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The CBDL continues to be the ONLY league as of January 2016, to have a training and development program for its teams and players - Jan 1, 2016


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Happy New Year from the CBDL. As of January 1st, 2016, the Central Basketball Development League is the ONLY Minor-League professional basketball organization to offer a high level professional basketball training and development program for all its teams and to all its players while playing under regulated and professional NBA guidelines. The league focuses on branding its product through this one source which no other league provides. Yes its a business, but at the same time, the money will come when the product is reliable, consistent, and all the teams are a professional stamp to what the league stands for. CEO Benjamin Mireles has been working year after year to keep honesty, integrity, and truth into the minor-league product and gaining much respect from several NBA, D-League, and International affiliates while doing so. "Im not in the business of basketball just to make money" said CEO Benjamin Mireles. "Im here to help establish an honest relationship with the NBA, D-League, and International scouts, agents, and coaches as well as our team owners and players while becoming one of the top level elite training programs around which offer opportunity to players who are looking to excel and not just looking to play". The teams here should hold around 18-22 players on the roster through the league program as its direction is to deliver 15-30 athletes a year to higher level paying careers. The CBDL thrives on its brand and looks to see what all the other leagues are doing and noticing what not to do. It continues to be in discussions with airlines, apparel companies, and even drink companies to see which one would fit the best within the league standards and how it can be presented to investors. "We look forward to a very successful 2016 year and continue building relationships because of what we stand for and not because our players play a game".  



Brandon
McClester
Jamestown Jackals 'Texas Two Step Past Chautauqua Hurricane To Earn Northeast Division Title - 17 days ago
The Jamestown Jackals unleashed an array of offensive firepower on the Chautauqua Hurricane in a decisive two- game sweep of their Northeast Division Championship Series, winning Sunday's match-up, 115-105. The Jackals, meanwhile, secured a spot in the NABL Championships, which will be held in San Antonio in July. The Jackals received 28 points a piece out of Latrell Alford (6'3''-G-89, college: Valley Forge) and Michael Davenport (6'5''-G-89, college: St.Bonaventure), and 14 points a pie...   [read more]

Larry Rivers
Hurricane beat Jackals, 114-105, take possession of first place - 1 month ago
The Chautauqua Hurricane defeated their rival and conference foe, the Jamestown Jackals, 114-105, on Saturday night at Brocton High School to claim sole possession of first place in the NABL Northeast Conference. After a narrow three-point victory the last time the two rivals faced off in Brocton on March 9, Chautauqua held the lead for most of the night on Saturday. The Hurricane led 37-28 after the first quarter, 56-46 at halftime and 89-77 after the third quarter. Chautauqua point guar...   [read more]

Reuel Moore
Hurricane edge Jackals, 102-99, to grab 1st place - 1 month ago
In a game as important as any all season long, the Chautauqua Hurricane came through with its best performance of the season. The Chautauqua Hurricane defeated the Jamestown Jackals, 102-99, in an NABL Northeast basketball game at Brocton Central School. The Hurricane (6-3, 5-0 at home) led early on, jumping out to a 19-11 lead after a dunk by Marcus Feagin capped off seven straight points of his own. Chautauqua finished the first quarter with a 26-17 advantage over the rival Jackals - a...   [read more]


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