Monthly Archives: July 2017

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WBA Insider

The Wild have clearly pinned all their hopes on former Dino Jeremy Sims. Some claim that The Wild got the far better deal in the trade with Toronto but the Dinos have been on fire […]

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As the WBA Turns

Broderick Thompson (PF – NH) feels appreciated by ownership. He loyalty +1-20. 2) Gregory Sheridan (SF – SLC) was injured during a segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. He will be injured 1-10 days. Gregory Sheridan […]

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WBA Insiders

Since the very moment that Colorado traded for Tony Henderson it has been clear they are building the team around him. Everyone also knows that GM Marc Hameleers love defense. Rumor has it that Hameleers […]

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As the WBA Turns

Damien Bohm (SG – MIL) is left by his abusive wife and refocuses on basketball. Douglas Sigmon (C – SI) has been troubled by a stalker recently and this has affected his game. Mark Miller […]

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Divine Devine, a meeting with the Pioneers starting C.

In the trade that saw fan favorite Dragunas and budding star Carlo go, the pioneers acquired John Devine. At first expected to be the 6th man in the rotation, Devine clearly had other plans from […]

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Begley’s – Bottom of the Barrel

By Mike Begley Los Angeles Gargoyles Last season, injuries prevented the Gargoyle’s from truly showing what they were made of and now fully healthy and with more seasoning are looking to make a statement. Possessing […]

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Begley’s – Top of the Pack

By Mike Begley Here we find ourselves, full circle embarking upon another WBA chapter. With the flurry that is the off season, it is sometimes difficult to decipher just what teams came out ahead, and […]

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The rookie class of 2013, where are they now.

By Liz Lester This year the top 10 of the class of 2013 has signed their new deals, with their rookie contracts expired. In this article, we will revisit the draft, look at the expectations […]

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WBA Global Division preview

by Timmy Frenchy The Global division claimed back the title WBA best division last season with a combined win total of 252 over the East Division who had 249 total wins. But that’s not telling […]

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Shakeup in Colorado

By Liz Lester According to sources close to Marc Hameleers, a big trade that will change the course of the Pioneers franchise is in the making. With 4 solid Big Men left after the off-season, […]

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WBA Insiders

Young Vincent Miles of Seattle is likely a big part of Seattle’s future and they realize this. They also realize that as a player he needs to become a better rebounder to be an elite […]

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Building a Dynasty

By Ron Chambers The Brooklyn Rage are on top of the WBA world right now. But, this is a franchise which a history as disappointing as it is thrilling. By winning their third championship, they […]

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WBA Insiders

Jesus Morrell has been one of the standout young bigs in this league. Miami is committed to continuing to developing his talent and have put a special focus on developing his interior skills. Los Angeles […]

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Bishop Stein has found a new home in California. He is used to being on top teams and it looks like that may be the case again. Fighting Cock management seems slightly concerned that his […]

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Draft Grades 2016 Part 3

By Jerry Bollinger:             Global division:             Capetown Zulus                    Draft #                  Player                                      RTP     POT                         20                    PF Chris Messer                      78        16             `With the 20th pick the Capetown Zulus chose Chris Messer. The […]

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