Dallas Vikings Defeat The Plainview Knights In Overtime 86-83.

The PBA By A&T Sports has had 4 weeks of exciting basketball. Let’s catch up with the Knights and Vikings from their nailbiter on 5/18/24. The Dallas Vikings traveled to play the Plainview Knights in Plainview, TX. What an exciting night of basketball the Plainview fans received.

After 4 periods of regulation basketball, this game was not over. Both the Vikings and Knights ended regulation tied at 75 points each. Both teams were ready for an exciting overtime as they took the court. It was #11 Jay Smith for the Dallas Vikings who caught fire scoring 7 of their 11 overtime points that clinched the game for the Vikings over Plainview who fell short scoring only 8 points in overtime. High scorers for the night were Jay Smith and Dameon Buckley both dropping 27 points a piece for the Vikings and Jalen Mason scoring 21 points for the Knights. Plainview goes 1-1 with this loss as the Vikings take their record to 1-1 as well.

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Summer Season 2024 Kicks Off!

USA~ Texas- The first two weeks of play have taken off in the PBA By A&T Sports as the Lubbock Fire Ants hosted the Plainview Knights on the season opener 5/4/24. The Knights showed why they were one of the top teams coming out of the South last summer as they defeated the Fire Ants 87-46. Owner Chuck Keller stated ” We have alot of work to do as we are a new team. We are learning the level and intensity of play and look forward to our next game”.

On May 11th the Dallas Vikings traveled to Tulia, TX on Mother’s Day weekend to take on the Tulia Bulls. The Vikings are new to the PBA and the Bulls are playing in their second summer season. The Vikings traveled with a small roster but were determined to show up and compete. The Tulia Bulls showed up ready for war and gave the Vikings lock down defense and a solid level of offense as the Bulls pulled off a home victory of 92-57 over the Vikings. The player of the game for the Bulls was Quinn White with 32 points.
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Plainview Knights returns to action this Summer.


🇺🇸 Plainview, TX ~ Commissioner Angela Culliver announces that the Plainview Knights, who made it to last summer’s Final Four, will be returning this summer. We are excited to have this very talented team and great organization back. The Knights are owned by Owner/Player Levon Carter.

The Plainview Knights are gearing up for their highly anticipated return to the Professional Basketball Association (PBA) in season 4. With an impressive record of 10-1 from the previous season, the team is determined to make a strong comeback and secure their spot in the finals. The players have been training rigorously, focusing on improving their skills and teamwork to ensure a successful season ahead. With high hopes and a winning mindset, the Knights are ready to showcase their talent and determination as they strive to make a mark in the upcoming season. Stay tuned for an exciting journey as the Knights aim to dominate the PBA By A&T Sports and make their presence known on the basketball court.

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Louisiana Kingdom Riders return to the PBA.

🇺🇸 Shreveport, LA~ Commissioner Culliver announced the return of the Louisiana Kingdom Riders after taking a year off. The Kingdom Riders began with the PBA in its first season in 2021. “We are glad to have them back”, stated Culliver!

The organization began in October 2012 as a new hobby for its owner, Monessia Drake. The team originally were members of the American Basketball Association and began playing as a semi-professional team in 2013. The vision of the Kingdom Riders has been to become a multi-faceted organization that provides fast paced and exciting family friendly basketball events while providing opportunities for growth and development for its players and staff. In 2024, many positive changes have been implemented to further push the organization as a whole into fulfilling the original vision of its owner. We are excited to be returning to the PBA for the upcoming season.

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Dallas Vikings join the PBA BY A&T Sports

Dallas, TX~ Commissioner Angela Culliver announces a new franchise being awarded in Texas to Owner Elijah Peterson of the Dallas Vikings. “We are excited to add a team to the amazing talent of the South Conference’, states Culliver.

Owner Elijah Peterson stated “Get ready to witness the power and passion of the Dallas Vikings, a semi-pro basketball team that’s taking the game to a whole new level! Follow us for electrifying dunks, intense rivalries, and unforgettable victories. Join our loyal fanbase as we unite under the Viking banner and conquer the basketball world”. #DallasVikings#SemiProBallers Follow the Vikings on Facebook at Dallas Vikings for updated information.

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Lubbock Fire Ants joins the PBA By A&T Sports

Lubbock, TX ~ We are only weeks away from our 1st tipoff of the 2024 Summer season. Commissioner Angela Culliver announces a new franchise being awarded in Texas to Owner Chuck Keller of the Lubbock Fire Ants. “We are excited to add a team to the amazing talent of the South Conference’, states Culliver.

The Lubbock Fire Ants is a faith-based organization. Ownership states that “Our mission is honoring God and Jesus Christ in all we do. We are dedicated to delivering a championship experience to our players, fans, and staff, including our partners. Our pursuit is to perform exceptionally in the arena, workplace, and in the community”.

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Lions Perception joins the PBA By A&T Sports

Orlando, FL ~ As the PBA By A&T Sports gets ready to kick off another Summer season, let’s begin announcing a new team. The Lions Perception from Orlando, Florida will be joining this summer’s lineup in the Southeast Conference. Commissioner Culliver stated that she is very excited to have another Florida team join the leagues Southeast Conference.

