Monthly Archives: October 2016

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As the WBA Turns

Harry Kramer (SF – FRA) has offered to renegotiate his contract. He agreed to lower his contract almost half a million a year to allow Frankfurt more room to acquire better talentthis off season. LaKar Everidge […]

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As the WBA Turns

Coomas Neetar (PF – SEO) has gained confidence in his long range shooting. Abel Windsor (PG – NY) seems to have been underestimted by scouts. He has a real sense for offensive rebounding. Gregory Anderson […]

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As the WBA Turns

Donovan McCormick (C – NY) was arrested for sexual assault. He will miss time due to court appearance.

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As the WBA Turns

Jerry Bramson (PF – SYD) seems to have been underestimted by scouts. He seems to have a better mid-range shotthat thought.

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Can Alaska beat Tokyo? “Impossible”, says Commissioner Reynoso

GSPN contacted Commissioner Reynoso about this article. He responded simply, “Those quotes aren’t real. Support Alaska or Die writes some fun articles but they are about as reliable as the Onion.”

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As the WBA Turns

McKinley Polivick (SF – FA) seems to have been under estimted by scouts. He sparks of ball handling genius. Harry Jarvis (SG – ALB) was arrested for possession of marijuana. He will miss time due […]

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As the WBA turns

Roy Base (PF – NEB) passes kidney stone. He will miss about 2 1/2 weeks. Nikos Atirides (PG – AND) seems to have been underestimted by scouts. He shows sparks of ball handling genius. Wally Birkhead […]

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Intercontinental Basketball Federation 6

By Luca Fekete The Intercontinental Basketball Federation has six players from its many leagues that are thinking about entering the WBA. This year group of players is made up of veteran players with more experience […]

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Unrest in Barcelona During Tough Start To Road Trip

By Clara Roca At a 7-6 record, the Barcelona Counts were to embark on a seven game road trip that was to show where the team is at this point of the season. With games […]

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Walter Callaway (PF – Wild) is on the cover of Sports Illustrated. He seems to be playing with more confidence. Angelo Bacchi (SF – Hitmen) has been working hard in the gym. Marcel Toland (SG – […]

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2014 Previews: World- Pacific

By Ron Chambers Tokyo Devils (56-24 last year) This is the one team in this division that was a power house last year and there is no evidence that will change. Bishop Stein is in the […]

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Barcelona Counts 2014 Season Preview

By Clara Roca After spending five years in the tiny European country of Andorra, pressures against smaller markets, from teams in larger markets along with broadcast partner GSPN, encouraged franchise ownership, led by Octavio Ellis, […]

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2014 Previews: World- Euro

By Ron Chambers Albacete Burning Hell (38-42 last year) Albacete has been a stand out franchise in the WBA for years. In 12 years of existence last year was the only one where they ever […]

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Joe Torney (SF – Hellcats) has shown signs of an earlier injury affecting his game.

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2014 Previews: USA- West

By Ron Chambers Last year not a single team in this conference had a winning record. Will that change now that they have all been trown together? Rainmakers (31-49 last year) Between the draft, trades […]

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