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Bahama All Pro Show Adds Four Players To Roster

November 23, 2008 - American Basketball Association (ABA) - Bahama Pro Show News Release

Nassau, Bahamas. The ABA Bahama All Pro Show is proud to announce the addition of four new players to their roster when the team begins play this season. They are:

Zack Logan, 6'7 guard/forward, a former standout at Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana.

Michael Pryon, a 6' guard who played at Tampa Tech.

Kedero Thompson, a 6'4 forward from Success Training College in Nassau, Bahamas.

Kyheil Roberts, a 6'3 combo guard from Success Training College in Nassau, Bahamas.

Head Coach Steven "Stretch" Culmer said he is very proud of the guys we have recruited this year and once they go out and play the game with all of their talent, heart and the system I have been working out with them, no problem, we should be good.

Owner and General Manager Ricardo Smith said he is also please with these players . "I see winning. Coach is really going to have a tough time selecting a first five because these guys all look good. I just want to encourage the Bahamian fan base to get ready to see basketball at its best when we hit the floor. The ABA has put together something special this year in a group of owners and teams that are really committed to delivering to their fans. I just want our fans to show the rest of the world how we do it in the Bahamas. We have the team to win it all, now it's on our fans." For more information, visit or

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