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Georgia PRIME Select DeAndre Bray First in 2012 UBA Expansion Draft - Sep 10, 2012


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September 10, 2012 The UBA has announced its first pick in the 2012 expansion draft. The draft is set for new teams that enter the league and its based to help build the newly developed team. What better way to build a team than with the UBAs top point guard. The Georgia PRIME made 5-foot 6 inch guard DeAndre "Lil D" Bray (5'6''-G-85, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Jacksonville St.) the first of their 10 selections in todays 2012 UBA League Expansion Draft. The PRIME have obtained the rights to each of the 10 players they drafted and will submit their list in order of preference to the UBA League Office to pursue contracts.

Bray, 25, played in 28 games with the Atlanta Titans during the 2011-12 campaign, averaging 12.4 points and 11.5 assists per game. In second seasons in the UBA, Bray has accumulated 600 points, and his 600 assists rank 18th and 1st, respectively, in league history.

A product of Jacksonville State, Bray established a personal season high with 29 points and 9 assists in a 103-102 victory against the Cincinnati Slam in the UBA Semi Finals. Two weeks earlier, he dished out 15 against the GIE Maile Matrix.

Bray was the tallest player available in the expansion draft, but he has the biggest heart.

We definitely targeted a point guard in the expansion draft, PRIME Head Coach and Director of Basketball Operations Michael Davis said. Being a leader is a quality you cant teach. We also wanted to gain as much UBA experience as possible and felt that the selection of Bray certainly fulfilled both goals.

Bray was honored by Usbasket.com as the UBA Point Guard of the Year along with All-United States Team honors. After a great playoff run Bray was selected to the UBAs All-Playoff 1st Team.

Aside from the selection of Bray, the PRIME are now scouting the free agent market to draft in the up in coming UBA draft (November 3, 2012). The PRIME have VSU stand out Mike Crain (6'2''-G-84, college: Valdosta St.) on their draft board.


  




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