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Aliens fall short to Tornados - Feb 5, 2019


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Rashad Faust
Atlanta Aliens (2-3) traveled to Mobile, Alabama to play against the ABA #6 Power Ranked team Port City Tornados (15-1) vying to get the upset. Although their intentions were good, the Aliens fell short to the Tornadoes 132-125.
The Atlanta Aliens played without General Manager and Head Coach Duck Richards who missed the game for personal matters. The team assistant coaches Jerry Steele and Lorenzo Faust were at the helm during Richards absence. The Aliens had a very sluggish first half and couldn't find their rhythm. However, the Tornadoes came out the gate blazing hot knocking down long range threes to take a 75-43 halftime lead. Many teams would have given up because of the large deficit but the Aliens accepted the challenge and returned the second half ready to battle. The Aliens fought back into the game with aggressive defense but eventually ran out of time.
The Aliens Rashad Faust (6'8''-F/C-87, college: Co.Georgia) led all scorers with 38pts and 11rebs. Michael Stanley (6'2''-G, college: Emmanuel, GA)y followed with 22pts, Jeremy Steele (6'1''-G) 20, Alex Bonner (6'3''-G, college: LaGrange) 15, Anthony Calloway (6'3''-G, college: Clark Atlanta) 13, Heyward Brown 6, and Tehran Barlow 4.
The Aliens will travel to Roanoke, Virginia and play a double header February 9th & 10th, 2019.   




Joe Newman
Beaver County Indians added to ABA expansion - 2 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that the Beaver County Indians have been added to the growing list of expansion teams set to begin play in November. "Actually, we're moving the West Virginia Widowmakers to Beaver County located near Pittsburgh," stated ABA CEO Joe Newman . "This will make travel considerably easier with several great ABA teams within close driving distance." The team will be owned by Tjuan Washington, noted rap/hip hop artist, and CEO of ABA Medi...   [read more]

Joe Newman
Dallas-Fort Worth and Henderson, Kentucky join the ABA - 7 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that two other team have joined the league and will begin play when the season starts in early November. First is North Texas Prowlers "We are very pleased and excited about having the Prowlers as part of the ABA," stated ABA CEO Joe Newman . "The team has proven itself both on and off the court and has won championships in several other leagues. They should be a very strong addition to the South West Division." The team is owned by Heat...   [read more]

Joseph Garza
Texas Red Wolves coming back this season - 9 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that the Texas Red Wolves will resume play this season after a two year hiatus. "We are very pleased to have Stephanie and Joseph Garza back," stated ABA CEO Joe Newman . "They did a great job both on and off the court before; we expect them to be even better now." The team will be a part of the fast-growing South Central Division. Nevil Shed will return as General Manager/Head Coach. He led them to the Final Eight Championship Playoffs...   [read more]


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