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« on: July 11, 2018, 09:47:28 AM »



BREAKING NEWS: JN Enterprises Purchases Rights to the Supreme Basketball Alliance

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- It appears that Charlotte, North Carolina is quickly becoming the center of the sports world.  Already the headquarters for the High Impact Football League, the Queen City appears destined to be the home of another sports league.  JN Enterprises, Inc., a Charlotte based holdings company, has just purchased the rights to the Supreme Basketball Alliance (SBA).  The SBA is an upstart professional basketball league that has been in business for a couple of seasons and currently is headquartered in Boston, MA.  While originally considered a joint venture, the owners of the SBA were looking for an influx of capital to help the league reach new heights.  Therefore they put the league up for sale with the owners relinquishing the joint venture concept and selling the league as a single entity.

Enter Founder and CEO of JN Enterprises, Inc., Justin Pichey.  His company made quick contact with the league once the news broke that the league was up for sale.  Both sides moved for a quick sale and finished closing on the purchase of the SBA just last night, though the purchase price is unknown at this time.  There is a news conference scheduled for later today where Mr. Pichey is scheduled to speak from JN Enterprises, Inc. headquarters.






SOURCE: RICH EISEN (ESPN)

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Re: ESPN News
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2018, 10:33:46 PM »



BREAKING NEWS: JN Enterprises, Inc. CEO names himself SBA Commissioner

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As reported earlier, JN Enterprises, Inc. purchased the rights to the upstart Supreme Basketball Alliance.  The CEO, Justin Pichey, just held a press conference at the company's headquarters.  The press conference lasted a total of 26 minutes, but was filled with some pertinent information that fans and the sports world as  a whole will want to know. 

The biggest announcement is the fact that Mr. Pichey named himself the Commissioner of the league, which from what I'm told, is fully supported by the owners.  As I speculated in my report earlier today, Mr. Pichey announced that the league's headquarters will indeed move from Boston to Charlotte, which the city should be excited about as the combination of HIFL and SBA will be a big economic boon for the region.  To commemorate the change in ownership, the league has re-branded itself with a new league logo.  Mr. Pichey announced that in an effort to move the league to new heights, the owners have committed to hiring established General Managers to help guide their teams to sustainable success which will allow the owners to focus on their own personal ventures.  Mr. Pichey mentioned that interviews for General Managers could begin as soon as next week as the leagues new season will begin in a couple of weeks.

This is an exciting time for basketball fans and more information is sure to come over the coming days and weeks.  STAY TUNED!





SOURCE: RICH EISEN (ESPN)
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Re: ESPN News
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2018, 12:43:16 PM »



BREAKING NEWS: GM Interviews Begin!!

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Season 4 of the SBA is around the corner and this is the time teams kick their operations into overdrive.  With that brings the need for teams to hire General Managers and that time is now!  According to Commissioner Pichey, teams can now begin interviewing candidates for their open GM positions.  The league has posted an official correspondence for those interested in interviewing. 






SOURCE: RICH EISEN (ESPN)
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« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2018, 09:28:01 PM »



BREAKING NEWS: FIRST EVER SBA GM IS HIRED!!

The Fort Worth Stars and owner Matt McNaughty have hired the first ever Supreme Basketball Alliance General Manager.  Mr. McNaughty issued the following statement:

"The Fort Worth Stars are pleased to announce that we are hiring the one and only Thad Bone!!  The guy showed he had some real balls in his interview.  If you ask me, he could probably take those balls on the road with me and the Magic Mike: XXX crew.  His name could be Bad to the Bone...or simply Mr. Bone.  However, I hired him to run this team so that's what I want him to focus on.  Mr. Bone's contract is for 3 years, the first two season guaranteed and the third year is a team option.  We are pleased to welcome Thad to the team."


SOURCE: ROY BAKER (ESPN)

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Re: ESPN News
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2018, 11:18:20 AM »




SBA TEAMS RE-BRANDING THEMSELVES

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Commissioner Pichey has hit the ground running as the new commissioner of the Supreme Basketball League.  He started by re-branding the league logo to help market the league.  He has now mandated teams to re-brand themselves in order for the league to push for new heights.  He believes new, modern, edgy logos will help teams and the league with marketing and promotion. 






SOURCE: RICH EISEN (ESPN)