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Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that the Sacramento Heatwave has moved to Madera, California and will change the team’s name to the California Heatwave.  Madera is located just north of Fresno and the team will play in both the Southern California and Northern California divsions.
“The Heatwave is the oldest team in the ABA, heading into its 10th season,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman.
“They have been a great team for many years.  Reggie Davis, the owner is from Central  California and has been eager to “move home” with his team.”
“I really am happy to be returning to the Central Valley and their avid sports fans,” added Davis.  “California Heatwave is a great depiction and representation of the Central Valley and the entire Golden State.  We’re proud of the name change and happy to be back providing great professional basketball, fun and entertainent and all at affordable prices for everyone.  Madera is a great community of people and families with a supportive spirit.  We welcome and embrace them and we invite their suggestions, resources and participation in helping to make our 10th season our best.
The Heatwave also announced that they will be having their first and only open tryout for the 2013 season on
November 9th at 1pm at Liberty High School, 12220 Road 36, Madera, CA 93636,  Registration information is available at . Cost is $99.  Or call 559 779 0100 or visit

Blueprint For Success

Indianapolis. IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it has  formed a strategic partnership with Blueprint for Success, a multi-platform  comprehensive student-athlete development program designed to help millions of  student-athletes nationwide. “We are very pleased with this  relationship,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman.  “Blueprint for Success goals are  to impact the futures  of millions of  student-athletes in the US  between the ages of 12-23, working with 19,000 high schools as well as NCAA Div  1, 2, 3 and NAIA universities and colleges.  A great idea and we are proud  to be a part of it.”
“Our mission is to implement Blueprint for Success into every Boys and  Girls Club, YMCA, middle school, high school and college in the US,” stated  Seneca Blue, Founder and Director of Blueprint for Success.  “We will offer  services never provided for student-athletes in terms of development, education,  preparation, prevention, life skills and opportunities.  We are making this  a nationwide initiative and an innovative movement to impact student athletes  and effect their future success.  Having the support of the ABA is  important to us as and we are pleased and  proud to be a part of the ABA  family.”
Blueprint for Success will be launching a major interactive website  shortlly. For now, you can get more information by visiting or or emailing Seneca at or visiting


Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today  announced its pre-season Power Rankings and last year’s league champion, the  Jacksonville Giants, topped the list.  “With two consecutive league  championships, there was only one choice,” stated Joe Newman, ABA CEO.   “And we have a very strong league this year with some fabulous teams.  With  nearly 90 teams competing, it was difficult to rank the teams, and we’ve  included a combination of experienced ABA teams with some brand new teams that  have put together extraordinary rosters of Division 1, 2 and 3 players, former  NBA players and top international players.  No doubt, you’ll see a lot of  movement in the Power Rankings when the season begins in November…and a lot of  new teams hitting the top 32.  We’re also pleased to welcome back the  Shreveport/Bossier Mavericks (formerly the Southwest Texas Mavericks) two time  ABA champions.
1.  Jacksonville Giants
2.  North Dallas Vandals
3.  Shreveport/Bossier Mavericks
4.  Colorado Kings
5.  South Carolina Warriors
6.  Arizona Scorpions
7.  Calgary Crush
8.  Chicago Steam
9.  Jersey Express
10.Gulf Coast Flash
11. Los Angeles Slam
12. Richmond Elite
13. Texas FUEL
14. South Florida Gold
15. Atlanta Wildcats
16. Seattle Mountaineers
17. San Diego SURF
18. Bay Area Matrix
19. 7-City Knights
20. Atlanta Aliens
21. Lynchburg Legends
22. South Texas Stingrays
23. Sacramento Heatwave
24. Missouri Rhythm
25. South Florida Spartans
26. Conway Cyclones
27. Fresno Griffins
28. Memphis Bluff City Reign
29. West Texas Whirlwinds
30. New York JAMM
31. Mobile Bay Tornadoes
32. Inland Empire Invaders
“Are there other teams that could be, should be in the top 32,” continued  Newman, “of course.  With nearly 90 teams competing for the ABA  Championship, there are many other teams that could easily be ranked – and the  way that they can get into the top 32 is very easy – play games, win games – and  move on up.”
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Lakewood Panthers

OWNER:Dave Williams

Lakewood, WA

Bronx Holy Flames

Team Owners Information:
Frankie Junior Quinones- Owner
Contact Number-1(646) 465-4844
Giovanni Concepcion- Owner
Contact Number- 1(646) 300-0888
Angelo Melendez- Owner
Contact Number- 1(347) 842-6452
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