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William Tucker Freedom Eagles

Owner:  Shaun Brown
P:  757 380 0071
Website: TBA


Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it will add the William Tucker University Freedom Eagles to the league beginning in the 2014 season.  “This has never before been done,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman.  “But the ABA is all about innovation and creativity…and we are very excited about this.  We have met a rare individual in Shaun Brown, President of William Tucker University, whose vision for the future of her school is extraordinary.”
William Tucker University is being established in honor of William Tucker, the first Black child born in America in Fort Monroe VA.  “We saw a great opportunity to move forward with a new model that includes an online university with student housing and an opportunity for part-time and full-time students to play at the professional level at the same time,” added Ms. Brown.   “We’ll be located in Newport News VA and we hope that the Freedom Eagles will become an integral part of the Peninsula and the State of Virginia.”
The Freedom Eagles will be one of nearly 100 teams in the ABA next season.  “I want people to wake up in the morning, go to school or work and brag about their team,” she commented.  “Everyone can even support the Freedom Riders this holiday season by supporting the Newport News, VA 12th North District Holiday Food Drive on Saturday December 14th.”
“We have waited to enter into the 2014 season so that there will be more time to engage the community, create fundraising opportunities for local non-profits and find the best players.  In 2014, we will provide a fun and entertaining atmosphere for families and sports fans who enjoy highly-skilled, fast-paced basketball.  We will develop and nurture relationships with our community schools, churches, and parks by establishing unique programs tailored to each individual audience.  As the William Tucker University school team, we stress education and “reaching for higher heights,:” the moto of our school.
“I was watching America’s Got Talent recently and one judge told a contestant, “You’re just what America needs right now,:” added Newman.  “And I thought that’s what the ABA is all about…the league makes job creation, community service, inclusion and affordability a priority – and having a university-based team
fits our mold.  WE are very excited about this and we are looking forward to working with Ms. Brown.”
For more information, email or call 757 380 0071 or visit
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Baltimore Hawks

Gregory Brown Jr
(410) 622-4389

Vice president
Quentin Harper
(410) 805-2715

Basketball operations/finance manager
Clifton Gillis

Marketing Director
Laksman Frank

Administrative Assistant’s
Breanna Miles
Shindonna Matthews

Head Coach
Emil (Danny) Curry
(202) 999-7545

Assistant Coaches

Terry Bryant
(410) 805-0155
Micheal Wise Sr



Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it has added Baltimore, MD to its growing list of expansion teams for the 2014 season.  “Having an ABA team in Baltimore is long overdue,” stated Joe Newman, ABA CEO.  “It is a great city with a tremendous basketball tradition and there’s a wealth of talent in Maryland.  And with the new owners, Gregory Brown and Kenneth Smith, I think we have two guys who can help maximize the potential of the team.”
Greg Brown, Jr is a native of Baltimore and began playing basketball in the 2nd grade at Brehms Lane Elementary School and went on to attend Lake Clifton/Eastern High School where he average 18.1 pts per game while his team had a record of 72-13.  He finished his senior year at Continental Academy Prep in Florida and was named first team All State.  He went on to play in the ABA before playing professionally abroad.  “My goal was to eventually own my own team,” added Brown, “And now Ken and I are ready to take the next step in our sports career.”
Ken Harris is also from Baltimore where he graduated from Thurgood Marshall High School and after becoming a certified carpenter, attended Morgan State University majoring in Civil Engineering.  “I can’t think of anything I would rather do than to bring exciting professional basketball at affordable prices teaming up with my childhood friend Greg Brown,” commented Harris.  “I know that we can make this the Baltimore Hawks something really special on and off the court.  We are very excited.”  For more information, email Gregory Brown at or call 443 560 1724 or visit  The Hawks new website should be announced shortly.


Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that the league will be returning to Indianapolis starting in November, 2014.  “Indianapolis was the birthplace of the original ABA; we had a team here in 2000-2001 when the new ABA was formed,” stated Joe Newman, ABA CEO.  “The timing wasn’t right for it..the league has grown immensely and the time is right now.  We have been waiting for the right owner and we think we have found him in Michael Mullen.”
Michael (Mike) Mullen worked in the NBA for ten years where he helped NBA franchises into the computer age.  He was the first person to fully automate an NBA franchise and was the first to create a commercial basketball website on the worldwide web when he designed and maintained the original basketball site for Prodigy, and managed an international cyber staff of more than 200 volunteer reporters.  He was recognized as the top computer analyst in professional basketball and was acknowledged by the White House and US
Mullen eventually left computers and ventured into other areas of the sporting industry.  He chaired career seminars with numerous professional teamds and with multiple USA Olympic governing bodies.  He also
authored “How to Get a Joe in Sports (Masters Press) and served as GM of historic Venice Arena, former headquarters for Barnum & Bailey Circus in Venice FL.  He currently owns Christian Sports Broadcasting Network, the first and oldest Christian Internet radio network.”
“I have a genuine passion for the ABA,” added Mullen.  “I have known Joe Newman and Dick Tinkham for many years and wondered why we did not have a team in Indianapolis.  Well, we will – and we hope to bring back the excitement of the original ABA recruiting great Hoosier players from IU, Purdue, Butler, Ball State,
IUPUI, Marian, U of Indy and other great area schools – and competing for the ABA Championship in our first year.  We’re looking at a variety of venue options.”  For more information, email
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