Monthly Archives: May 2017

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WBA Playoffs – Round 2 – USA

by Zagrieb Zano In what proved to be a first round of the higher seed winning each of their respective playoff series. Instead of some exciting storylines, the writers around the league will have to […]

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WBA Playoffs – Round 2 – World Conference

by Zagrieb Zano What a great series of first round playoff games we have been able to witness. While some went exactly what the so-called experts predicted, others nobody could have guessed. There is a […]

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Dissecting Round 2

by Ron Chambers After the first round, I am pleased with how my picks turned out. I was correct on 7 of the 8 series. I have to admit that Las Vegas beating Boston really […]

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D-LEAGUE CONTROVERSY

By Mike Begley As I scribble these notes in Cairo, Egypt on a connecting flight from Nairobi to Florence, the desert Tutankhamun night refreshes our spirit. In perhaps the most controversial game in WBA D-league […]

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Dynamic Duos

By Ron Chambers When I was doing my research on the WBA frontcourts and backcourts, I decided it would be interesting to also look at the top duos in the league. This article will look […]

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WBA Front Courts- Part 2

By Ron Chambers And now for the better half! 15) Barcelona (51.6): Marc White (11.9), Ellis Law (13.8), Isaac Rice (25.9) Isaac Rice is the heart of Barcelona and when he got hurt for 17 […]

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WBA Front Courts- Part 1

by Ron Chambers I published the top Backcourts according to the PER ratings prior to the end of the season. Here are the top frontcourts…well actually numbers 30 through 16. 30) Sydney (31.4): Ruben Sax (9.4), […]

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Parsing the Playoffs- USA Conference

USA #1 Brooklyn vs #8 Sacramento It is weird to say but, this has been a disappointing season for Brooklyn. It is their fourth straight sixty win season and they improved from 68 to sixty-nine […]

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Parsing the Playoffs- World Conference

By Ron Chambers I’ll be honest when I look at some of the playoff predictions I see, I don’t see a lot of rational thought behind them. I will try to change that with these […]

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Ranking WBA players- Backcourts Part 2

By Ron Chambers The WBA is really a guard driven league right now. So, take some time to dig into these guard pairings who make up the top half of the backcourts in the WBA. There […]

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Who Is The Most Feared Team In The WBA Playoffs?

By Jerry Bollinger At what seems to be at light speed, the WBA is closing out another year of regular season play. As quoted by rookie David Carlo of the Colorado Pioneers. “It just seems […]

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The most feared teams in the WBA

By Jerry Bollinger At was seems to be at light speed, the WBA is closing out another year of regular season play. As quoted by rookie David Carlo of the Colorado Pioneers. “It just seems […]

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Playoffs – World

By Zagieb Zano #1 Toronto Dinos vs # 8 Osaka Fugu Last season’s runner up, Toronto has not only reloaded, but it would dare say they are better than last season. Toronto had a golden […]

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Playoffs – USA

by Zagrieb Zano #1 Brooklyn Rage vs # 8 Sacramento Fighting Cocks Brooklyn once again enters the playoffs as the overall number one seed with a league-best 69 wins against 11 losses. While they did […]

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Quick Look at the 2016 WBA Playoffs

Jim Shu’s Playoff Predictions PTSN Writer Jim Shu give his take on the upcoming playoffs, round by round and series-by-series. Conference Quarter-Finals World Conference #1 Toronto Dinos vs #8 Osaka Fugu Osaka has a one […]

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