TAG: American Basketball Association

Kareem Reid: ABA Player of the Decade ABA / Jan 16, 2010 / 3:43 am

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Congratulations to the Bronx’s own Kareem Reid, who was named to the American Basketball Association’s (ABA) All-Decade Team for his standout play with the Arkansas Rim Rockers. More notably, Reid was dubbed the ABA Player of the Decade.

**Note: Kareem Reid was featured on the June 2007 cover of Bounce Magazine

The rest of the ABA All-Decade team include: Read More »

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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Start Time: 7:00pm

Photo: NYCthunder.com

Elmira, NY. The Weather Channel posted it and everybody talked about it. They said that it hit Washington D.C. hard and would continue along the East Coast. Snow storms. The only storm that I saw on Saturday night involved Thunder [including some former (St. John’s) Red STORM) and Red Riders inside the Chemung County YMCA.

During warm-ups, Read More »

Even at 4-1, Thunder Looking to Improve ABA / Dec 17, 2009 / 10:00 pm

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Bronx, NY. On a Monday night after two weekend wins, the New York City Thunder were at it yet again in the gym. After the two-day stretch in Maryland and New Jersey, players were still launching jump shots. No fans. No refs. No jerseys. Just ball.

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NYC Thunder squashes Jersey Express ABA / Dec 17, 2009 / 4:34 pm

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Sunday, December 13, 2009 —————————————————– @ East Orange Campus High School

Starting Game Time: 2:30pm

Halftime: NYC Thunder 54, Jersey Express 41 Final Score: NYC Thunder 108, Jersey Express 88

East Orange, NJ. New York City basketball is back! Coach Logan was all business, and his squad responded, giving the business to the Jersey Express in a game that was nationally televised. The Thunder Read More »

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The Dunk! The Ram! The Slam! The Bong! Whatever you want to call it, it’s an art form, birthed on the playground, that has revolutionized the way the game is played. And no two teams, as collective units, were more responsible for furthering the evolution of the aerial game than Texas’ Tallest Fraternity and Louisville’s descendants of Dr. Dunkenstein.

It seems only fitting that they’d meet in the ‘83 Final Four, in a game that was so scintillating in its elevation that it prompted a courtside sportswriter to pass a note down press row that read, “Welcome to the 21st Century!” Read More »