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American Conference

1. Rckf. Lightning 31-25
2. Sioux Falls S. 33-23
3. G.Rapids Hoops 30-26

4. Gary Steelhea.


National Conference

1. Dakota Wiz. 26-14
2. Fargo Moorh.B. 25-15
3. Flint Fuze 17-23
4. Saskatchewan 8-32

Stats Leaders

All Players Stats


1.J.Thomas, Q.City 23.4
2.S.Colson, G.Rapids 22.0
3.D.Vanterpool, Yak. 21.8
4.I.Fontaine, L.Crosse 21.4
5.R.Ellis, Yakima 20.8
6.B.Smith, S.Falls 19.9
7.D.Marshall, Conn.  18.1
8.A.Griffin, Ft.Wayne 17.7
9.B.Williams, Rockford 17.7
10.J.Robinson, S.Falls 17.5


1.K.King, Connect. 10.4
2.A.Smith, G. Rapids 10.1
3.L.Borrell, La Crosse 9.8
4.J.Watkins, Fort Wayne 9.7
5.R.Ellis, Yakima 9.7


1.D.Vanterpool, Yak. 8.4
2.S.Colson, G. Rapids 7.6
3.I.Bowman, Conn. 7.6
4.M.Hawkins, S. Falls 7.5
5.R.Livingston, Idaho 7.3

Dakota Wizards won 2002 title

Simon Miles got probably all awards any player could get this year in the CBA.

 play-Offs  -  April 9, 2002
In their first season in the CBA the Dakota Wizards defeated the Rockford Lightning 116-109 in the one game CBA championship before a packed Rockford MetroCentre crowd of 7,201. Newcomer of the Year and regular season MVP Miles Simon picked up more hardware earning Playoff Most Valuable Player honors for his team high 19.5 points in four playoff games.
Dakota Wizards - Rockford Lightning 116-109
(Michael Johnson 1-6 6-6 8. Wayne Turner 4-5 5-8 13. Miles Simon 8-16 7-8 24. Chris Porter 9-11 3-6 21. Andy Panko 3-8 8-10 14. Kevin Rice 2-10 5-5 9. Danny Johnson 1-2 2-2 4. Ken Johnson 0-2 0-0 0. Courtney James 6-13 3-4 15. Shawn Daniels 4-4 0-0 8 - Kelley McClure 4-13 1-3 10. Ray Weathers 7-12 4-4 18. Emmett Hall 2-5 2-2 6. Jeff Sanders 3-8 0-0 6. Dickey Simpkins 8-14 16-21 32. Scott Knapp 3-6 0-0 8. Terrence Shannon 3-6 0-2 6. Lazarus Sims 0-3 5-6 5. Versile Shaw 8-14 2-2 18)

Dakota - Wizards - Fargo-Moorhead Beez 3-0
Rockford Lightning - Sioux Falls Skyforce 3-1

Newcomer of the Year: Miles Simon
Regular Season MVP: Miles Simon
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Miles Simon

  CBA Play-Offs  -  April 4, 2002
The Championship match-up for the 2001/2002 CBA season is now set. The Dakota Wizards will play the Rockford Lightening, in Rockford, on April 6th. The Wizards advanced to the final series by sweeping the Fargo-Moorhead Beez via winning three straight games in the best-of-five series. The Lightening advanced after losing only the first game to Sioux Falls in their best-of-five series.
American Conference
Game 4
Rockford 104, Sioux Falls 93
Game 3
Rockford 92, Sioux Falls 89
Game 2
Rockford 110, Sioux Falls 106
Game 1
Sioux Falls 95, Rockford 87

National Conference
Game 3
Dakota 113, Fargo-Moorhead 101

  Play-Offs Semifinals  -  April 1, 2002
The CBA is currently conducting it's post-season play-offs. The top two teams (determined by average quarter points won) of each four-team division qualified for the play-offs. Representing the American Conference is the Rockford Lightening and the Sioux Falls Skyforce. The National Conference is represented by the Dakota Wizards and the Fargo-Moorhead Beez. The following games are in a best of five series. The series stand as such:
Sioux Falls leads Rockford 1-0
Dakota leads Fargo-Moorhead 2-0
The first game of the Sioux Falls/Rockford series was played in Rockford. Sioux Falls came out victourous. Details follow:
The second game of the Dakota/F-M series was played in Bismark. The Wizards gave their fans a thrill with another to-the-wire game. Details follow:
The first game of the Dakota/F-M series was played in Fargo due to the fact that Dakota's home court had a scheduling conflict. Dakota pulled out the game in true play-off fashion with a last minute win. Details follow:

 CBA Season Awards 2001-2002 - Mar.30, 2002

Miles Simon

All-CBA 1st Team:
Miles Simon (MVP) (194-G-75, college: Arizona, agent: Fleischer Mark) of Dakota, Sean Colson (182-G-75, college: NC-Charlotte) of Grand Rapids Hoops, James Collins (193-G-73, college: Florida St., agent: Die Drissa) of Grand Rapids Hoops, and Ruben Nembhard (191-G-72, college: Weber St., agent: Duran Emilio) of Fargo-Moorhead Beez.
All-CBA Coach of the Year: Dave Joerger (Dakota)
CBA All-Rookie Team:
Kenny Inge (Rookie of the Year) (203-F-78, college: N.Carolina St., agent: Neustadt Doug), of Rockford Lightning, DeSean Hadley (193-G-74, college: E.Michigan) of Flint Fuze, Sean Lampley (201-F-79, college: California, agent: Bartelstein Mark) of Saskatchewan Hawks, Ken Johnson (210-C-78, college: Ohio St., agent: Sbezzi Riccardo) of Dakota Wizards, and Shawn Daniels (198-F-78, college: Utah St.) of Dakota Wizards
CBA All-Defensive Team:
Willie Murdaugh (Defensive Player of the Year) (191-G-69, college: S.Carolina-Spartanbu, agent: Jordan John) of Saskatchewan Hawks, Ken Johnson (210-C-78, college: Ohio St., agent: Sbezzi Riccardo) of Dakota Wizards, Michael Johnson (183-G-76, college: Oklahoma) of Dakota Wizards, Kevin Rice (192-G-75, college: Utah St., agent: Jordan John) of Dakota Wizards, and Antonio Smith (203-F-76, college: Michigan St., agent: Tucker Charles) of Grand Rapids Hoops.

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