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Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it has added a second team in West Texas, the Permian Basin Obvious Culture located in Odessa, TX.  “We have some great teams in Texas,” stated Joe Newman, ABA CEO. “But the West Texas Whirlwinds have been
the only team in West Texas and it has made travel difficult.  Now, with the Permian Basin Obvious Culture, we have another and hopefully additional teams there for next season.  And we are very pleased with the new owner, a young entrepreneur with a love of basketball and business, the perfect combination.”
Tyrone Moorer had great success as a player for Permian High School where he was a 2-year varsity starter with a 20.2 scoring average, 88% from the 3-pt line and 92% from the foul line.  This led to  2 All Tournament Awards and All District in 2009.   The oldest of eight kids and the father of one, Tyrone went into business opening a recording studio and a barber shop – which is where the name Permian Basin Obvious Culture
came from.
“We have some great players in West Texas, and I intend to play also,” stated Moorer.  “But I know that the basketball team is only one part of the equation and there is much to do on the business and community side also.  We intend to be a great all around organization on and off the court and are excited about this
opportunity – a dream come true – and at such an early age too.”  For more information, visit or call 432 202 8610 or email or visit  And watch for an announcement about tryouts and employment/9ntern opportunities.

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Adrian Provost – Owner
Duck Richards – General Manager



SPECIAL MOMENT: Last night at the Ronald McDonald house in Loma Linda Davie Champagnie (an ABA Basketball Player) made one lucky girl’s night the most amazing night ever!! It will be a moment she will remember for the rest of her life.

Davie is an ABA player that has won a championship while playing college basketball which is something that only a FEW college players can say they have accomplished. Davie was a huge part of winning that championship and last night it was all meaningless compared to the struggle the families go through at the Ronald McDonald Houses around the world.

Davie spent time to speak with one of the girls that was staying at the home in Loma Linda, CA. He took the time to listen to her story and by the end of the night he felt in his heart that she would get more strength from having his ring and he gave it to her without blinking an eye. It was a moment where you could feel the blessings all around you and there wasn’t a dry eye in the room (including myself which has been extremely rare in my lifetime)

I am proud to say that I had a chance to witness such a life changing event. These are the type people that make up the core fabric of the American Basketball League in our southern California division and I am proud to say that I am a part of it. The ABA is MUCH MORE that just a game and Davie Champagnie (who plays for the Inland Empire Invaders) is a perfect example of what we can do when we are in support of each other. Davie Champagnie is my NEW “Lord Of The Ring”.


Basketball Franchise

Milton B. Hobbs

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 • 10:56pm

EAST ORANGE, NJ – Marsha Blount, owner of Jersey Express (New Jersey’s only professional basketball team) met with members of the city to offer youth groups from East Orange opportunities to actively participate at the team’s upcoming home games.

The Jersey Express is a member of the revamped American Basketball Association (ABA). The ABA was extremely popular many years ago. The league popularized the red, white and blue ball and showcased some of the most exciting players in the history of the game, including Julius ‘Dr. J’ Erving, George ‘Ice’ Gervin, Connie Hawkins, Dan Issel, Artis Gilmore, and David Thompson.

The team’s owner, Marsha Blount, made history when in 2005 she purchased the team and became the first African American female to own a professional male sports team. An athlete herself, Blount came to East Orange to seek support for her team and to extend an opportunity for the youths of the city to engage players, perform at halftime and even assist in administration at levels unimaginable with the rival NBA league.

In a brief statement, Blount spoke of the support outgoing Mayor Robert Bowser had given her and was optimistic that Mayor-Elect Lester Taylor would be amenable to offering his support as well. “Though the games are played at Shabazz High School in Newark, The Express is Jersey’s team…New Jersey’s only professional team,” she reminded her listeners.

For more information about the Jersey Express, visit