Oceanside CA— The American Basketball Association (ABA) www.abalive.com today announced that one of its newest teams, the ‘Oceanside A-Team’ will play its opening game at home on November 15, at 8 p.m., against its geographical rival, the San Diego Surf.
This game and all home games will be played at the Oceanside campus of Mira Costa College.
“This is a very special team,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. “The A-Team stands for autism and the support and awareness of autism that owners Jobs For Autism and Jeffrey Stein will provide with their ABA team as a vehicle. We are very pleased and and proud to have them in the ABA.”
Jeffrey Stein, Chairman and Founder of Jobs for Autism Inc. an organization dedicated to spreading awareness to businesses and employers about the potential, capabilities, skills and abilities possessed by many of those within the autistic spectrum also has more than 30 years experience in the legal profession and business world.
Stein is the CEO of BajaGoldCo,Inc, which has the rights to the Rens-Diaz gold mine in Real Del Castillo, Baja Mexico. He is also the Owner of International Legal Consultants, Inc.
Stein said, “I am truly excited about being a part of the ABA. I am doing this because I truly believe that it can be a great way to create more awareness of autism and to help educate the public about autism, and hopefully to raise money for autism research.” continued, Stein “We are going to do some things at our games that have not been done before to achieve these goals. The support we’ve received from the Oceanside community since our initial plans were announced has been nothing short of phenomenal and we appreciate the way the ABA has worked with us to help make this happen. Watch out for the A-Team.”
The American Basketball Association started with Dr. J and George Gervin and the famed Red White and Blue Ball. The ABA is the largest professional sports league in the U.S. When play begins next season, the league will have over 100 teams. It is also the most diversified professional sports league ever with over 75% of its teams owned by African – Americans, Hispanics, Asians and Women.
The league provides opportunities for over 1000 players to play at the professional level and over 200 coaches to coach at the professional level.
|Nov 15 2014||7:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||San Diego Surf|
|Nov 19||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Inland Empire Invaders|
|Nov 23||8:00pm||Orange County Nova Stars||Oceanside A-Team|
|Dec 3||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Los Angeles Slam|
|Dec 5||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Los Angeles Slam|
|Dec 6||8:00pm||Inland Empire Invaders||Oceanside A-Team|
|Dec 7||7:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||San Diego Surf|
|Dec 10||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Los Angeles Slam|
|Dec 12||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Las Vegas Flames|
|Dec 18||7:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Orange County Nova Stars|
|Dec 27||8:00pm||Arizona Scorpions||Oceanside A-Team|
|Dec 28||8:00pm||Arizona Scorpions||Oceanside A-Team|
|Jan 15 2015||8:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Orange County Nova Stars|
|Jan 24||8:00pm||Las Vegas Flames||Oceanside A-Team|
|Jan 25||8:00pm||Las Vegas Flames||Oceanside A-Team|
|Feb 14||7:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Arizona Scorpions|
|Feb 21||7:00pm||Oceanside A-Team||Las Vegas Flames|