The Next Level Elite Basketball program completed another basketball combine this past weekend and overall it was a good combine. The Central Basketball League was there to take a look at players to possibly add value to some of the teams in the league and it was good to see there was some talent in the mix. “Overall the players did fairly well while they had a pretty good audience in the stands” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “The players played hard and were competitive but really have to learn the difference between professional basketball player and just being a basketball player”.
The Central Basketball League is looking to find players who are willing to learn the professional values of the game while playing the game they love and being viewed by outside sources in the Overseas, D-League, and NBA markets. The owners of the CBL are not going to re-teach the respect to the game while building a respectable league with the same rules and policies of the NBA. Each player will have to learn the values of being coached, playing in a competitive fashion without taunting or disrespecting other players, coaches, or fans, take responsibility for there own actions and focus on making themselves better. There is NO PLAYER better than game of basketball itself and all players have room to grow to become better. Within this league players players will understand there will be consequences for on or off the court issues and conduct themselves in a positive manner while building a relationship with the sponsors, players, and fans who come see them play.
“Our teams are still looking for players who can play the game on a respectable scale while providing talent and entertainment for our fans” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “Its important to find players willing to be coached and understand egos are not accepted here and that is one reason why we have gotten rid of close to 100 payers in the last 4 months”. The league is finding team owners who are willing to train and develop players year round while providing a professional basketball league to participate competitively and expose players through commercials, radio, and even internet film. The league will become one of the very few leagues which actually feel the training and development of professional basketball and exposure are more important to a players value than than just letting them play on a team and calling themselves a pro.
TOP 5 Notable Players at the Next Level Elite Basketball Combine:
Manny Acosta 6’1 – 181
Jeremy Watson 6’8 – 235
Mohamed Sy Savone 6’3 – 180
EJ Taylor 6’8 – 240
Ronald Ringgold 5’8 – 191
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The Central Basketball League announces its now expanding now with a Central Division around Texas, Louisiana, Missouri, and Arkansas with teams already signing up for the 2014 season. The league is proud to gain so much interest after the sell of the league in November and the relationships it has been building since. “We re happy with what we are doing here and the business relationships we are building with media outlets like radio, TV, and internet” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “We want to make it easier for teams to join while breaking the cost of media so that ALL teams can afford to be promoted throughout the year.” The League hopes to add between 3-5 more teams before the January 1st Deadline so that the Central Division can be ready with 6-8 teams for the April season.
The Central Basketball League is proud to announce another team to be added to the 2014 season beginning in April. The Shreveport Captains will be added to the Louisiana/Texas/Missouri/Arkansas division. “Right now we only have 3 teams in this division but are working diligently to add a few more before our Jan 1st deadline” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “We have 8 teams in Florida and want to build up to 6-8 in this division as well.”
The CBL will be promoting in each city offering commercials in each of its cities in which they are apart of while promoting the teams in the area. “The teams need to have credibility in the city in which they play and for a team to gain respectable sponsorship, it is important to have the league to help you with that” said Mr. Mireles. The Shreveport Captains owner had this to say: “The league is a prime location for any team to be successful. We chose this league because of its ability to offer the teams the tools needed to expose all aspects of the team including sponsors, players, coaches, and fans.”
For more information contact:
TEAM: Shreveport Captains (Shreveport, La);
Email: email@example.com; Facebook Page: Shreveport Captains
The Central Basketball League is proud to announce yet another team added to the up-coming 2014 season beginning in April. The Beaumont Cardinals will be the 3rd addition to the Texas/Louisiana/Arkansas/Missouri division as the league to continues to build quality teams in this area. There is now 11 teams in the CBL and working on gaining up to 16 by the January 1st, 2014 deadline. “Its important for us to build this division as we have in Florida with 8 teams” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “The division should be complete with at least 6-8 teams to begin the season as we are having this league professionally competitive with an NBA format”.
The league will play 30 games through 5 months (6games a month) with playoffs beginning in September. Playoffs will be played in the NBA playoff format giving teams a competitive atmosphere and ability to achieve a respectable record within the playoffs. “We are excited to have this chance to play in this kind of league which will bring the rules and guidelines of the NBA into league play” said team owner Mrs. Drake. “Having this kind of opportunity allows our organization to be seen and will be able to prepare our players to play at the next level and be able to compete with respected and competitive talent consistently”.
For more information you may contact the team:
TEAM: Beaumont Cardinals (Beaumont, Tx);
Facebook Page: Beaumont Cardinals
The Central Basketball League is proud to announce the addition of the Louisiana Cajun All-Stars professional basketball team. They have been in extensive talks consistently for a couple weeks now and finally have come to terms with an agreement that will place them with that of the other teams (11 total) (3 in this division for now) in the CBL. “It is exciting to bring this team in as we are always bringing in teams looking to expose their teams, players, and coaches year round” said CEO Benjamin Mireles. “This team brings value and understanding to the definition of minor-league basketball and believe they will bring rich talent and respectable ownership to the league”.
This team is apart of several other teams that have been in discussions with the Central Basketball League. They will continue to build this league with the Central Basketball League with a brand of professionalism through each team and looking to assist any team to become successful as a professional basketball team. “We are happy to be a part of the CBL as it is really an outlet for our players and our sponsors to be recognized on a complete scale.” said team owner Nessie Drake
For information on this team and any tryout information:
TEAM: Louisiana Cajun All-Stars (Lake Charles, La);
Facebook Page: Louisiana Cajun All-Stars