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Aliens tame the Lions - Mar 7, 2017


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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 triple double of the season 34pts, 10rebs and 10ast. Demarcus Robinson (5'10''-PG-93, college: Alabama St.) followed with 27pts, 8ast, 6rebs, Will Bailey (6'4''-SG) 24pts, Javan Wells 15pts, Jonathan Tassin (6'6''-F, college: Morehouse) 14pts, Nicholas Mitchell 11pts, and Emerson Roberson 10pts. Marquis Agnew led the Lions with 23pts.
Atlanta Aliens are clicking on all cylinders and ready to compete in the ABA Playoffs.

  




Bruce Barron
Winning debut for the Mighty Kings - 5 hours ago
The Plano Mighty Kings win their ABA Inaugural Season Opener 188-103 over visiting Lake City Kingdom Riders! Leading the Mighty Kings was Lee McCain (6'4''-F) with 29 points with 4 3-pointers. Lorenza Marshall (6'1''-G) added 25 pts and Bruce Barron (6'4''-G, college: Cameron) 24 pts at the winning side, Jean Victor Nguidjol (6'9''-C-94) contributed with 22 pts and 21 rebounds. Marcus Sanders lead The Lake City Kingdom Riders with 32 points. Next game Saturday, November 25th at 7:00pm at...   [read more]

Rob Walters
A new name for the Super Kats - 5 hours ago
The ABA team previously indicated as Modesto Super Kats changed their name to Stanislaus County Super Kats. The team's 2017-18 full roster is as follows: FIRST NAME LAST POS JERSEY HOME TOWN DOB HT WT Josh Allen SG/SF 1 L Modesto, CA 5/19/94 6'8" 195 Jobe Dillard PG 2 L Little Rock, AR 9/7/94 6'4" 207 Calen Coleman SG/SF 40 Bakersfield, CA 4/10/91 6'4" 200 Jessie Carry G 21 Fairfield, CA 1/13/92 6'4" 195 Mike Estrada Jr PG 4 Modesto, CA 7/2/93 5'9" 155 Rob Walters SF/PF 34 Riverside, CA...   [read more]

Joe Newman
South Florida Gold tops ABA Power Rankings - 7 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) has just released its Power Rankings through Sunday, Nov 12, and the South Florida Gold moved to the #1 position with a perfect 4-0 record. "It took at least one game played to be eligible," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman , "thus the Jacksonville Giants and the Windy City Groove were not ranked this week as they begin their season next week and I would assume they'll both move up quickly." 1. South Florida Gold 4-0 2. Orlando Waves 3-0 3. Richm...   [read more]


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