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Big Cat Records Rap Label Owner Buys WBA Team The Marietta Storm

June 14, 2010 - World Basketball Association (WBA) - Marietta Storm News Release

Big Cat Records' owner Melvin Breeden is venturing into the world of professionally sports as the new owner of The Marietta Storm.

Tomorrow (June 15th), Breeden will host an event at STATS Sports Bar & Restaurant in downtown Atlanta, where he will reveal the new roster of players for The Marietta Storm.

The Marietta Storm is a World Basketball Association (WBA) Exposure League basketball team.

Through the WBA, over 400 players have transitioned into professional sports in the United States and abroad.

Players like the Josh Powell (LA Clippers), Kyle Davis (New Jersey Nets) and Jamario Moon (Cleveland Cavaliers) have participated in the league.

At the press conference tomorrow, Breeden will also reveal the team's new coach, in addition to naming the players have been invited to the NBA workouts this summer.

The event kicks off at 6:30 PM and is open to the public, who are invited to meet the players on The Marietta Storm.

Melvin Breeden, aka Mel-Man is a veteran producer and label owner. As a producer, Breeden crafted hits for Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, Eve and Eminem.

As the owner of Big Cat Records, Breeden helped make rappers are artists like Gucci Mane, Pretty Ricky and Khia famous.

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