewin (6'7''-F-80, college: Troy) will provide the experience and muscle up front on most nights, while intriguing rookie Teshawn Byron (6'5''-G) has the ability to wow the crowds with his offensive and defensive talents. Boasting a slew of players with international playing experience as well as local talent such as Michael Newcombe, the Vipers are set up well for another run to the ABA playoffs this season.
The Staten Island Vipers will tip off the season this Saturday, December 15 on the road versus the Jersey Express at 6:00pm. Home games this season for the Vipers will be held at the Gerard Carter Community Center 230 Broad Street, Staten island, NY 10301.

2012-13 Staten Island Vipers

1 Michael Newcombe 61 185 10-8-83 PG/SG Fisher College
3 Brendon Lyn (5'11''-PG-87, college: Concordia, NY)
5 Mike Gordon (6'0''-G-86, college: Binghamton)
6 Robert Hines (6'5''-F-87, college: St.Francis, NY)
7 Nigel Wyatte 68 237 12-27-81 Forward/Center Wagner College
8 Kevin Josey (6'2''-G-88, college: SUNY Maritime)
11 Lewis Monaco 5'11 185 3-19-87 Guard St. Joseph's College
12 Adam Jensen (6'5''-F/C) 6'5 240 12-10-88 Forward/Center Wagner College
21 Daryl May 65 194 Forward Pasadena College
22 Teshawn Byron 66 208 7-15-88 PG/SG/SF Lemoyne Owen
23 Angelo La Roche 6'4 220 6-30-87 Small Forward Manhattanville College
24 Kareem Collins (6'3''-G/F-80, college: New Jersey City St.)
32 Rob Lewin 68 225 11-13-80 Forward/Center Troy State   




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