View Full Version : The Rosters Please

not so fast
01-02-2008, 04:29 PM
I think with teams about to play, it would seem that each team should be able at least post their rosters on their websites by now. In addition, the CBA does a real good job of keeping their rosters current and all player transactions current. I can only hope the PBL is not like the IBL in that regard, with no one knowing who is on what team.

To keep the rosters current, that should be pretty easy. If they cant at least do that then how can the players really have a chance of anyone knowing where they are playing, or how they are doing, and in case the PBL officials didn't know this, no player wants to be a lifetime PBL player.

Maybe they Should contact the CBA office and get some pointers of how to do this, as well as keeping stats. If these things are not in place, then these players are not really far removed from the ABA, except maybe fewer cancelled games.

This league does have promise, but they must do some of the very basic things or it will be viewed as just another start up league that could end after one or two seasons.

okay, let the games begin!!!!

01-02-2008, 04:50 PM
Rochester-- http://www.razorsharks.com/teamphotos.htm

Wilmington-- http://www.wilmingtonseadawgs.com/roster.htm

Reading-- http://www.readingrailers.com/roster.php

Jacksonville-- http://www.jaxjam.com/theJam/team-roster.html

Chicago-- http://chicagothrowbacks.com/_wsn/page2.html

Rockford-- http://www.rockfordfury.com/dsp_roster.cfm

Arkansas-- http://www.arkansasimpactbasketball.com/roster.html

Maryland-- http://www.marylandnighthawks.com/roster.htm

Quad City-- http://www.qcriverhawks.com/roster.html

*Well Dallas is the only team w/o a roster posted

01-02-2008, 08:52 PM
Thanks for summary tbayz. I thought I had seen most of their rosters at one point. It would be interesting to look at numbers of D1 level players vs. the CBA. I expect perhaps fewer on average, but at quick look, I see about an average of 7 or so D1 players per team on the rosters I spotchecked (which was not all of them.) #s of D1 players I know isn't fully telling, but an interesting comparison nonetheless.