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Fort Worth Dragoons Press Releases

  • Dragoons 2027.1 +

    It may come to a surprise to many, but General Manager Hitch was able to sign some players today. Fort Worth is a small market, but with low loyalty. It is so bad that the owner, Blake Cain, is paying millions to build a new stadium. The team will be moving to Toronto in 2029. Fan support could be low again this year. Rufus Motley is just 28 year old. He was originally drafted by the Snipers as the second overall pick in 2018. Hitch was able to sign Motley in 2022 to a 5 year contract. There was some criticism at the time for the signing. This time he signed for 3 years for around 39 million. The third Read More
  • Dragoons time for a move +

    There have been rumors for years that Blake Cain wanted to move his team out of Fort Worth. The market size is small and fan loyalty has been poor. However, the city has a very high economy. Cain is not all about winning, but like most owners he wants to make money. The team has a nice stadium. It has a capacity of 18013. The Stable Center has 2130 club seats and 118 suite seats. In 2020, the team had 96.6% capacity and had almost 700,000 in attendance. The stadium will soon be empty. Cain had wanted to keep the team close. There were reports last year that Cain was working with the city of Houston. He was looking for Read More
  • Dragoons Digest +

    The Dragoons are battling for the top pick in next years draft. So, what happens? Coach Kolby Kurzyna decided it was time to move his rookies down to the D league. He wanted them to get more playing time and to see if they could work through some things. At the same time, Griffen returned to the team at point guard. So, this is what happens. The guys playing are not giving up. The team won four of five. Three of those wins were on the road where Fort Worth had not won a game all year. Fort Worth still has the second worst record in the league. Will the veterans cost the team a top pick? Will General Manager Read More
  • Dragoons fans losing hope +

    The Fort Worth Dragoons are at the bottom of the league in wins. Season ticket holders had expected a playoff run, but instead are looking at at team heading for the lottery. The staff continues to make roster and line up changes in hopes that wins may come. The Dragoons are 5-5 in the last ten games. Griffen has returned after a long injury recovery. The team is at full strength, but it may be to late to make the playoffs. "Only this staff can screw everything up. First, they led us to believe this was a good team with talent to go into the playoffs. Now, they have a chance to draft first and they decide to start winning," Read More
  • Dragoons' Hitch on the hot seat +

    The Dragoons owner likes to make profits and is normally quiet. When Blake Cain speaks, people listen. There are general managers in the league who believe it is in the best interest for the Dragoons General Manager to tank this season. Cain has never been one to worry about winning or losing. However, yesterday, he told the press that he is expecting improvements this season. "I do not put up with players and coaches not giving their best. These fans pay good money to come see our team play every night. This team will not tank. They will play hard and improve or changes will happen somewhere," the owner stated. What does this mean for Hitch? If the team tanks, Read More
  • Dragoons season over already? +

    The Dragoons started the year at 3-5. The team is loaded with young talented players. Coach Kolby had anticipated a slow start as players learned how to play in the league. He knew it was take time for the game to slow down for the players. What he did not expect was one of his first round picks going out with an injury. This was followed by a second starter going down. Fort Worth has lost 11 straight games and are 1-11 since Ibanez went down with the injury. He has seen spot duty in the last two games after disconnecting his shoulder. His injury was anticipated for 29 days. On top of that Griffen is expected out another 50 Read More
  • Dragoons ready to start the season +

    There are many questions for the Dragoons this year. They include: Can Granger be replaced? Will Motley stay with the team or be traded? Is the team a play off team? What will the starting line up look like? Will this team play an inside game or shoot from behind the arc? Is the team strong enough defensively to win any ball games? What kind of defense will you play? The Dragoons General Manager is responsible for putting the team together. In theory, he gets the guys that his second year coach, Koby Kurzyna, can utilize. Some would argue that last years team tanked the last part of the season to secure a good draft pick. Others would say the Read More
  • Draft Review from the Dragoons Camp +

    There was already a draft recap done, but I thought I would send out a little bit more from the Dragoons point of view. There is a daft every season. Each year, there are a million people acting as general managers from their couch. Each of these individuals believe they know what is best not only for their team and the needs of every other general manager in the league. Today, we will evaluate what really happened in the draft. There was no surprise with the number one pick. Chicago Blaze took C Byron Dambrosio. The big man from Maryland goes to a team that is still in rebuild mode. Can he be the superstar to change the fate of Read More
  • Dragoons get Christmas Gift +

    The Dragoons General Manager Kevin Hitch got an early Christmas gift this week. Fort Worth went into the lottery with the sixth worst record. They came out with the third overall pick in this years upcoming draft. Hitch has built through the draft. Last year was supposed to be the year that Fort Worth made it back to the playoffs, but the team did not get there. The last few draft picks are as follows: 2022 pick 6 SF Baranowksi 2023 pick 9 PG Cottingham 2024 pick 8 PF Budd 2025 pick 15 SF Lett Motley will start be the fourth starter playing shooting guard with Lett coming off the bench. It is expected that Hitch will take the best Read More
  • Dragoons Hopeful +

    Fans are still hopeful that the Dragoons can secure the last playoff spot in the conference. However, they lost an important game to the Muscle just a few days ago. A game that had meaning for the team and they just feel flat on their faces with against them. It was a 24 point loss. Now, they will have to beat good competition. The team is two games down heading into the last week of competition. The team could tank and secure a possible lottery spot or they can compete and not make the playoffs. Early season rumors had Fort Worth trying to leave town in the years to come. It is possible the fans and owner may want them Read More
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