Rumble (slamball team)

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Nickname Rumble
Founded 2001
League SlamBall
Team history Played in inaugural SlamBall season in 2002.
Based in

Los Angeles, California

 United States

Green, Silver

Head coach Ken Carter
Championships 1
Website Rumble

The Rumble is one of six teams currently competing in SlamBall.


The Los Angeles Rumble were one of two original Slamball teams, along with the Chicago Mob, formed in 2001. In their first season,they beat the Diablos (now the Hombres) 46–41 and won the first ever championship. The next season they made the playoffs again but lost to the Slashers, after which the league went on hiatus until 2008. When they returned, they finished with a 9–3 record and went to the championship to play the Slashers, whom they lost to, 48–46. The Rumble are the only team to have been in the playoffs every season.


Year Record Post season Coach Place
2002 7–2 W vs. Steal, W vs. Diablos. Ken Carter 1st place
2003 9–1 L vs. Slashers Ken Carter 3rd place
2008 9–3 W vs. Hombres, L vs. Slashers Ken Carter 2nd place
Total 25–6 3–2


Head Coaches[edit]

Coach Record Post season Seasons
Ken Carter 25–6 3–3 4

Current Roster[edit]

Rumble's Roster
  • 4 Jelani Janisse
  • 2 Albert Robinson


  • 22 James Willis
  • 23 Whitney White
  • 27 Anthony Myers
  • 13 Keith Lee


  • 33 Ivan Lattimore
  • 67 Donald Harrison
  • 32 Rodney Patrick