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PBL Season Is Nearing With Opening Schedule

With Halloween only a couple days away, the adults in the Premier Basketball League were asked to dig into their childhood days and pick what character they would represent in costume if they were a kid again. Here is who they picked:

Paul Carter, PBL Director of OfficialsEvil Knievel.
Derek Polley, owner of the Lynchburg TitansMichael Jackson from Thriller.
Lewis Shine, owner of the Lima ExpressPopeye
Matt Herman, owner of the Grand Rapids CyclonesMagneto
Dennis Truax, PBL CommissionerPirate
Dominic Turcotte, PBL Vice President of League OperationsTom Cruise from Top Gun
Tawan Slaughter, owner of the Buffalo 716ers and the Erie Hurricane- Lisa Simpson

Team Sets New Record with Biggest Addition in PBL History

The Lake Michigan Admirals newest addition to their team is someone they believe could be the most impactful player in the league, on the court and in their community.

"Big Bob", or formally known as, Robert Wegner, was recently signed to the Admirals and has been one of the busiest new athletes around the league. Wegner stands at a whopping 7'8" and could be Glisson's secret weapon to success this season.

"He's the tallest professional basketball player in the world, but more importantly, he has the biggest heart in the world," stated Glisson.

The 21-year old from New Hampshire recently caught the attention of the media and was interviewed on national television on ABC.

Wegner has already made quite the impact on the community of his new home where he's made appearances at some of the local schools in St. Joseph, Michigan, to discuss education, hunger and raise awareness for numerous types of cancer and how we can help. Wegner and Glisson's Admirals were able to help raise $10,000 for the Linda Asbury cancer benefit.

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