Windy City Mustangs join the Pro Basketball Association

Chicago, IL – The Pro Basketball Association announced Monday that the Windy City Mustangs have joined the PBA for the 2021 Spring-Summer Season. The Windy City ¬†Mustangs is a Professional Organization in Chicago committed to producing premier professional basketball players while influencing the community in the most positive way, providing great professional basketball for all ages! Owner Reginald Jackson being a Current Pro-Player, ¬†having experience overseas and other minor leagues. Joined by his GM Raymond Gray and Assistant GM Sam Mcwherter, both who train all ages to overseas level players through Fantastic training in Chicago, IL. The Mustangs are shaping up to be a top tier team of the future in the PBA. Jackson and Gray are also joined in running the organization with Mikael Pennington, The Windy City Mustangs are sure to bring many opportunities to talent of the future to the game of basketball. There’s a STAMPEDE Coming!!!!

Midwest Division

“The Windy City Mustangs closes out our registration for the Midwest Division for 2021. Reginald and his team have the overseas and domestic minor leagues experience that it takes to know how to run a successful operation. These guys put getting the guys opportunity at the next level at utmost importance and run their organization accordingly. We’ll connect them with 1891 to handle their stats and video and as the 12th team in the Midwest Division they help balance out our scheduling and travel for the league that really helps everyone else in the area too, not just the Chicago area teams but also throughout the entire region. With Lancaster OH, Cincinnati, Detroit MI, Elkhart IN, and Indianapolis spread our the Windy City from East to West, it makes Chicago a natural hub for clubs in the Midwest. I’m excited to see what Reginald and his team bring to game day operations and preparation. They’re ready to take this next step in this journey with us in the PBA.” Commissioner Chris Terrell

Schedules for the Midwest is complete and along with the TV contract that was announced last week, the PBA today made news announcing PBA Representation. A system of helping players get registered through the Eurobasket Network and connecting them with opportunities abroad with the league’s network of FIBA agents in Countries around the World. Keep up to date with all the 411 by following the league on social @probasketballassociation

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