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 2 Bernard Parks22.0 
 3 AD Duncan21.9 
 4 CJ Foster20.8 
 5 Tony Omotayo20.0 
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 2 Tony Omotayo11.2 
 3 Dwayne Soders11.0 
 4 Marcus Walker10.8 
 5 Dorian Purnell9.8 
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 2 Daylon Guy6.6 
 3 Jamaal Newman5.8 
 4 A'Daeron Duncan4.9 
 5 Ant Oxley4.0 
  
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 2 Daylon Guy3.0 
 3 Freddie Williams2.7 
 4 Bernard Parks2.3 
 5 Bijan Dotson2.2 
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 2 Danny Friend2.2 
 3 Vernon Payne2.1 
 4 JaMorris Gaines2.0 
 5 Dwayne Soders2.0 
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Day 5 (Regular Season)

Mar.31: Cleveland H  ----  Austin G.
Mar.31: Temple C.  68-62  Shine City
Mar.31: Capital City  ----  Shine City
Mar.31: Georgia V.  72-92  Atlanta Sava
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Mar.30: SC Celtics  ----  SC Cardinals
Mar.30: Baton Rouge  ----  La SC
Mar.30: Indiana G.  115-146  Cincinnati M
Universal Basketball Association Welcome the Cincinnati Movement: 2018-19 Season - Feb 7, 2019


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DAVID WALLS
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David Walls Reports:
2/7/2019

The Universal Basketball Association (UBA) announced today that it has added the Cincinnati Movement out of Ohio to its growing list of expansion teams for the 2018-2019 season. 'We're very excited that Brian Strayhorn is in management this season,' stated UBA commissioner Michael Davis. The team will be based out of Cincinnati, OH. Brian Strayhorn, Kenneth McCoy (5'7''-PG, college: Cinc.-Clermont) and Tim Hester have been appointed head coach and General Manager (s) of the Movement this coming season.

"The Cincinnati Movement is here", said Brian Strayhorn. Our semi-pro basketball team's focus is to provide the city of Cincinnati with high quality basketball entertainment while providing an avenue for males to play at the next level in a competitive and enriching atmosphere.

The Movement will be led by rookie guard Kenneth McCoy, Willie Moore (6'3''-G-93, college: Miami, OH) and former NBA G-League player Elijah Pittman (6'9''-F-91, college: Marshall). The Cincinnati Movement Home games will be held at the legendary Western Hills High School, 2144 Ferguson Road, Cincinnati, OH 45238.

'The Movement's mission is to provide high quality basketball & enrichment programming to youth & adults, through implementing values of hard work, respect, and care in all we do. Be a part of The Movement!" - Brian Strayhorn, Co-Owner/GM of The Cincinnati Movement.

www.themovementbasketball.com

Courtesy of: www.ubanow.com

  




Brendon
Pringle
Brendon Pringle (ex B.Loewen) agreed terms with GIE Maile Matrix - 15 days ago
GIE Maile Matrix inked 22-year old British swingman Brendon Pringle (192-95kg-96/">). He played recently at B.Loewen in German Landesliga. In 20 games he recorded very impressive stats: 20.9ppg, 4.6rpg and 2.0apg this season. The Matrix added Pringle for the 2019 UBA Playoffs in Houston, Texas. Pringle has played also professionally in Lebanon (Chabibeh Sporting Club), Germany (B.Loewen) and United Kingdom (Mets). By Eurobasket Data Center Check also Complete Transfers List in UBA   [read more]

Michael
Davis
Coach Davis Returns and Seeks first International Cup - 18 days ago
In an exciting development for the Narahino Chiba Seals Basketball Club, Coach Michael Davis will return to lead the Japanese in the 2019 Liga Mediterranean Cup in Barcelona, Spain. Davis has already achieved a tremendous amount of success coaching at the domestic level, particularly when he was the Head Coach of the Georgia PRIME in the Universal Basketball Association (UBA). He was one of the youngest coaches in minor league history (26) to capture several minor league championships in...   [read more]

David
Tillman
Cleveland Havok tabs rookie David Tillman in his first year in pro basketball - 2 months ago
Cleveland Havok inked power forward David Tillman (208-98kg). Tillman just graduated from Ark.-Pine Bluff (NCAA). He has played there for the last five years. Tillman helped them to make it to the final after they ended regular season as second best team. So his pro career will start in the States. By Eurobasket Data Center Check also Complete Transfers List in UBA   [read more]


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