Vancouverite starred at St. Mary’s University before commencing a professional career that has seen the talented guard be recognized as an all-star and a global streetball legend under the moniker of ‘King Handles.’ ABBOTSFORD, B.C., April 1, 2020 – The Fraser Valley Bandits announced Wednesday that they have signed Joey Haywood for the upcoming Canadian Elite […]
VANCOUVER, JAN. 29, 2019 – Peter Guarasci, a prominent alumnus of Team Canada’s Men’s National Team, has been named the first-ever Head Coach and General Manager of the Fraser Valley Bandits of the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL). Guarasci’s decorated basketball lineage spans the globe, beginning as a player at the highest levels of American and […]
In Transition: Joel Friesen Joel Friesen is one of five Canadians on the London Lightning, part of the National Basketball League. Friesen, Abbotsford raised, was an integral component to the back-to-back championships in 2017 and 2018 with the London Lightning, as well as the NBL Championship he won his rookie season with the Halifax Hurricanes. […]
By: Blake Murphy Raptors 905 announce 2018-19 coaching staff We knew a few of the names already, but Raptors 905 unveiled their full coaching staff under new head coach Jama Mahlalela for the 2018-19 season on Wednesday. Here is a quick rundown of the names. HEAD COACH Jama Mahlalela will move from the front row […]
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Abbotsford Basketball: August 6th to 11th – U-17 Girls’ Canada Basketball National Championships – Fredericton, N.B. Jayden Gill represents Abbotsford at the U-17 Canada Basketball National Championships: Abbotsford had a sole representative on the U-17 Girls’ squad – Jayden Gill. Jayden is a point guard for the Robert Bateman Timberwolves (AAA) who are not ranked […]
The Fraser Valley Bandits have revealed season ticket prices for the team’s inaugural season in the new Canadian Elite Basketball League, and those interested can secure a priority spot to buy tickets by making a $50 deposit.