Monthly Archives: February 2017

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As the WBA Turns

John Van Horne (C – SAC) has been working hard in the gym. He seems to be getting stronger.  Angel Rojas (PF – PAR) is diagnosed with cancer. It is very advanced and on the […]

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Ranking the backcourts (II)

By Turk Moran   Here are positions 20 to 11.   20-Las Vegas Gamblers   PG: Shane Strom 2014: 15 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 15.4 PER, 23.8 USG SG: Matias Gutierrez 2014: 14.2 PPG, 4.5 RPG, […]

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Euro Division Predictions

by Zagrieb Zano Barcelona Counts Barcelona has spent the last two seasons batting .500. If this was baseball that makes them pretty good. Unfortunately, in basketball, that only allows you to sniff the playoffs, and […]

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The tanking diaries

Every season, a lot of races are run at the same time in the WBA, you have 4-5 teams trying to win the championship, another 4-5 thinking they can fight for it, even when they […]

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Ranking the backcourts

Ranking the backcourts By Turk Moran   Basketball is becoming a sport dominated by guards and won on the perimeter. So, as the new WBA season begins, we decided to look at the different starting […]

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Barcelona Counts 2015-16 Season Preview

By Xavier Xicola   Last season the Barcelona Counts struggled for much the season, finishing 32-48. This was largely due to poor personnel moves made by general manager Corey Daubanton, such as trading their longtime […]

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As the WBA Turns

Jevon Carter has been in the local news a lot since he arrived in Gabon. The prevailing narrative is that he has some undisclosed personal issues that have lead to some wild living recently. Gabon […]

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East Division 2015 Preview

By Ron Chambers  This division may be the class of the WBA. The last two champions are in this division and Brooklyn is probably better this year. Boston is also a team on the rise. […]

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Central Division 2015 Preview

By Ron Chambers This division struggled last year. But, there has been a lot of improvement in this division, especially for the lower teams. This will make for an interesting season. Omaha Wild The Wild […]

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West Division 2015 Preview

By Ron Chambers This may be one of the more competitive divisions. Alaska is the worst franchise in league history but they are under new management who is shaking things up. Las Vegas was the surprise […]

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Euro Division 2015 Preview

London Disco This team was a disappointment last year. The season started with high expectations but it didn’t happen. Again there are high expectations this year. They can’t falter two years in a row. Can […]

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Pacific Division 2015 Preview

By Ron Chambers This division is in danger of being a dumpster fire. Tokyo was the leader last year and has been a longtime powerhouse. But, they obliterated their team this summer and will be […]

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Golbal Division 2015 Preview

By Ron Chambers Mexico City Hellcats Mexico City is a team in a tough division trying to find their way. They loss of Casey Pointer is huge for them. They did replace him with the […]

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WBA Global Division preview

by Timmy Frenchy The East Division in the USA conference can now claim the title of best division in the WBA. Last season they had the most wins total and they could be even better […]

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Offseason grades. Global Division

By Turk Moran   Global division   Cancun Outlaws Returning: Parker Mason, Ahmed Dougherty, Justin Hill, Kent Mercer, Reed Moses, Mark Carr, Jalon Clair, Joe Brennan, Arthur Baldwin, Eliseo Hays Incoming: Craig Bradshaw, Brendan Dawson, […]

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