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Ballers announce team roster

November 7, 2006 - American Basketball Association (ABA) - Twin City Ballers News Release

Benton Harbor, MI. The ABA Twin City Ballers have announced their 2006-2007 roster, and according to GM Corey Sterling, "We are very comfortable with this team - and they proved themselves ready with an opening win."

Prentice McGruder, 6-3 guard from University of California Berkeley
Bryan Doss, 6-7 forward from University of Detroit
Corey Childs, 6-6 forward from Tulane University
Derek Weaver, 6-3 guard from Aquinas College
Bryant Lyles, 6-6 forward from McKendree College
Curtis McFall, 6-4 guard/forward from Wichita State University
Michael LeBlanc, 6-8 forward from UCONN
Quinell Brown, 6-6 forward from Auburn University
Glen Keller, 6-2 guard from Missouri State St. Louis
Derrick McDonald, 6-4 guard from Kennedy King JC
Keith Hampton, 6-6 guard/forward from Xavier University
John Hunt, 5-11 guard from Eastern Washington Univeristy
Elwood Wilson, 6-10 center from Olive Harvey JC
Robert Paxton, 602 guard from Ohio University
Remington Stewart, 6-4 guard/forward from Benedictine College

Asst Coaches: Myron Guyton, Johnell Williams, Taron Youngblood, Dion Powell
Head Coach: Peter Jackson
General Manager: Corey Sterling

For more information, email csterling@twincityballers.com or visit www.twincityballers.com or www.abalive.com.

Note: OurSports Central no longer actively covers the American Basketball Association (ABA) as a professional league due in part to its inability to publish and play a schedule and the transitory nature of many of its teams. For information on professional minor leagues, please see OSC's basketball section.

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