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Greenhawks removed, Virgina Avengers are in. - Jan 13, 2011


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GIANNI PASCUCCI
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James R.
Schutz
JUST RECEIVED FROM ACPBL OFFICE: On January 12, effective immediately, the Washington Greenhawks organization has been removed from the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League (ACPBL) and replaced immediately by the Virginia Avengers owned and operated by Dominic Manuel .
Dominic Manuel is no stranger to minor league professional basketball as he has spent the last several seasons as head coach of the Alexandria Avengers professional basketball team.
The ACPBL received direct text message communication on Saturday night during the GreenHawks home opener from GreenHawks general manager Adam Dantus stating that he was very disappointed with the fan turn out, and that the GreenHawks may not finish the season because of the poor attendance at the home opener. However, the GreenHawks played the next day (Sunday) on the road in Norfolk, Virginia and gave the league indications that they were going to play through the season. The ACPBL was then contacted the following day (this past Monday) by Washington Greenhawks owner Tom Doyle stating that his team wished to cease operations immediately the ACPBL immediately. Soon after the ACPBL received this e-mail Washington Greenhawks players immediately began calling the nearest ACPBL team known as the Beltway Bombers whom have been generous enough to accept as many of the former Washington Greenhawks players as possible, including the world famous Hugh Jones (6'3''-F-80) and Camontae Griffin (5'9''-G-86, college: St.Mary's (MD)), both players were widely regarded as the two top player on the Washington Greenhawks roster with both being considered to be potential ACPBL all-stars. It all came about suddenly and as a bit of a shock, stated ACPBL commissioner James R. Schutz ' I'm very pleased that within in just 48 hours notice the ACPBL front office was able to land a replacement team to take on the Washington Greenhawks remaining schedule and that a good number of Washington Greenhawks players were able to find a new team to continue with their ACPBL playing careers'.
  




Brian Graham
Change of name for the ACPBL - Sep 11, 2012

League Commissioner Brian Graham has just communicated to Usbasket.com that he has officially ceased operations of the ACPBL and has begun to proceed with APBL ( American Professional Basketball League). The new APBL season kicks off October 27th in New York City. The new website link will be www.theapbl.com    [read more]

Cavell
Johnson
Bombers Sign in Colombia - Aug 31, 2012

The Defending champs the Beltway Bombers have three very talented players just recently sign with InderValle de Cali in colombia these three players are Camontae Griffin (5'9''-G-86, college: St.Mary's, MD), Rogers Barnes (6'4''-G/F-86, college: Morgan St.) and Cavell Johnson (6'8''-F-85, college: UMBC)   [read more]

Jared Nowell
ACPBL Metro Guard nets a triple double - Aug 16, 2012

Jared Nowell (6'3''-G/F-84) of the ACPBL Metro summer league netted a triple double against The NYC Jaguars. Nowell the Brooklyn, N.Y. native has been somewhat of castaway in the minor league scene. Nowell has bounced around to 3 ACPBL teams in the last year just looking for the right fit. Early in Nowell's career he was a victim of The Manhattan Pride purge that saw the departure of a head coach and about 90% percent of the team   [read more]


ACPBL Summer League Update - Aug 10, 2012  
Brian Graham's New World Order! - Jul 30, 2012  
NYC Jaguars gearing up this summer - Jul 25, 2012  
Champs gearing up for a repeat - Jul 21, 2012  
ACPBL Summer League News - Jul 12, 2012  
USBasket.com All-ACPBL Awards 2011-12 - Jun 22, 2012  
Antoine Morgano named ACPBL MVP - Jun 21, 2012  
More information concerning the ACPBL Summer League - Jun 7, 2012  
Trailblazers' Summer Schedule - Jun 7, 2012  
Trailblazers hoping for a NBA D-League exhibition game - May 29, 2012  
Commissioner Graham states... - May 11, 2012  
Beltway Bombers Are ACPBL Champs! - May 10, 2012  
Palmieri Jeans Destroyers Number 1 seed - May 2, 2012  
Bombers Move to Final Four - May 1, 2012  
Beltway geared up for Play-offs - Apr 26, 2012  
Kareem Corprew - ACPBL Week 18 Player of the Week - Apr 20, 2012  


ACPBL Standings
Big Apple Division
 1. Hudson Valley 7-7 
 2. NYC 524 6-8 
 3. Toms River S. 5-9 
 4. Manhattan P. 0-14 
North Division
 1. Hartford L. 11-3 
 2. Garden St. R. 10-4 
 3. North Jersey P. 4-10 
South Division
 1. Palmieri Jeans 12-2 
 2. Beltway B. 11-3 
 3. Bay Area Sh. 6-8 
Full Standings
Points Per Game
 Myron HOWE
  Tri-Ci.
  (180-G-)
  Avg: 17.3
 1. Myron Howe Tri-Ci.17.3 
 2. David Bailey Tri-C.13.5 
 3. Robert Padge., Tri.11.0 
 4. Stefan Haski., Tri.10.7 
 5. Bill Green Tri-Ci.7.0 
 6. Curtis Massey Tri-.4.5 
 7. Brandon Simms Tri-.4.3 
 8. Chuck Thomps., Tri.3.0 
 9. Donald Eason Tri-C.1.7 
 10. Emanuel With.,.0.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 David BAILEY
  Tri-Ci.
  (203-F-83)
  Avg: 11.5
 1. David Bailey Tri-C.11.5 
 2. Myron Howe Tri-Ci.5.8 
 3. Bill Green Tri-Ci.5.3 
 4. Stefan Haski., Tri.4.3 
 5. Robert Padge., Tri.4.3 
 6. Chuck Thomps., Tri.4.0 
 7. Curtis Massey Tri-.4.0 
 8. Donald Eason Tri-C.3.7 
 9. Emanuel With., Tri.2.7 
 10. Brandon Simms T.1.0 
Assists Per Game
 Chuck THOMPSON
  Tri-Ci.
  (173-G-)
  Avg: 4
 1. Chuck Thomps., Tri.4.0 
 2. Brandon Simms Tri-.4.0 
 3. Myron Howe Tri-Ci.3.3 
 4. Stefan Haski., Tri.2.3 
 5. Robert Padge., Tri.1.3 
 6. David Bailey Tri-C.1.0 
 7. Bill Green Tri-Ci.1.0 
 8. Curtis Massey Tri-.1.0 
 9. Donald Eason Tri-C.0.3 
 10. Emanuel With.,.0.0 
Steals Per Game
 Myron HOWE
  Tri-Ci.
  (180-G-)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Myron Howe Tri-Ci.1.8 
 2. Chuck Thomps., Tri.1.5 
 3. Brandon Simms Tri-.0.7 
 4. David Bailey Tri-C.0.7 
 5. Curtis Massey Tri-.0.5 
 6. Bill Green Tri-Ci.0.3 
 7. Robert Padge., Tri.0.3 
 8. Stefan Haski., Tri.0.3 
 9. Emanuel With., Tri.0.0 
 10. Donald Eason Tr.0.0 
Blocks Per Game
 David BAILEY
  Tri-Ci.
  (203-F-83)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. David Bailey Tri-C.2.5 
 2. Donald Eason Tri-C.1.0 
 3. Emanuel With., Tri.0.7 
 4. Bill Green Tri-Ci.0.7 
 5. Curtis Massey Tri-.0.5 
 6. Myron Howe Tri-Ci.0.3 
 7. Robert Padge., Tri.0.0 
 8. Stefan Haski., Tri.0.0 
 9. Brandon Simms Tri-.0.0 
 10. Chuck Thomps.,.0.0 
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