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____ Wednesday November 4, 2015 ____


Growing League

Canadian Basketball League announces franchise awarded to Hamilton United Basketball Club

New franchise will operate as a not-for-profit

Hamilton - Hamilton United Basketball Club will become a part of the Canadian Basketball League. The team will be led by a board of directors, which is currently headed by President Jeff Young, and VP of Basketball Operations, Rob Bowden. “This is a tremendous opportunity to enhance the local basketball community. We still have a lot of work to do. As a core group, we have been meeting for the several months,” Said Young, “In the next 30 days, our team lead by Rob Bowden will be focused on all the details surrounding our launch plan”.

The club is hopeful to build support with quality volunteers. “Historically, Hamilton has been a huge supporter of basketball in Canada,” Said League founder, Butch Carter. “We all realize that we’ll have to work very hard to engage the community to FIBA basketball.”

The Canadian Basketball League is the only professional basketball league in Canada to be governed by FIBA rules. The league also adheres to the World Anti-Doping Policies.
The Hamilton United Basketball Club is represented by Joseph Speranzini from Scarfone Hawkins, LLP. For Up-to-date news on the team, follow @CBLHamilton on Twitter.

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