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Richmond Elite starts well its seventh ABA season - Nov 2, 2017


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Richmond Elite is currently ranked 3rd in the American Basketball Association (ABA) after opening the season with a 150-124 win over the former 3rd ranked ABA team, the DMV Warriors. The Elite is entering into its seventh season with 8 returning players and 4 new contributing pieces.
The Elite is led by returning star Du'Vaughn Maxwell (Hampton University), Jaleel Nelson (6'5''-G-87, college: Chowan) and Justin Coleman (6'5''-G-93, college: Missis.Gulf Coast CC).
Team staff is proud to announce the signing of Jestin 'Tutu' Lewis (6'1''-G-94, college: Mercer) and Virginia Wesleyan star point guard Tim Jones (5'10''-PG).
GM Jason Patterson stated: "This season the Elite have put together a complete roster with talented forwards and centers, Josh Brinkley (6'6''-F, college: Delaware), Anthony Wynn (6'6''-F-86, college: St.Paul's) and Terrill Smith add to our nucleus of star power. Depth is certainly in our favor as we feel that will separate us from other ABA teams and have us compete for an ABA championship. The coaching staff consisting of Mike Sailes, Gene Brown and Jason Williams have stressed all pre-season that hard work and dedication will always show at the end of each game."
  



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West Chester Wildcats latest ABA expansion team - 12 days ago
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ABA returns to Louisville, KY - 30 days ago
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