Indianapolis, IN The Basketball League (TBL) a new professional basketball league has named BSN SPORTS as its exclusive apparel and equipment supplier.  Evelyn Magley, the first African American woman ever to own a professional sports league (of any kind) for men in the United States, wants the very best for the young men playing in TBL.

“We are impressed with the amazing array of products that BSN SPORTS offers. It is vital that our players, coaches and staff feel good about how they present themselves while participating in games and community engagement.  BSN SPORTS is on the “cutting edge” in providing the best for our players.”

“We are truly excited about this unique opportunity to partner with The Basketball League” said Bob Kizer, Regional Sales Manager at BSN SPORTS. From custom uniforms and The Rock basketballs to equipment and fan wear, we are committed to serving all of their coaches, athletes and the broader community with best in class product and service.”

About BSN SPORTS
Dallas-based BSN SPORTS is the leading marketer, manufacturer and distributor of sporting goods apparel and equipment. A division of Varsity Brands, BSN SPORTS markets and distributes its products to over 100,000 institutional and team sports customers in colleges and universities, middle and high schools, and recreational programs throughout the United States via catalog, e-commerce, and direct sales. Focused on providing game changing solutions through local partnerships, multi-brand selection and one-stop shopping for equipment and uniforms, BSN SPORTS’ more than 2,000 employees have been helping elevate participation in team sports since 1972. For more information about BSN SPORTS please visit www.bsnsports.com.

About The Basketball League

Based in Indiana,The Basketball League (TBL) is dedicated to delivering a World Class Professional Basketball experience to our community, our fans, and business partners:

•Provide communities with a professional basketball team that gives an affordable/quality family entertainment experience.

•Offer support and encouragement to local communities through engagement in school and group appearances, youth camps, clinics and non-profit organizations.

•Afford basketball players the opportunity to make a living playing the game they love, in America.

•Procure local individuals or groups an opportunity to own a professional sports business. A relatively low cost barrier to entry, a proven game plan to success, with a return on their investment while positively impacting their region.

The league has targeted 40 markets across North America and expects to start with 12-16 teams January 2019. Each team will play a 32 game schedule with all games being televised or available via livestream.

Players are paid on a sliding scale from $1,500 – $7,500 per month.

The league is hosting 27 combine events across the country in an effort to find the best talent available. Travel costs to be kept to a minimum for prospects who desire to attend.

To learn more about the TBL go to: www.thebasketballleague.net      info@thebasketballleague.net

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TBL – “Where the Spirit of the Game Lives”