CBA cancels Krunk home games
February 27, 2008 - Continental Basketball Association 1 (CBA 1) News Release
ALBANY, NY (February 27, 2008) The Continental Basketball Association today announced that due to unsafe playing conditions, the remaining home contests of the Atlanta Krunk have been cancelled. The Morris Brown College Arena has been determined to fail to meet the arena standards set forth by the CBA.
"We gave the present ownership group one last shot at trying to bring the arena up to standards that are the bare minimum to stage a CBA game and they were unsuccessful," stated CBA Deputy Commissioner Dennis Truax. "The arena as it stands now is unacceptable and is unsafe for our players, coaches, referees, and fans. It is in the best interest of the CBA to move ahead and try to find a suitable arena for next season now in Atlanta."
The Krunk will play their remaining games on the road this season. They will travel to Pikeville to take on East Kentucky on March 2. They will then play the remaining road games of the defunct Great Falls franchise on March 5 in Yakima and March 7 and 8 in Minot.
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