Lions Perception Organization prides itself in helping guide athletes in furthering their professional basketball careers. Their goal is to prepare players for college, semi-pro, and pro basketball careers.

Ownership states “We impact the community by guiding and helping individuals advance in careers related to sports, such as, but not limited to coaching, sports training, sport officiating, videography, security, and much more”. This way we bring a winning environment to Orlando and the surrounding cities on and off the court.

Basketball is all about perception and perception is key. – Lions Perception

A Day Made For Allstar!

Columbus, Ga- What a Finals weekend we had! No finals is complete without the Allstars from around the league teaming up as teammates instead of opponents. From all of the competitions to the game itself, we had a ball. This day was filled with laughter, challenges, and alot of joking around between Commissioner Culliver and players as everyone was able to relax and just enjoy themselves for one day without any pressure.

The Allstar day started off with competitions. The day belonged to Alquan Mendenhall as he almost swept the competitions winning the 3 point, midrange and skills competitions. Had he been a few inches taller, he may have tried to give Denzel McDuffey, winner of the Slam Dunk competition a run for his money…

Now we get into the Allstar game, it was a thriller. This game was decided by 1 point 141-140. The Blue Allstars were the winners lead by Allstar Coach Adrianna Walker. Allstar MVP went to Vipers guard Zytavian Hill with 28 Points, who was followed close behind by Lancaster Thunder’s Daniel Pachec 26 points and Sean Rogers Jr with 24 points. The Red Allstars were led by Vipers Alquan Mendenhall who caught fire scoring 44 points of which 12 were from behind the arc, exhibiting why he’s known as the 3 Ball King. It was Lancaster’s Solomon Muhamad with 23 points and Vipers Cortez Chaney’s 22 points that assisted in making this game one that went to the final buzzer!!

Columbus Ga Vipers Crowned National Champions For A Second Consecutive Season

USA 🇺🇸 ~The “National Championship” Game was nothing shy of exciting! The #1 team from the Southeast Conference going head to head with the #1 team from the MidAtlantic Conference. Trained to Eat from Nashville, Tennessee and the Columbus Ga Vipers left it all on the court as they played with a common goal of winning the National Championship. At the half, the score was Vipers 43 TTE 37. As both teams took the floor in the 3rd quarter, the Vipers turned their in your face defense up a notch and took a commanding lead, ending the period 80 to 61. The 4th quarter belonged to Cortez “The Floor General” Chaney who had only 16 points over 3 periods, caught fire dropping 22 points in that period. Chaney’s offensive and defensive talent sealed the fate of TTE along with the rest of his Viper teammates. It was the Vipers 117 and Trained To Eat 92 that resulted In the Columbus Ga Vipers being named the PBA By A&T Sports Winter Champions. This championship made the Vipers Back to Back National Champions and closing out a Perfect Season! Cortez Chaney was named the Finals MVP ending the game with 38 points.

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The National Championship Game is Set!

Columbus, GA ~ Wow!! What a weekend of basketball it has been in Columbus, Ga. The PBA had some great players from all across the Eastern side of the USA. Thursday nights playin round went to the wire as the Dothan Snipers and Mississippi Raptors fought for the 4th seed in the Final Four. Neither team was willing to give in. For the Raptors, it was Stephon Thomas leading the charge with 43 points and Denzel MDuffey ringing in 35 Points. On the Snipers squad it was Jordan Neal dropping 33 points as both Octavious Thomas and Edward Robinson contributed 15 points each. As the final buzzer sounded, it was the Raptors 100 and the Snipers 97. Congratulations 🎉 to the Raptors ‼️What a game 🔥🔥🔥 The Final Four was set! Friday night proved to be another great night of semiprofessional basketball as the Final Four teams met up to fight for the right to play in Sunday Afternoon’s National Championship.

The first game of the night was with TTE from Nashville Tennessee vs Lancaster Thunder from Lancaster, Ohio. The 1st half was definitely a half of strong defensive play as we went into halftime 48-45 TTE. The second half brought change as TTE began to slowly pull away from the Thunder but not easily as Sean Rogers and Brett McKnight from the Thunder just kept coming dropping 31 points each. TTE pulled this one out 111-96 to advance to the National Championship game. George Stanberry led TTE with 42 Points.

The Final game of the night was the defending champions Columbus Ga Vipers taking on a very scrappy Mississippi Raptors team. This game was nothing short of a nail biter as it went into overtime. The Raptors were not going to be defeated easy as they gave the Vipers everything they had until the final buzzer. It was the Vipers in the end pulling off a 122-118 victory in overtime to advance to the National Championship game for the 3rd season straight. The Vipers were led by Cortez Chaney with 30 points. Cam Paulding dropped 21 points followed close behind by Alquan Mendenhall with 20 points. For the Raptors it was Stephon Thomas with 51 points and Denzel McDuffey with 39 points.

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