A new professional basketball league formed for HBCU basketball players

The momentum of historically black college and university sports continues to grow. This includes *** new professional basketball league targeting current and former college athletes. Kimberly Clark and her business partner created the HBCu Basketball Association. I know for maybe 20 years or more HbCU players haven’t really been represented in NB***. On *** broad spectrum. We decided with this league that we wanted to give these guys an opportunity who attended HBCUS to play at the professional level ***. Clark is also the owner of the professional basketball team Magic City Surge. She says 17 talented players from HbCU schools across the country have already been recruited for the newly formed league. The league will begin with the team in six southern states, including Alabama. They hope to grow to 24 teams over the next five years. The draft will indeed be major. It will be in Houston, Texas the weekend before the Super Bowl season kicks off in the last week of February. Everyone is so excited. You know, our slogan is *** league of ours. For more information on the HBCU Basketball Association, visit WV Tm 13 dot com. I’m Fred Davenport’s wv TM 13

A new professional basketball league formed for HBCU basketball players

Momentum in historically black college and university sports continues to grow. This includes a new professional basketball league targeting current and former college athletes. Kimberly Meadows Clark and her business partner created the HBCU Basketball Association. Watch the video to learn more. “It is an honor to join my partners in pioneering excellence,” said Meadows Clark. “We’re big on history and culture, so we want the HBCU Basketball Association to be the league the Black Fives dreamed of and worked for. We want to bring our culture and heritage to life. Next year’s HBCUBA Draft is Feb. 4 in Houston, Texas. Combines are expected to start in January 2023.

Momentum in historically black college and university sports continues to grow. This includes a new professional basketball league targeting current and former college athletes. Kimberly Meadows Clark and her business partner created the HBCU Basketball Association. Watch the video to learn more.

“It is an honor to join my partners in pioneering excellence,” said Meadows Clark. “We’re big on history and culture, so we want the HBCU Basketball Association to be the league the Black Fives dreamed of and worked for. We want to bring our culture and heritage to life.

Next year’s HBCUBA draft is Feb. 4 in Houston, Texas. Combines are expected to start in January 2023.

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