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Gwinnett Majic move to a new league and city: Indianapolis Majic - Jul 3, 2018


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Travis
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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
7/3/2018

Gwinnett Majic move to a new league and city: Indy Majic

The Gwinnett Majic officially announced their move to participate in the Universal Basketball Association (UBA) for the 2018-19 season. The Majic will relocate to Indianapolis to join the Northern Conference of the UBA.

The Majic spent the last decade as part of the World Basketball Association (WBA), and reigned as league champions for 3 years of their tenure, including three consecutive championships in the last four seasons. Their move from the WBA to the UBA signals an upgrade in competition as the UBA has set its level of play second only to the G-League (NBA Developmental League). Brandon Williams is the current owner of the new Indy Majic.

"Brandon was our first priority of the offseason", said Commissioner Travis McAvene . The WBA was the best minor league in the country between 2005-09. With Brandon operating the top club, it was a no-brainer to sign him.

After an impressive 3 straight WBA Championships, the Majic had a combined record of 48 wins and 6 losses in their stint in the WBA. At one time they were even considered one of the top Minor/Pro Basketball franchises in the US; helping countless players find jobs playing basketball professionally overseas and giving back to the community in Gwinnett GA right outside of Atlanta.

"Now I'm in Indiana the place where basketball is king and the passion for what I have done in the past is still in my blood", said Williams. In my mind I always had a plan to get back into the community and help out but I never thought it would be in a different state. The UBA and definitely the relationships I've developed over the years played a big role in getting back out here and doing what I love. I had success in Atlanta for 4 years with a amazing franchise and players and staff. Now it's time to bring some of that Majic to another city and see what kind of impact we can provide for a city and state like Indianapolis IN. 2019 will be here before you know it and stay tuned for more details as they come out in the following weeks to months.

For more information about the Indy Majic follow us @ www.ubanow.com   





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