BTW, now that the draft is over, Vancouver and Atlanta have already gone on "hiatus."
Michael Tuckman created a hullabaloo the first time he supposedly established a CBA team in Bellevue (supposedly had a community college gym lined up... ixnay), then actually managed to finish a couple ABA seasons with Bellevue, and seems to have bailed on that while promising not only Vancouver, but Seattle and Bend OR NEXT year. Simply stated, don't count those chickens before they hatch.
This CBA looks like it's living a last, desperate year. It's merely the second or third straight year I've said that. I'll get it right one of these days. The ABA, BTW, has deserved to die for four years now. The NBDL arguably deserved to die on the southeastern vine they were on, though you've seen my comments about NBA money.
BTW, I'd like to know why the CBA website cares to show Atlanta and Vancouver as "next year teams" and neglects that it announced the same for Bend, Seattle, Southern California, and Florida. See where I'm going with this?
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