ABA News Release – Kentucky Enforcers

Indianapolis, IN.  The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that the league has returned to Northern Kentucky with the addition of the Kentucky Enforcers.  “We are thrilled to be back,” stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman. “Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati area is a tremendous market and this is certainly a wonderful fit.”

The team will be owned by Dustin and Elizabeth Driskell and Josh and Katrina Avery.  Dustin has over 25 years of basketball experience, played at Johnson University in TN and four years of pro ball as well as coaching AAU and high school
basketball.  “I am looking forward to making the Enforcers a competitive team, added Driskell.  “We are on a mission to bring the community a well-developed professional basketball team as well as provide family fun entertainment.”
Josh Avery is an accountant for a privately-help company and basketball has always been a big part of his life.  He played for over 25 years and has developed strong, lasting relationships through it.  “I’d like to give back as much as I’ve to give back as much as I’ve gotten from the sport,” commented Avery.  “We and our wives have the passion and dedication it will take to make a winning team in the NKY/Cincinnati area.”  For more information, email kentuckyenforcers@gmail.com or visit www.americanbasketballassociation.org or www.abaliveaction.com or www.kentuckyenforcers.com.
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