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NABL Releases 2010 Post Season Awards - Jun 12, 2010

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CONTACT: Media Release from Director of Compliance Committee: Nathan Mumm

National Athletic Basketball League - Announces 2010 Post Season Awards

Seattle, Washington - After the first and successful year for the league,
the National Athletic Basketball League is pleased to recognize those
individuals who excelled during the 2010 season.

In his first year in the NABL, Guard Chris Ferguson (6'0''-G-81, college: Evergreen St.) from the Snohomish
County Explosion was named the league's sixth man of the year award.
Ferguson a second year player for the Explosion, a 6'0 guard from Evergreen
College, was the Explosions best three point shooter on the team. During the
regular season, Ferguson averaged 22.3 points per game, he completed (23)
assist, and scored (268) total points; he also scored 62 3-point baskets.

Portland Showtime's head coach, Paul Kelly , has been named the 2010 NABL
Coach of the Year. Kelly's Showtime compiled an 8-3 regular season record,
and was also the coach of the Oregon All Star team that defeated the
Washington All Star team coached by Don Sims 121-109. Paul Kelly has
defeated every team in the league except the Snohomish County Explosion, and
has the longest winning streak at 6 games and did not lose a game in May.

'Paul Kelly is the heartbeat of the team,' said owner Ty White. 'The man has
just set the standard so high for minor league basketball. Now we just need
that Championship for the city of Portland, it's pretty obvious that Kelly
figured out how to motivate these guys and keep an expectation of competing
in every game, and he's been able to attract great talent and great players,
He deservers this honor for the great work he and the team have done.'

The NABL recognizes Joe Becerra from the Salem Stampede as the 2010
Executive of the Year. Joe Becerra brought basketball back to Salem after
two years absence of professional basketball and his team finished in 2nd
place in the league with an 8-3 record tied with Portland's 8-3 record.
Salem also returned key players from the previous seasons along with some
outstanding players. The Stampede organization is a premier organization and
has built a reputations of solid fan support and winning teams. Joe was the
head coach for the Stampede in the first few season of the organization and
has taken over ownership of the team he once coached.

Second Team Nominations and Third Team Nominations list key performers in
the NABL, this lists included Portland Trailblazer tryout hopeful - Dominic
Waters from the Portland Showtime, The 2010 NABL All Star Slam Dunk Winner
Shawn Wolter (6'5''-F-88, college: Everett CC), The 2010 All Star Three Point Champion Jason Stromvall (6'4''-G, college: Grand Canyon), and
tremendous talented Big Man Villi Dorsainvil.

The National Athletic Basketball League congratulates each of these men on
their awards. The League will issue the top awards including MVP, Defensive
Player of the Year and First Team all NABL on Sunday June 13th at 3:00pm
Pacific Standard Time.


Second Team

F- 6'7' Antone Jarrell (6'7''-F, college: Portland St.)-Salem Stampede

F- 6'6' Anthony Lackey (6'6''-F-80, college: Portland St.)-Portland Showtime

F- 6'5' Shawn Wolter- Snohomish County Explosion

G- 5'10' Jason Hicks (5'10''-G-83, college: Walsh (OH))-Snohomish County Explosion

G- 6'1' Dominic Waters (6'1''-G-86, college: Portland St.)-Portland Showtime

Third Team

F- 6'9' Villi Dorsainvil-Tualatin Rainmakers

F- 6'7' Willie Freemann (6'7''-F-80, college: W.Carolina)- Salem Stampede

F- 6'5' Seth Tarver (6'5''-G/F, college: Oregon St.)-Portland Showtime

G- 6'4' Jason Stromvall-Tacoma Thunder

G- 6'0' Nate Jackson (6'0''-G-85, college: Cent.Washington)-Tacoma Thunder

Sixth Man of the Year: Chris Ferguson- Snohomish County Explosion
Coach of the Year: Paul Kelly - Portland Showtime
Executive of the Year: Joe Becerra - Salem Stampede   

David Blanks
NABL division players of the week named - 27 minutes ago
The North American Basketball League today named their players of the week for each divisions: NORTHEAST David Blanks (5'9''-PG, college: Clarion) - Chautauqua Hurricanes 45 points, nine rebounds, three assists, two steals SOUTHEAST Paul Parks (6'3''-G) - Georgia Kingz 30 points, two rebounds, one assist, four steals MIDWEST Cameron Mitchell(6'4''-G, college: IU Southeast) - Kentucky Enforcers 42 points, six rebounds, four steals For more information on the NABL go to www.nablbasketba...   [read more]

Week 2 Player of the Week - 12 days ago
Action in the North American Basketball League is underway and we have our first player of the week winner of 2019. Elijah Bryant (5'11''-PG-94) was the leader of a balanced attack for the DuBois Dream in their home court victory over Buffalo. Bryant scored 26 points on 11 of 17 shooting from the field. A native of Staten Island, Bryant played his college ball at the Borough-Manh. in 2014-15 before transferring to Plattsburgh State.   [read more]

Devin Wyatt
Dream adds Devin Wyatt to their roster, ex Orange Walk RR - 29 days ago
DEVIN WYATT Dubois Dream added to their roster 22-year old power forward Devin Wyatt (201-88kg-96, college: Incarnate Word). He played recently at Orange Walk Running Rebels in Belizean NEBL, but left the team in February. In three games he recorded 4.7ppg, 5.3rpg, 1.3apg, 1.3spg and 2.7bpg this season. He graduated from University of Incarnate Word in 2018 and it is his first season as a professional player. Wyatt was selected All-WJCAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2016. By Eurobas...   [read more]

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NABL Standings
Midwest Division
 1 Kentucky En. 2-0 
 2 Grand Rapids D. 1-1 
 3 Detroit C. 0-1 
 4 W.Michigan LH 0-1 
Northeast Division
 1 Lancaster Th. 2-0 
 2 Chautauqua H. 2-1 
 3 Dubois D. 2-2 
 4 Buffalo BH 0-3 
Southeast Division
 1 Charleston P. 1-0 
 2 Tennessee S. 1-1 
 3 Music City Kings 1-1 
 4 Georgia K. 0-0 
 5 Tuscaloosa T. 0-1 
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