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In 2000, Levingston began his coaching career as head coach for the Dodge City Legends of the United States Basketball League (USBL), where he won "Coach of the Year "in 2002.
So Creer focused on specializing in pairing the National Women's Basketball League, the United States Basketball League, and WNBA players during their off-season in the U.
Bell had gotten all these professional basketball abbreviations down in the past year after stops in the International Basketball League, the Continental Basketball League, the United States Basketball League - except for the three letters he longed for the most.
Her many achievements include becoming the youngest basketball player in Olympic history to win a silver medal, being the first woman to play in the men's United States Basketball League, and being inducted into both the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
``I don't get to see my sons play very often, so I'm just glad to be here,'' said Rick, who was recently named coach of the New Jersey entry in the United States Basketball League.
Lieberman went on to play professionally with the Phoenix Mercury in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and was the first woman ever to play in a men's league, the United States Basketball League.
April 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The United States Basketball League (BULLETIN BOARD: USBL) is preparing for the 2010 season.
Jones, the latest incarnation of the two-sport athlete, expects to play 10-15 minutes for the Jacksonville Barracudas of the United States Basketball League and then defend his title against lightly regarded Canadian Eric Lucas in Jacksonville.