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Whirlwinds destroy Fuel. - Jan 13, 2013


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The West Texas Whirlwinds took a large win over the Texas Fuel during this past weekend. The game ended 92-66. Whirlwinds jumped out to a fast start with a 21-3 run, ending the 1st quarter 34-6. They had some very strong play from back court players. Starting with newest Whirlwind Boise State's own Tre Nichols (5'11''-G-89) with 10 points 7 assists, Berry Whitley (5'9''-G-81, college: SUNO) with 10 points 13 assists 6 steals, Terry Walker and Larry Boyd (6'4''-G/F-82) 12 points each and the Saunders twins Marlo 29 points and Marcus with his 3rd triple double this year with 12 points,14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots.
For the Fuel, Brad Hamlin led the way at 13 points and Mike Willis added 12 points.
Next Game for the Whirlwinds is Two undefeated Division leader's Dallas Vandal and Whirlwinds Tip off 5pm 1/19 at Home.
Whirlwinds are now 8-2   




Joe Newman
ABA adds Texas Hurricanes - 9 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that the Texas Hurricanes have been added to its growing expansion teams for the upcoming teams for the upcoming season. "The Hurricanes are a great addition to our Southwest Division," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "Coach Barbara Davis, the owner, has an incredible background in sports and should make a terrific owner. We are very fortunate to have her as part of the ABA." Coach Davis formed the Hurricanes in April 2009 after seein...   [read more]

Joe Newman
Two other teams added to ABA - 14 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) has added other two teams for the upcoming season One is the NEPA Stars & Stripes located in Wilkes-Barre PA. "This is another great team in our Chesapeake Division, stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "Isiah 'Ike' Walker has terrific experience on an off the court and really understand what it takes to be successful. Very pleased to have Isiah in the ABA." For more information, email starsandstripesbball@gmail.com, or call 570 281 2808. The team w...   [read more]
Bulldogs stay in the ABA, but change team name - 17 days ago
Salisbury Bulldogs Owner/Coach Donnie Thornton has just communicated to Usbasket.com that his team will change name for the upcoming 2017-18 ABA season. The new team name will be West Maryland Bulldogs. Also, Thornton, who last season served as a part time player too, states that the coaching job is open for the 2017-18   [read more]


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