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Week 11 To Have Large Impact On IBA Standings - May 28, 2016


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SCOTT LUDWIG
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With just two weeks remaining in the IBA spring season, much could be decided this weekend. Kenosha Ballers (6-2) currently sit atop the league standings, but St. Louis Trotters (4-3) are chasing the top seed for the playoffs. Those teams meet on Sunday in Kenosha for the fourth and final time this season.

Owner/head coach Tony Moore has the Ballers primed for a run at the IBA championship - Kenosha will host the two-day playoffs on June 11-12.

St. Louis begin their weekend at home Saturday taking on Grand Rapids Fusion (1-6), who will be looking to close their regular season with some momentum. The lone Fusion victory came in late April against the Trotters.

Illinois Hoopville Warriors (2-0), who are unable to compete in the playoffs are idle this week as is Kankakee County Soldiers (0-2). Both are playing a limited schedule this spring.

IBA Schedule
Saturday, May 28 - Grand Rapids Fusion at St. Louis Trotters, 6 PM
Sunday, May 29 - St. Louis Trotters at Kenosha Ballers, 6 PM

Full schedule: https://ibabasketball.wordpress.com/schedule/

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