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Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it has added the Oceanside A-Team to begin play next season.  “This is a very special team,” stated ABA CEO.Joe Newman.   “The A-Team stands for autism – and the support and awareness of autism that owner Jeffrey Stein will provide with his ABA team as a vehicle.  We are very pleased and and proud to have them in the ABA.”
Jeffrey Stein is an attorney with more than 30 years experience in the legal profession and business world.
He is CEO of BajaGoldCo,Inc, which has the rights to the Rens-Diaz gold mine  in Real Del Castillo, Baja Mexico.  He is also the Owner of International Legal Consultants as well as the Chairman and Founder of Jobs for Autism Inc an organization that helps those with autism find good jobs.   :”I am truly excited about being a part of the ABA.  I am a basketball fan.  But I am doing this because I truly believe that it can be a great way to create more awareness of autism and to help educate the public about autism, and hopefully to raise money for autism research.  We are going to do some things at our games that have not been done before to achieve these goals.  The support we’ve received from the Oceanside community since our initial
plans were announced has been nothing short of phenomenal and we appreciate the way the ABA has worked with us to help make this happen.  Watch out for the A-Team.”
For more information, contact Jeffrey Stein at 858 829 4507 or email or visit


Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA), today announced that it has added a team in Libertyville IL (a suburb of Chicago) to its fast-growing roster of expansion teams for the upcoming season.  “We’re really pleased to have another team in the Chicago Metro area,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman.  “With the Chicago Steam, Chicago Stars and the Chicago Court Kingz, it is almost a division in itself, and the fans of Chicago will have plenty of opportunities to see exciting professional basketball at affordable prices featuring so many local stars.”
The Libertyville Vipers will be owned by Rachel Johnson-White (RJ) who is currently CEO of on of Michigan’s largest credit and debt counseling firms which helps thousands of people with credit repair, budgeting, avoiding foreclosure, student loan assistance and reducing debit.  Rachel is also a radio host for FMR Radio, owner of Zone 10 Shoes and Fashions (a fashion retailer for tall women) and is currently a contributing write one of New York’s best selling men’s magazines, “Suave Mag.”   She was previously a grant writer for MI Community Resource Center.  RJ holds a degree in accounting.
“I am a “networking junkie,” stated RJ.  “I have an extensive network of over 635,456 listeners, business owners,” added RJ.  “We’re going to make our ABA team something special with a new approach to
community, a new approach to marketing.  This is going to be great fun and I am looking forward to the challenge.”  For more information, call RJ White at 647 281 5091 or email
or visit


MBB: Former Viking John Raquel continues career in ABA

John Raquel (2) defends during an Invader game earlier this season. (Photo credit: Paula Raquel)

A former Valley City State men’s basketball player is continuing his career in the American Basketball Association. Point guard John Raquel, who last season helped the VCSU men’s basketball team to the NAIA National Tournament, is playing this season with the ABA’s Inland Empire Invaders in Riverside, Calif. Raquel was one of five seniors on last year’s VCSU men’s basketball squad that ended a 26-year drought at VCSU with the program’s first national tournament appearance since 1986. He played two seasons at VCSU, posting career averages of 11 points and 3.3 assists per game.  With the Invaders, Raquel is averaging about 20 minutes a game and scoring about 11 points per game. His team is coming off a 117-96 victory over the San Diego Surf on Jan. 4. Coming up on Jan. 18, the Invaders will host a team from Gangnam, Korea – a sister city of Riverside.  The Inland Empire Invaders are currently 5-7 and in fourth place out of five teams in the Southern California Division. In the latest ABA Power Rankings, the Invaders are rated 24th in the league of 60-plus teams. More information on the ABA is available at