Monthly Archives: May 2016

 

Passing: A Thing of Beauty

By Ron Chambers Most of the press about Brooklyn this year has been about how disappointing it is that they are trailing to Toronto. Despite having the Third best record in the East and being […]

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WBA Early Season Standings Races

By Dana Orr With the season more than a quarter way over, it is never too early to see what races are shaping up in the standings for both conferences. Western Conference: The race for […]

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As the WBA Turns

Manfred Finstermacher from the Mexico City Hellcats will miss just over a month witha broken jaw he received in practice.

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WBA’s “+/-” leaders

By Ron Chambers I was really intreagued by Mike Begley’s article the other day on the “+/-” stat. As a journalist I hadn’t looked at it too carefully but I had heard it mentionedinmy conversations […]

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As the WBA Turns

Reports from Sacramento say that Cameron Diaz is suffering from depression. Jim Koons from Capetown is suffering from Shooter’s Elbow and will miss some time on the court. Patrick O’Connor was shown on the cover […]

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Looking at the Top 10 scorers in WBA history today.

By Ron Chambers One fun thing about the WBA only being in its 13th season is that most of the leagues record holders are still active today. Here are a look at the top 10 […]

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Falsified Evidence and Hackers Revealed

By Ron Chambers Like so many things that Zagrieb Zano writes he did it before he wrote it before hehad all the facts. But, don’t worry WBA fans. Ron Chambers is here to set the […]

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As the WBA turns

Ajan Estay of the Seoul Dragons was on the cover of SPorts illustrated as a face of the future for the WBA. Reportedly, the experience and public recognitions has done wonders for his confidence. Free […]

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Drug Scandal in Salt Lake?

By Zagrieb Zano Earlier today, news broke of what appeared to be a scandalous series of messages between SLC Fanatics GM Brad Bangerter, and an unnamed GM. While this is truly news worthy, knowing Mr. […]

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Breaking, Breaking Steroids in Salt Lake City

By Ron Chambers One of the benefits of being a long time WBA reporter is that news gets leaked to me. Today, I was sent a screen shot from a confidential source. According to the […]

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Wild Streaking

By: Don Champion (The Don) Who has the second longest winning streak in the WBA? Yes you guessed it the Wild. They are on a seven game winning streak. Is this something to be happy […]

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Ain’t No Luck

By Mike Begley As a card game aficionado if I’ve learned anything it’s that anyone can win but some tend to win more hands than others. No matter the cards, we make our own luck. […]

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Diamonds in the Rough

By Ron Chambers The Brooklyn Rage began the season dominant and then faltered with a four game losing streak. But, they seem to have returned to form. Will it last? I think so but in […]

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VINTAGE WBA: BEST SEASON EVER (part 1)

BY KRIS SAGER Maybe you have heard about that little league called NBA. They are celebrating one of their team breaking the record of won games in the regular season. It made me think about […]

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What the Rage is happening!?!

By Ron Chambers Not long ago the Brooklyn Rage were the toast of the WBA. The talk was about how dominant they are. Then suddenly after an 9-1 start they go on a four game […]

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