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Atlanta Aliens ready for a new ABA season - Nov 1, 2016


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Duck
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The 2015-2016 ABA South Division Champions Runners-Up Atlanta Aliens are set to play their seventh season with the American Basketball Association.
The Aliens, who were one game shy of being in the ABA Final Elite-8 competing for the ABA Championship, believes they have unfinished business to take care of for this season. General Manager/Head Coach Duck Richards said the team has finalized their roster and schedule for the 2016-2017 season and he's excited about his team having another chance to compete for the ABA Championship title.
Coach Richards top priority quest to secure veteran players from last season was successfully accomplished. In addition, other key players with experience and skills have been added also. As a result, twenty-two players were selected but only twelve will compete while the others will remain with the developmental unit. The Atlanta Aliens will tip-off their season opener on Saturday, November 5, 2016 against the Birmingham Blitz at 7pm in Birmingham, Alabama.
The following players were selected:
NAMES HT/WT COLLEGE ATTENDED
1. Christopher Cromartie 6-3/180 Southern Alabama (JUCO)
2. Michael Stanley 6-3/175 Emmanuel College (D-2)
3. Michael Zeigler 6-5/225 Morehouse College (D-2)
4. Jon Tassin 6-7/215 Morehouse College (D-2)
5. Jonathan Simpson 6-8/245 Clark Atlanta University (D-2)
6. Markeith Madison 65/180 Stillman College (D-2)
7. Patrick Dugger 6-8/225 LaGrange College (D-3)
8. Willie Woodard 6-6/220 Shorter University (D-2)
9. Javan Wells 6-3/170 Winston-Salem State University (D-2)
10. Kenny Holmes 6-0/165 Southern Wesleyan University (D-2)
11. Desmond Jackson 6-3/185 Alabama A&M University (D-1)
12. Lexus Hill 6-4/180 Albany State University (D-2)
13. Rufus Brown 6-4/178 N/E Oklahoma (JUCO)
14. Julito Hutchinson 6-6/240 St. Catherine University (NAIA)
15. Joshua Jones 6-9/225 Gordon State College (JUCO)
16. Shawn Conely 6-9/260 Harper College (D-3)
17. Nicholas Mitchell 6-4/200 LaGrange College (D-3)
18. Greg Howard 6-5/220 Walsh University (D-2)
19. George Brown 6-4/210 Gordon State College (JUCO)
20. Devin Aglin 6-0/155 Atlanta Metro College (JUCO)
21. Luciano Solano 6-8/225 Brazil
22. Damian Enoch 6-8/220 Clark Atlanta University (D-2)
General Manager/Head Coach: Duck Richards
Assistant Coach: Cinquez Jester
Player Personnel/Scout: Lindsey McDaniels
Director of Game Day Operations: Akeeme Flemister
Ball Boy: Alando 'Lil Duck' Richards   




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ABA welcomes Team Perseverance - 13 hours ago
The Amercan Basketball Association (ABA) announced that Team Perseverance located in Sumter, SC has been added to the growing list of expansion teams getting set to begin play in November. "We have one great new team owner in Junko "Coach J" Allen," stated ABA Co-founder Joe Newman . "We have no doubt this will be a great organization on and off the court. Can't miss." Coach Allen is a native New Yorker who now resides in Sumter, SC. She has served almost 24 years in the US Air Force; her...   [read more]

Skyler
Burgess
Burgess joins the Gwizzlies - 2 days ago
Georgia Gwizzlies are pleased to announce that Utah native Skyler Burgess (6'5''-F) is now on team roster. While in Mexico, Burgess averaged 25.0 ppg. He will join the backcourt with Justin Zachary and Lance White. "I am really excited about Skyler because he rebounds, defend and is a Coachable team player" states Embry Malone . "Burgess also had numerous offers overseas, but want a shot at the NBA D-League first".   [read more]

Embry Malone
Another Gwizzlies player overseas to China - 6 days ago
The ABA Georgia Gwizzlies are pleased to announce that Power Forward Luke Joseph (6'8''-F, college: Reinhardt), a Ft.Myers, Florida, native, has just arrived in Shanghai China. TGBTG agency invited Joseph for workout and tour. "I told Luke from day one when l first met him. That he must be with the right team, coach, program; and he listened" states Gwizzlies' Coach/Owner Embry Malone   [read more]


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