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Anaheim Archers Press Releases

  • Archers Draft and The Curse of Harry White +

    ANAHEIM, CA - It's not usual, in a league so infatuated with youth, to see a team poised to select some of the most talented and youngest players it's seen declare for the draft in a while bail out of a top pick. Deals in the lottery are not uncommon as the Pioneers showed last season when they moved all star guard Mack Lavoie to the Manhattan Swing for the rights to select Ambrose Vela. However, never before in league history has a top three selection been traded. Fans usually are fond of saying, "I like [X many] players but it really drops off after that," and that number has been three more than not. A roll call of the players Read More
  • Season of Lumps, Season of Growth +

    ANAHEIM, CA - The annual sportswriter's poll for end of season awards has been completed. No surprise, Charles Flowers takes home MVP hardware and Jean Larry is DMVP. Those two practically own those awards in the past few seasons. Chicago's seven footer Byron Dambrosio took home the hardware much to the disappointment of Archer faithful. Many had hoped that Ray Weston would challenge for the award. Weston, a promising 6'9" forward from Syracuse spent all last year in the OBDL so his rookie eligibility was still intact. "Ray progressed quite a bit in Paris," said coach Hensley, "I think he can contribute in a similar manner at his level because of his abilty to stretch the floor but also provide the Read More
  • Archers Enjoy Springtime of Youth at Annual All Star Festivities +

    ANAHEIM, CA - As the OBWL descended on HSBC London Palace for the annual all star festivities, the Archers find themselves in an interesting predicament. "We're ahead of schedule," said General Manager Eric Stelle, "as initally forcasted, our coaching staff would have had enough time to get our group of young players together and develop them as a unit just in time to have many veteran contracts expire and perhaps pursue a free agent who could complete the puzzle. There's no end of sayings about making plans and that's happened to us in a happy way." The Archers were supposed to collect a lottery pick again this year according to preseason forecasting; however, they are currently in the #8 spot in Read More
  • Wright Secures ROTY Hardware Amid Hubbub +

    ANAHEIM, CA - Fresh in from the league office, 6'7" rookie Randolph Wright has been awarded the Rookie of the Year honor. The Archers cleaned house last off season sending the fragments of their '22 Championship team to every corner of the league. James Wall, MVP in '22 arrived in Boston and is still enjoying the playoff limelight as Boston battles for their shot at the cup. Alain Lagon is doing the same at one of the favorites for the Cup, the London Knights. Long Foote has faded into a more quiet anonymity though, at 28, appears to be the "elder statesman" on a team full of high impact rookies like Charles Ackerman and Erik Langolis. All of this paved the Read More
  • Wall Press Conference Outburst "Unacceptable" +

    SACRAMENTO, CA - The roller coaster season of the Anaheim Archers continued in Sunday's game against the Sacramento Snipers. The Archers, currently in a heated race for the American West conference with a surging Kansas City team. Just a half game behind them are the defending champion Sun Kings on their heels the Indiana Invaders. In a season where a half game here or there can mean home court seeding, every game counts and the Archers are suffering inexplicable and near total offensive collapses where they should be putting teams away. The first came in Las Vegas where a struggling Blackjacks team handed the team a blistering 41 point loss. Reports of Archers players interacting with the Blackjack's best defensive trait Read More
  • The Art of More +

    ANAHEIM, CA - As off season activity buzzes throughout the league, beat reporters covering the Archers off season practices note a new saying on the locker room wall. It reads, “Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.” This quote is attributed to Sun Tzu's "The Art of War" but it is unclear if this was the idea of Coach Bennett, GM Stelle, or the players themselves. When asked about that, Stelle chuckled, "I don’t mind it one bit. The quote speaks about mindset and visualization. We have quite a few new faces in the locker room who may not fully grasp what they are a part of. Read More
  • Fireside with Anaheim General Manager +

    ANAHEIM, CA - Following the defeat of the Archers at the hands of the stacked St. Louis Sun Kings, the front office of the Archers has been quiet. Some speculate they were licking their wounds or simply resting after a long run last year caught up with their long run this year. Archers general manager Eric Stelle broke the silence to talk frankly about his team's performance and give the fans a look toward the future as he sat down with OSPN commentators for a quick fire Q&A session. OSPN: We'll start wtih center Stelle: An evolving position. In days past, it was all about the roadblock. As you know, here in Anaheim, we are a bit less traditional in our Read More
  • Midseason Madness +

    ANAHEIM, CA - Reports of turmoil at this year's all star festivities in Anaheim have been lightning up the news wire. Stories of St. Louis' Timothy Adler's temper tantrum due to lack of all star minutes inundated the Archers' press team with requests for comments. Did coach Bennett, who was at the helm of a seventeen point loss 129-112 to the West Stars, hurt their chances by not playing Adler? Did he and Adler exchange words during practice leading up to the game? What about Lynwood Emmert's outburst and was it related somehow to Adler? When asked about the game, coach Bennett said, "I played as many as I could but this wasn't an 'everybody gets a trophy' game. I put Read More
  • Ticker Tape Gives Way +

    ANAHEIM, CA - It's been four months since the Archers sealed the deal and secured the second cup in franchise history; yet, before the ribbon from their homecoming parade had been cleaned up, many were already back on the grind. "As you get older, you can't celebrate too hard 'cause you gotta take care of yourself," said veteran point guard Karl Holley, "and taking care of yourself is an all the time thing." Holley, who saw his minutes slashed this season has become more of a mentor to the stable of young point guards that have come into Anaheim of late. All star James Wall and up and coming Tony Bowe both have blossomed under the tutelage of the Archer's staff Read More
  • Ticker Tape Gives Way +

    ANAHEIM, CA - It's been four months since the Archers sealed the deal and secured the second cup in franchise history; yet, before the ribbon from their homecoming parade had been cleaned up, many were already back on the grind. "As you get older, you can't celebrate too hard 'cause you gotta take care of yourself," said veteran point guard Karl Holley, "and taking care of yourself is an all the time thing." Holley, who saw his minutes slashed this season has become more of a mentor to the stable of young point guards that have come into Anaheim of late. All star James Wall and up and coming Tony Bowe both have blossomed under the tutelage of the Archer's staff Read More
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