Milwaukee Blast

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Milwaukee Blast
Founded 2011
League ABA
Team history Milwaukee Blast (2011-present)
Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Arena Wisconsin Lutheran College Fieldhouse
Colors                    
Royal blue, sky blue, black, white
Owner(s) Elzie Flenard
Head coach Marc Mitchell
Championships 0
Division titles 0
Mascot Joe Blast-O

The Milwaukee Blast is an expansion franchise of the American Basketball Association which began play in the 2011 season. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Blast will play its home games at the 3,000-seat fieldhouse on the campus of Wisconsin Lutheran College.[1] As of December 15, 2011 they have suspended team operations.

2011-2012 Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Hometown
3 Mo Cain F 6'6" 210 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
4 Gio Riley G 5'11" 180 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
7 Henry Rogers G/SF/PF 6'6" 210 lbs Wichita, Kansas
10 Deonte Tatum G/F 6'3" 190 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
15 Kori Vernon SF 6'6" 240 lbs Madison, Wisconsin
18 J.R. Morris SG/F 6'5" 220 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
20 J.P. Gavinski C 7'0" 230 lbs Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
22 Bobby Grier G 5'10" 185 lbs Indianapolis, Indiana
24 Dupree Fletcher G 6'1" 185 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
28 Joah Tucker 6'5" 220 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
41 Dejaunte Wade PF/C 6'8" 253 lbs Milwaukee, Wisconsin
45 Kenneth Bowman PF 6'8" 230 lbs Denver, Colorado

2011-12 Season Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Location City Record
November 4 at Chicago Steam W 105-98 FOSCO Park Chicago, Illinois 1-0
November 5 at Chicago Steam L 112-118 South Suburban College South Holland, Illinois 1-1
November 13 7:00pm vs. Chicago Fury W 169-95 Wisconsin Lutheran College Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2-1
November 27 1:15pm vs. Porter County Punishers W 168-117 Wisconsin Lutheran College Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3-1
December 2 8:00pm vs. Porter County Punishers W 141-134 Wisconsin Lutheran College Milwaukee, Wisconsin 4-1
December 9 8:00pm vs. Chicago Fury W 111-86 Wisconsin Lutheran College Milwaukee, Wisconsin 5-1

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