Bon Voyage

Breaking news out of Nigeria, GM Rob Arnold steps down, citing that he doesn’t think he is the right fit for the team and thinks it would in the best interest for the team to move forward.  Arnold wanted to thank the organization for giving him the opportunity but after multiple attempts to improve the […]

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2020 WBA Playoff first round predictions

by Timmy Frenchie World Conference Only two teams were in the chase for the Conference top spot, but they fiercely battled all season long for it. In the end, Albacete came out on top of Paris by a slight margin of 2 games. Only 5 games separate teams between the 3rd and the 7th playoffs […]

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THE Playoff Preview

By Ron Chambers I felt going into these playoffs that they were very different than last year. But, I was wrong. 13 of the 16 teams in the playoffs were in the playoffs last year. What is different is that three of the top four teams in the World Conference were not in the top […]

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Race to Defensive Player of the Year

By Mike Begley The old cliché goes “defense wins championships.” I say 4,400 arena club seats win championships. But getting back to basketball; offense and defense are equal denominators. The aim is not necessarily to score at an ease greater than the opponent. The aim is to score more than the opponent in any way […]

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Race to Rookie of the Year

By Mike Begley In this edition of the Begley Print, we look to get acquainted with some of the league’s “best” young talent as we examine the favorites for rookie of the year. Given, many top rookies in the draft are taking the long road to the WBA via the revered Developmental League, and granted […]

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As the WBA Turns

Darnell Kern (PG – MC) He got a tattoo of WBA Championship trophy. This seems to be a huge motivator for him. Steven Frazier (C – SJ) Tasted alcohol for the first time and has been seen buying aluminum cans from a liquor store. A bad habit may be starting.

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Mid-Year Grades

By Mike Begley Here we address the age old question: are you getting the bang for your buck? In this analysis we hope to offer an alternate angle to examine what it means to run a successful franchise. Any team with an unlimited bank account can put forth a winner on the floor but is […]

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Midseason Award Favorites

By the ever-opinionated Stefon B. Smythe MVP Lonny Jordan – Albacete – 29.0 PPG, 10.4 RPG, 4.0 APG Jeremy Sims – Kansas City – 28.6 PPG, 10.3 RPG, 3.5 APG, 3.4 BPG Hassan Watt – California – 28.7 PPG, 7.7 RPG, 5.0 APG, 2.0 APG, 1.4 BPG Jarius Miles – Brooklyn – 24.2 PPG, 10.4 […]

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Way Too Early GM of the Year

The Favorites: Adrian Arceo – Paris Honey Bees                            Current Record: 28-9 Case: The Honey Bees are on pace to exceed last season’s win total by 20 or more games.  That is an impressive growth.  Last season the Honey Bees missed the playoffs.  This season, they are a top five team in the league and […]

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