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Articles

Division Champs and 2 Expansion teams in action - Mar 30, 2017


POSTED BY:
CHARLES HICKMAN
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Damien Lolar
The Minnesota Rangers is back and has some unfinished business as they take on the Lincoln Lions in there season opener. The Rangers lost in the championship to the Cedarvalley CourtKings in the 1st MBL season. The Lions were a late addition and came up a game short from making the playoffs. The Rangers will be lead by last year's MVP runner up Rochester Rogers (6'3''-G/F-87, college: Missouri Valley), Dominique Dawson (6'8''-C/F-91, college: Ky Wesleyan), and Damien Lolar (6'5''-F-84, college: W.Texas A&M) a former NBA d league player.

The Kentucky Flash travel to take on the Fort Wayne Vision for there 2nd game of the season. Fort Wayne looks to dominate behind all MBL and all star Reggie Lytle (6'2''-G-91, college: MCC-Penn Valley) who was 2nd in the league in scoring last year. The Flash will be lead by Devaughn Taylor and Jeremy Williams. Devaughn Taylor lead the Flash with 41 pts. in last week's victory against the Indiana Fury.
  




Raijon Kelly
COURTKINGS TAKE DOWN VISION TO CLAIM BACK TO BACK CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1 month ago
Huntsville,Tx-------- The Midwest Basketball League had its 2017 Championship game this past weekend on the campus of Sam Houston State University. Both teams arrived to the arena with a police escort and as they went through pregame interviews you could see the excitement on their faces on how the day started off. Once the ball was in the air it was indeed a dog fight as the Vision and the CourtKings would exchange spurts in the game going on runs of their own. Toward the end it was all...   [read more]

Raijon Kelly
CourtKings run the table, capture second straight MBL title - 1 month ago
Throughout the season, coaches and players of the Cedar Valley CourtKings have said winning another Midwest Basketball League title was far more important than finishing the year undefeated. But on Saturday night, they managed to accomplish both goals. Raijon Kelly (6'4''-G-93, college: Angelo St.) scored 34 points and Cedar Valley capped a 19-0 season with a 121-106 win over the Ft. Wayne Vision in the MBL championship game on the campus of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Tex...   [read more]

Raijon Kelly
CourtKings capture West, look for championship repeat - 1 month ago
Facing arguably their stiffest challenge of the season, the Cedar Valley CourtKings survived and are now one win away from securing a Midwest Basketball League repeat. Anthony James(6'0''-PG-89, college: N.Iowa) converted a three-point play to kick-start a critical 8-0 run, and the CourtKings kept their perfect season alive with a 107-98 win over the Minnesota Rangers in the West Division finals Sunday at the Cedar Valley SportsPlex. After the two teams traded the lead three times early i...   [read more]


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