Montgomery, Alabama – The Pro Basketball Association announced on Tuesday that the Montgomery Knights had been awarded a franchise for the 2021 PBA Spring-Summer Season. Owner Syreeta Duncan is the proud owner of ABA men’s team River Region Generals, minor league team Montgomery Knights, and women’s semi-professional team Montgomery Lady Magic, which are located in the capital city of Montgomery, Alabama. She also has a youth team Jr Generals. Ms. Duncan has been recognized by many organizations for her leadership both in the community and as a female entrepreneur. Currently, Ms. Duncan is the second African American female to own a professional basketball organization in the state of Alabama. It is her goal to use professional basketball to help the youth and her community. She believes it’s more than just winning games, but in the sport of basketball that helps build character, leadership, and discipline. She is a firm believer, that with God anything is possible.
The Pro Basketball Association has also extended a position in the league office to Ms. Duncan. She will work closely with Angela Culliver, who is the Regional Director of League Operations in the Southeast. Ms. Duncan will be the Regional Director Liaison (Southeast) and will day to day help manage the communication and logistics within the division.
“We’re really excited about Syreeta and the Montgomery Knights. She makes the perfect team with Angela Culliver as they have worked together previously and each bring something unique to the equation. The Southeast Division is an area known for passionate fans and dedicated business partners. The SEC is some home to some of the best Sports on TV and we know this region is in great hands with these two working together helping make the PBA the top Spring-Summer league in the United States.” Chris Terrell – PBA Commissioner
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