Nevada Pharaohs join the Pro Basketball Association

Las Vegas, Nevada – The Pro Basketball Association announced on Wednesday that the Nevada Pharaohs have joined the PBA for the 2021 Spring-Summer Season. Team Owner Trevill “Trey” Martin and the Pharaohs played this past season in the ABA. Trey played high school basketball locally at Sierra Vista and then at College of the Desert. He played 6 seasons professionally in the ABA and is now going into his second year of ownership.

“I Have a vision to bring real professional basketball to Las Vegas on a huge scale. This city has emerged as the new Mecca of hoops and I don’t see any reason we can’t showcase the talent we have here. I also believe the community will rally behind our team and will support our league in a huge way, we’re extremely excited and looking forward to the season kicking off in May.” Nevada Pharaohs Team Owner – Trevill Martin

“We’re super excited about Trey and the Vegas Pharaohs. They fit perfectly into what we’re doing in the Southwest Division. From Las Vegas in the West to El Paso in the West; the Southwest Division FB: @PBASW has several pending announcements and the Pharaohs are a big one. Regional Director Samantha Stukes specifically recruited the Pharaohs because of their work in the community, their branding, some of the live streams, game video, and interviews they’ve done, and also their social media. Trey and his team know what it takes at this level and have put a group around them that will win on and off the court this season.”

Southwest Division – Current, pending, and proposed markets

If you want Pro – You want the PBA

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