Orange County Gladiators Announce Upcoming Player Tryout Camp
Aliso Viejo, CA (August 29, 2007) - The Orange County Gladiators of the American Basketball Association (ABA) will be holding it's 2nd player tryout camp on Saturday, September 15, 2007 from 3:00PM PST - 6:00PM PST at:
1530 Concordia West
Irvine, CA 92612-3299
Head Coach & Director of Basketball Operations Marc Joffe and Assistant Coach, player and former NBA power forward Tony Farmer will be conducting the camp looking for players to complete the roster with the single goal of bringing an ABA championship to Orange County. "The Gladiators are determined on bringing the best available talent to the county", states Coach Joffe. "Additionally, our organization is committed to providing our players the greatest opportunity for a championship as well as an avenue to advance their careers".
A fee of $100 (cash only) and a completed application and release form (forms to be provided at the tryout) will be required prior to participation in the tryout.
Tickets for the upcoming season are available at www.ocgladiators.com.
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