The American Basketball Association (ABA) season is one of the most exciting times of the sports year. In announcing their 2018 schedule, Team Trouble will face off against professional teams such as the San Diego Surf, California Sea Kings, San Diego Guardians, Oakland Bayhawks, Hawaii Swish, and the Shizuoka Gymrats.
Team Trouble is instructed by experienced and knowledgeable coaches whose focus is the improvement of our individual players, with the goal of winning championships. Our mission is to prepare players for the next level of their basketball careers, while making a name for themselves in their hometown of Stockton.
Team Trouble is celebrating their first season in Stockton in a big way, by offering free admission to all of their games. Attending a Team Trouble basketball games is an opportunity to see first-class ballers competing against other professional players. Bring your family and friends to watch a brand new and exciting way to play basketball.
Team Trouble would like to thank Scott Linesburgh, a Staff Writer at The Record, in Stockton, California for informing residents in the San Joaquin Valley, that we are keeping the dream of FREE basketball alive with the expansion of the American Basketball Association franchise into our community.
Team Trouble will make our home debut at Thursday 12/6 at 6:45 PM against the California Golden Tigers at Stockton Arena. Fans will be admitted to Thursday’s event, and every home game this season, at no charge. Tickets are available in advance at the box office and on the day of the game.
Featured in the photo from left to right is executive director Jovan Bankston, assistant coach David Stallworth, player Michael Nunnally, owner James Paul, and Vice president of basketball operations Antoine Moore.