San Diego Storm Press Releases

  • Another Year More Defensive Sorrows +

    SAN DIEGO, CA - San Diego Storm is off to a very slow start in the 2022 campaign. Storm are currently 13 and 36, winning only 27% of their games, while only winning 6 games at home, and 7 games on the road. San Diego is not the worst offensive team in the league scoring 102.6 points per game, but they are definitely the worst defensive team in the league allowing 111.1 points per game. Storms are ranked 11th in points scored, but are ranked among the worst and every other category. Storm came into the season hoping to build on a 30 win season last year, but with limited finances, Storm were not able to run any great free agents, Read More
  • Another Year More Defensive Sorrows +

    SAN DIEGO, CA - San Diego Storm is off to a very slow start in the 2022 campaign. Storm are currently 13 and 36, winning only 27% of their games, while only winning 6 games at home, and 7 games on the road. San Diego is not the worst offensive team in the league scoring 102.6 points per game, but they are definitely the worst defensive team in the league allowing 111.1 points per game. Storms are ranked 11th in points scored, but are ranked among the worst and every other category. Storm came into the season hoping to build on a 30 win season last year, but with limited finances, Storm were not able to run any great free agents, Read More
  • SDS 2022 Draft Recap +

    San Diego, CA - The OBWL 2022 draft was fill with controversy, as to which players should have gone ahead of the other, and as always San Diego did not fall short of surprising league with their #9 pick. In accordance to the Mock Draft the Storm was patiently waiting to land John Weatherford, only to be disappointed by Weatherford being drafted at 7 by the Muscle. Storm then look to fill a position they have been lacking for quite sometime, by landing a true point guard. Bertram Hayes from Mississippi State was the player of choice. Hayes joins the OBWL as one of the more ready player in the draft. Most of his skills surround his ability to handle and Read More
  • Storm climbs to 30 wins in 2021 +

    San Diego CA - After hitting rock bottom just 2 seasons before, the Storm has increased their win total for the second consecutive season, winning 20 games in 2020 and 30 wins this season. Storm came out of 2021 season ranked 11 in scoring, but struggled mightily when it came to stopping their opponents. San Diego gave up 105.6 points per game ranking them 5th in most point allowed. The Storm could have held their own against any team on the offensive end, ranking 16th with .436 FG%, 11th with .744 FT% and 9th hitting .373% from downtown. San Diego also were rank 7th in rebounding, but they struggled distributing the ball, having Jose Lakes leading the team with merely a Read More
  • Keyes is traded to the Storm +

    San Diego – In a very controversial trade the San Diego Storm landed the 22 year old Daren Keyes from the Archers. The Storm received Keyes and two future 2nd round picks, while the Archers was to receive just two 1st Rounders in the deal. Due to rules of salary matching the trade became the center of controversy across the league, as the Storm added Newton Gorman PG and Cameron Gaughan SG to match salaries. GMs across the league found Gorman, Gaughan and a 1st was sufficient, while having to add a second pick made this the worst trade ever. This is what GM Prince Amour had to say: Prince: “Hey it never really pens out the way you want it, Read More
  • Banks Want Out +

    San Diego - Storm had 10 wins all season long last season. Prince Amour convinced the team owners that this was the effects of a complete restart. It was also the worst season in the franchise’s history. Prince Amour worked a bit harder this off season in adding a few more contributing players to his roster and half way into this season the Storm are 10-30 at the half way point, meaning they have a 50% chance of doubling their last season win totals. Though they felt confident coming into the season, the Storm had a rough star to the season, but seemed to have gotten a bit more competitive around the midway point, than they did at the start of Read More
  • Storm 2020 Draft Recap +

    SAN DIEGO - Storm had a pretty decent draft in 2020, they entered the draft with only one pick. Storm traded away their former number 1 pick, Severin Saulter for the Enforcers 1st and 2nd rounder. Storm later traded the Blaze 1st to the Buzzards for another two 1st rounders. This is how the Storm draft looks on paper. With the 4th picked overall Storm selected, Scot Gauvin, a point guard out of South Carolina. Gauvin played only 1 year in college, where he played only 22 minutes per game and averaged 9.9 points, but his High School reputation sure got him into the OBWL earlier than necessary. At 6'2 183 LBS, Gauvin fits the regular point guard size, but his Read More
  • Cohen Grateful to be Selected as The One +

    SAN DIEGO TIMES Cohen Grateful to be Selected as The One SAN DIEGO – Jeffry Cohen has rejoined the Storm, after being just 2 years removed. He started his career as an assistant coach and is now back where he started, but this time as the head coach. Cohen after 2 seasons with the Storm, went on to sign a 2 year deal as an assistant coach with the Muscle. With former Head Coach Barnaby, not being offered an extension, going into this season, the Storm reached out to Cohen offering him a 5 year deal to become the new Head Coach. “It was an honor when GM Amour reached out to me, and explained that the Storm’s management believed I Read More
  • Storm 2019 Draft Highlights +

    SAN DIEGO - General Manager Prince Amour was not able to attend the 2019 OBWL Rookie draft. He therefore trusted his Head Coach, Kyle Barnaby, to connect the dot. Unfortunately Barnaby completely missed any chance of landing any of those young goodies. Storm having 4 picks in the 2019 and Barnaby intentions of adding a Point Guard, in the first round, boosted him to do just that. Unfortunately overlooked better Point Guards in, Neal Johnson out of Villanueva and Jake Wakefield from Kansas State, when he selected Benton Leal from Tennessee. Despite Leal posting 15.5 points, 5.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game in the 1 year Tennessee, he is simply not ready for the OBWL. He probably will be a Read More
  • Dolinish stirring up a Storm +

    SAN DIEGO - After Spending only 3 season with Boston, Everett Dolinish finds himself playing for the San Diego Storm this season. The Storm acquired Dolinish in a very controversial trade, which send Dallas Hunt and Jerald Pyles, 32 million in contract over the next 2 seasons, and two 1st round draft picks to Boston; in exchange for the 2 time All-Star. Hunt and Pyles were basically dead weight and could not find any playing time a struggling Storm team. Storm were 1 year removed from the playoffs, and Prince Amour is doing everything possible to turn this Storm team around without any delay. Boston on the other hand was seeking the opportunity to move an aging Dolinish (35), yet in Read More
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