Minnesota Marauders Press Releases

  • POTW Andrew Bordo Lets Actions Shred the Brass +

    Andrew Bordo has sent a firm message to all the non-believers out there that he is still one of the greatest players in the game and will go down in history as one the greatest scorers to ever grace the basketball court. At 32 years of ages Andrew Bordo is legit.....still. The word "triggered" has crept into society for various reasons. The word "triggered" has now crept into our game. No less than a fortnight ago Andrew Bordo was labelled as "crap". No less than a fortnight ago Andrew Bordo was labelled as "finished". Triggered! Triggered is the fourth highest points scorer of all-time, not the write guy to aggravate. Triggered is an individual with more accolades himself than most Read More
  • "Hardest decision to make yet" Marauders Trade Jenkins +

    Minnesota Marauders boss Steve Gibson fronted the media accompanied by new recruit Stanley Bobo following the trade of dynamic forward Michael Jenkins. The marauders boss obviously shared the fans disappointment of the trade."Trading Michael was the hardest decision I've had to make as GM of this ball club. We drafted Jenkins and helped develop Jenkins into the fantastic player that he is today so sending him to another team really feels like trading your own son". Why Jenkins is the question on the tip of everyone's tongue around the league and a question that was quickly shot at the Marauder boss. "It's a fair question. Our gameplan really put the focus on Michael and it was deliberately geared toward him Read More
  • Big Swerve a Class Above as Minnesota Downs Kentucky +

    The Minnesota Marauders have rallied to beat arch rivals Kentucky in a come from behind win. Down by 8 points at the final break Minnesota surged with a 34 point final term to down Kentucky by 8 points. Ervin Holmes was the standout performer on the court as he monstered his way to a massive stat sheet. Ronald Long and Ray Granger were simply out-matched and completely out-classed all night long as their combined effort was worthless against the more powerful and dominant Ervin Holmes in the white and orange who clearly spent far more time in the gym during the offseason. In the final quarter Ervin Holmes brushed aside Ronald Long with ease scoring clutch baskets, hauling in big Read More
  • Minnesota Find Further Cap Relief +

    The Minnesota Marauders continue to make changes to their list in order to find further cap space by cancelling the fourth year rookie option of speedy point guard Evan Stringer and cutting Patrick Lee who was pick #40 of the 2022 draft. Evan Stringer expressed his disappointment at the lack of minutes he is currently playing and his desire to move on, the club responded by cancelling the last year of his 4 year rookie deal in hopes the youngster can place himself in an ideal situation during the next free agency period. Stringer will remain in Minnesota for the remainder of the year and will be given every opportunity to prove his worth to rival clubs. The second money Read More
  • Elroy Lucier Moving On +

    Elroy Lucier's time in the big league has been marred by controversy and speculation. Exploding onto the scene in 2017 Lucier spectacularly led the league in assists in his first year and then went on to add a superb offensive game to his arsenal of tools which helped him average a double/double for the 2018 season in assists and points. This spectacular and unprecedented arrival quickly turned on its head as an underlying mental health issue rose to the forefront and Lucier battled privately against depression and substance abuse which resulted in a poor training camp and Lucier riding the pine whilst his Marauders went deep into the playoffs of the 2019 season. Lucier finally came clean with Minnesota about Read More
  • Marauders Land Best and Biggest! +

    The Minnesota Marauders held a commanding position in the 2022 OBWL rookie draft holding two first round picks in the top 15 as well as two early second round picks thanks to crafty trading which landed the club the first and second round picks belonging to the Kentucky Stallions who were helpless on-lookers as the Marauders immersed themselves in the talent of what is being described as a once in a generation super draft in which they signed an interior brute in Wallace Briseno and a very dynamic scoring duo in Silas and Moss as Minnesota plans for the inevitable slow down of the much loved Andrew Bordo. With pick #8 Minnesota chose the 22 year old, 7'0" mountain Wallace Read More
  • Explosive claims of corruption as GM labels club a "joke"! +

    "This organization is nothing but a joke" were the words uttered by the Minnesota GM as he passed through a small group of reporters after news filtered down that the Minnesota Marauders had been passed through 3 sets of hands in a the space of just a few hours. The opening line from Gibson was mild compared to what was to come as Gibson would explode dropping bombshell after bombshell claiming a corrupt organisation had taken control of the ownership of Minnesota. The crowd would sit silent as the GM claimed "the systematic buy and sale of the club smelt suspiciously of insider trading or wealthy individuals looking to exploit loop holes". The bizarre events of today means that Minnesota Read More
  • Big Swerve Enters Beast Mode +

    Ervin Holmes the ever reliable center of the Minnesota Maruaders is no stranger to intimidating opponents and posting big defensive numbers. The 24 year old reigning All-Defense center is one of few players in the league that boasts double digit rebounding numbers and more than 4 blocked shots per game with a season average of 10.5 rebounds and 4.1 blocked shots to go along with his 6.7 points. As the Marauders struggle to put wins on the board and the Defensive Player of the Year race heats up the man known as Big Swerve has put in a monster month of performances so far which puts him firmly in the conversation of defender of the year. For the month of Read More
  • Jenkins Leads Marauders to 5 Straight +

    The Minnesota Marauders have raised themselves from the gutter by producing a huge week of basketball on the court. Just 2 days after his 28th birthday Michael Jenkins was handed a late birthday present by OBWL naming him the NATCON player of the week after averaging more than 24 points, 14 rebounds and 5 assists over a 4 game stretch, leading Minnesota to victory all games. When asked about his latest achievement, Jenkins replied "It is an honor to be recognized for the way I'v played this week but I'm more pleased with the way the team is playing. If we keep playing like this we'll be in the playoffs for sure". No-one can argue MJ's point. Michael may have Read More
  • Marauder Profiles: Evan Stringer +

    MARAUDER PROFILES NAME: Evan Stringer #13 DOB: 1-10-1999 (23y) HEIGHT: 6-1 HOMETOWN: Easton, Pennsylvania COLLEGE: Syracuse DRAFTED: 1st Round - Pick #14, 2020 (Minnesota Marauders) AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS 2017 - High School: All-State (Pennsylvania) 2017 - High School: Mr. Basketball (Pennsylvania) 2017 - High School: All-American 2020 - OCBL: Champion (Syracuse) 2020 - OBDL: Rookie Game Participant 2020 - OBDL: All-Star 2020 - OBDL: All-League 3rd Team 2020 - OBDL: All-Rookie 2nd Team BIO Evan Stringer is a 1st class athlete boasting a ready made body for the big league. As a 6-1 point guard Evan Stringer can burn players with his athleticism all game long with his lightning quick pace and endurance. Stringer is also extremely strong for a point guard and his massive leap helps him jam Read More
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