ABA NAMES 2019-2020 ABA ALL STAR TEAMS

ABA NAMES 2019-2020 ABA ALL STAR TEAMS
Indianapolis, IN. 
The American Basketball Association (ABA) today named its All Star teams for the 2019-2020 season. “This was a very difficult team to choose,” stated ABA CEO.  “With over 100 teams competing and nearly 2000 players, and so much outstanding talent nationwide, it was really hard to include all of the deserving players.  The teams were chosen by the Division Chairman of the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, North Central, South Central and Far West Divisions and they did a terrific job under difficult circumstances.”
ABA East All Star Team
  • Syracuse Stallions, Jimmy Gray 6’1 Point Guard
  • Binghamton Bulldogs, Derek Hart, 6’8 Power Forward
  • Wyoming Valley Clutch, Pete Alexis, 7’0 Center
  • Jersey Express, Antoine Morgano,m 6’5 Small Forward
  • Baltimore Hawks, Toray Fassett, 6’6 Guard/Forward
  • Richmond Elite, Marvin King, 6’8 Power Forward
  • Fredericksburg Grizzlies, Quentin Morehead, 5’9 Guard
  • Ephrata Thunder, Zackary Vouse, 6’5 Small Forward
  • Jacksonville Giants, Maurice Mickens, 6’1 Point Guard
  • Mobile Jesters,Tim Amerson
  • Nassau Pride, Deangelo Stephens-Bell
  • Alabama War Dawgs, Darrion Leslie
ABA West All Star Team
  • Chicago Fury, Devante Jones, 6’1 Guard
  • Chico Superkats, KJ Duronslet, 6’5 Shooting Forward
  • Missouri Capitals, Demanea Liddell, 6’4 Forward
  • North Texas Prowlers, Ty Thomas, 6’6 Guard
  • Ohio Kings, Dwayne Bazemore, 6’10 Center
  • San Diego Guardians, Aaron Felixm, 6’2 Guard
  • San Diego Kings, James Hancock, 6’6 Forward
  • St. Louis Spirits, Martavian Payne, 6’2 Guard
  • Team Trouble, Christian Williams, 6’2 Point Guard
  • Tri-City All Stars, Andravious “AJ” Smith, 6’5 Power Forward
  • West Michigan Lake Hawks, Ralph Monday, 6’6 Forward
  • Wisconsin Blaze, Cole Ellestad, 6’1 Point Guard
  • Steel City Yellow Jackets, Antonio Reddick, 6’5 Shooting Forward
Honorable Mentions will be announced later in the week.  The two All Star teams will meet in the Annual ABA All Star game following the ABA Championship Game in Binghamton NY on Sunday, April 18.  “I would really like to see either of these two teams play vs the G-League All Stars,” added Newman. “Then the world would really see how great the talent is in the ABA.  I guess the NBA is afraid to break the myth that the G-League is better. It isn’t.”
For more information, visit www.abaliveaction.com.
Thanks,
Joe Newman
ABA CEO
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