The Pro Basketball Association has announced that the Texas Admirals have joined the PBA for the 2021 Spring-Summer Season beginning with a league pro combine and draft in April and the 20 week season opening in May. The Admirals will be placed in the South division joining Fort Worth F.I.R.M., Texas Revelation, DFW Just Hoops, Hoop Goons and Waco Terror among the first clubs to announce their franchises in the South. The Texas Admirals are led by Ashley Robinson as owner. The Admirals, formerly of Kitsap, Washington, are a winning organization that makes a positive impact through a Commitment to Excellence in the community, both on and off the court. They strive to set a standard of integrity, honesty and professionalism by providing high quality programs while empowering and developing the future leaders of tomorrow.
The Admirals goal is to form a successful international professional feeder program for coaches and players worldwide. The Admirals are pioneers among minor league teams throughout the United States. They are the 2015-16 Pac NW Champions, 2016 Tacoma Pro Am Champions and the 2016 Seattle Summer League Pro Am Conference Champs. 2017 NABL West Conference Champs, 2017 Zeke-End Runner Up and 2019 United Kingdom WCBT Runner Up. The 2020 Maximum Madness Runner-up. Along with victories over the NBL, CBA, Div 2 Spain & Russia and a team that plays in the SuperLeague in Russia.
“Working with Ashley Robinson in the MBL, I learned quickly how astute this guy is in everything he does. He’s taken clubs overseas and played big time basketball in Europe and Asia as well as created a reputation for excellence in the Pacific Northwest. Having him in our league with his franchise relocating to Texas for the PBA Season puts him in a really strong South Division. We’re excited to see the Texas Admirals compete for a PBA Championship this coming season.” PBA Commissioner – Chris Terrell