According to reports, from May 15th, the El Paso Desert Cats team is preparing to start the professional basketball association (PBA) adventure under the leadership of Chihuahua coach Jesús Aragón. trip.
The El Paso team consists of three former UTEP miners, Isaiah Rhyanes, Tevin Caldwell and Hooper Vint.
Aragon was born from Parralense (Parralense) and adopters from Juarense (Juarense). The alliance explained that the alliance had started last weekend, but they have a 15-day grace period because they recently ended their treatment against the United States. The participation of the Basketball Association (ABA, ABA for short). ).
“The PBA is higher than the ABA department. It has branches of the Development League. The game will be broadcast live on Roku Channel 214 and will be conducted in accordance with NBA rules and game formats.”
El Paso’s Quintata will join Las Vegas (two teams), Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque and Midland Odessa in the Western Conference Southwest Division.
In the confrontation with these teams, they will play the first round within three months to make way for the playoffs in August.
In addition to the skyline in the northeastern United States, in addition to the skyline in the northeastern United States, Desertcats will also be the location of El Paso high school stadiums such as Chapin, Eastlake and Pebble Hills.
“We have retained 60% of the base of the team participating in the ABA competition. This year we introduced three players who played with UTEP, Isaiah Ryannis, Hooper Winter and Twin Caldwell. We also brought in two former Indios de Juárez players, Josh Ramírez and Justin Ávalos said.
The coach added that he continued to work with his assistants, two Mexican coaches joined them, and they asked for the opportunity to come to Anahuac University and Veracruz University in Querétaro (Nestor and Cere Sal Hernandez brothers) study and learn.