Here are the teams that should form their own league:
-and 2 expansion teams down south
-and maybe Cape Cod or Montreal could be added
thats my 2 cents on the stronger ABA teams and what they should do, since according to "a1" the CBA might not be their best resort
and Dave your idea is just as good, up in the North East we could have a great league!!! and hey invite the Albany Patroons and Pittsburgh Xplosion to the league, that would be kick ass!!
But regardless of what league it is, ABA, CBA, whatever, I'm in favor of whatever league the Xplosion are in. As long as they are around for me to support them.
I have to add, though, the good part about the CBA is more potential for players who want to reach the NBA, which the ABA does not have, although the ABA is more regional, which I can relate to. But the ABA does have it's share of good teams. If another league is formed, hopefully the X will be invited to be a part of it. I don't care who we play, I love the action!
Honestly, there are pros and cons of each league, that I can see. But two other teams made the same mistake(if you call it that), only we are winning games now, unlike earlier in our season. I'm still a proud Xplosion supporter!
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I think the most viable option is the teams starting their own league as well.
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I suggest we call it the Junior National Basketball Union (JNBU: BU would be "buck" you, a nicer way of saying something else.)
and with your idea, ino the teams on the east coast can survive and have their own league, dont no to much bout the west coast teams, IMO id like to keep the league small like my east coast idea, and Dave's north east idea, u dont need 60 teams like Joe wants, 10-20 is the perfect amount, and all in the same region is even better
but everyone has great ideas maybe one of them will become a reality.......
its going to be very, very interesting in about a month in the world of minor league basketball!