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New England Anchors move to Worcester with a new approach - Aug 7, 2017


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For the first time since 1989 Worcester, Massachusetts has a professional basketball team. The Worcester 78's have announced an agreement with Boys & Girls Club for its ten home games to be hosted at the Club's main facility on Tainter Street. The 78's played a partial season last year as the New England Anchors, hosting its home games in multiple locations. The team will again be competing in the American Basketball Association (ABA) but chose to brand itself to reflect its new full-time home. "I am more than excited to have the opportunity to bring our team to the city I've lived in or around my entire life," said Tom Marino, 78's owner and president. "The greater opportunity, however, is being able to host at an amazing facility around the people doing some of the best community work in the city at Boys & Girls Club. Our team will be well positioned to contribute to that work and make a difference." Making a difference is a consistent theme within the 78's which describes itself as a "community first" organization. Seeing team operations as a fertile grounds for teachable moments, Marino sees real-world learning opportunities for student learning in athletics, business, media production and creative disciplines. "By involving students in the process and putting a winning team on the basketball court, we have an opportunity to teach two very important lessons: Winning matters and hard work produces results."
The 78's will be publishing their season schedule in late August and begin play in November.
Contact: Tom Marino Worcester 78?s Basketball Tom.Marino@worcester78s.com https://worcester78s.com (774) 312-6501   




Ralph L.
Presley
Southwest Warriors announce their 2018-2019 ABA roster - 16 hours ago
"The Warriors have 4 returning All Stars to their line up for the 2018-2019 ABA upcoming season," says Coach/Owner Ralph L. Presley "we should be very competitive again this year. We have starters returning: AL Presley ABA 6 time All Star-24.4 points/9.2 rebound, 6.2 assist, Brandon 'OB' O'Brien ABA 3 time All Star 23.5 points 6.1 assist, Quincy Elmore 6'3" Guard, Brandon Baker 7'2" Center and JaVaughn Freeman 6'3 Guard. We have added Johnny McClenton 6'7" 13 year veteran and some key pla...   [read more]

Malik Alvin
Alvin joins the Gwizzlies - 3 days ago
The ABA Georgia Gwizzlies are pleased to announce that former NBA G-League Draftee Malik Alvin (6'0''-PG-88, college: Shaw) has agreed to suit up for Gwizzlies. "It must be Karma or something because this is my 8 consecutive year of having probably the best player in ABA" states Embry Malone . "Joining Alvin in backcourt will be newcomer 6'2" Ryan Peary. I learned the hard way that ABA is a small ball league and l have the best guard in the ABA." For further information please contact gwi...   [read more]

Payton
Pervier
Seattle Mountaineers sign Payton Pervier - 8 days ago
The ABA Seattle Mountaineers have signed center Payton Pervier (7'0''-C) (out from Old Dominion University. Payton was all conference at Dodge City Community College, 15pts, 11 rebounds a game. He transferred to NCAA D-I, Old Dominion University, 1.3pts, 2 rebounds. 'Payton's presence will give us some size and low post scoring,' stated Coach Don Sims   [read more]


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