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North Texas Fresh franchise makes Crowley Middle Home Gym - Jan 24, 2013


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GIANNI PASCUCCI
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A'Daeron
Duncan
The Fresh are back, and this time, the minor league professional basketball will be in Crowley with some familiar faces in uniform for the Universal Basketball Association.
The North Texas Fresh, which has been existence since 2009, will relocate from playing at Birdville Coliseum to playing its home games at Crowley Middle School. The Fresh are (1-1) this season so far and will face the Metroplex Lightning in its first home game for the season on Saturday, January 26th at 6 p.m.
Crowley area spectators will get the opportunity to see A'Daeron Duncan (6'7''-F-87, college: N.Kentucky) and Jay Bowdy (6'6''-F/G-83, college: W.Georgia) perform for the Fresh; two impactful individuals in regards to the Crowley area.
A'Daeron Duncan, guard forward wearing #13, is a Crowley Middle School and North Crowley High School alumni. Duncan was an intricate part in the district title winning team for Crowley Middle and one of Coach Tommy Brackels key guys in the 2004 2005 season for North Crowley High School; which fell short of a 5A championship. Duncan went on to play at Merced Junior College and finished at Northern Kentucky. After ending his collegiate career, he has continued with the North Texas Fresh and waiting for the opportunity for a chance to play overseas. Duncan is the career points leader in the history of the North Texas Fresh and 2nd in highest career point per game total with a 17.3 mark. Duncan is currently averaging 20 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.5 assist, and 3 steals per contest.
Jay Bowdy, guard forward wearing #23, is a Crowley ISD employee and Crowley Middle/Mary Harris Intermediate coach. Bowdy is a graduate from Trimble Tech H.S. and was part of the Bulldog team to lose by one point to Keith Langford & North Crowley at North Crowley in the 1998 1999 season. Bowdy went on to play at Southwestern Christian Junior College and finished at University of West Georgia.After ending his collegiate career, Bowdy healed from two previous knee surgeries and was part of the NBA D Leagues Austin Toros camp roster and also played for the Texas Fuel and West Texas Whirlwinds before joining the Fresh. He has many accolades; including, former All ABA Team Selectee, All Southwest Division Selectee, and an ABA All Star.
Bowdy comes into this season 2nd in career points for the Fresh and 1st in career point per game total with an 18.8 ppg mark. Bowdy is currently averaging 24 points, 11.5 rebounds, 4.5 assist, along with 3 steals per contest this season. With both Bowdy and Duncan on the court, it has been a nightmare for teams to defend them. Both look to bring some excitement to the Crowley area.
  




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