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  • London Offseason +

    London entered Free Agency with plenty of cash to spend and several enticing targets to go after. But in the end the club decided the grass wasn't that green on the other side. Instead of making a play for Charles Flowers, Andrew Jackson, etc the Knights re-upped their two superstars: Val Crumley and Jose Owens. In fact GM Lian basically decided to run it back with last team’s team. Jeffrey Cluff, Forrest Valentine, Thomas Grundy and Henry Warnock all return to try and better last season’s disappointing finish. The only new players are the team thus far are role players Evaristo Gonzalez and Cole Engle, and this year’s draftees Orville Callan (#25) and Thad Fowlkes (#53). “We wanted to bring Read More
  • London Ends Season, Eyes Flowers +

    It has been some time since London found itself out of the playoffs in the first round. In fact, that was way back in 2018 during Year 2 of the Crumley and Larry era. It was the first time that the Knights made the playoffs under General Manager Lian’s watch. That year London lost 4-1 to Boston and the Buzzards went on to the Conference Finals. This year the Knights got swept by Vancouver, who are now also in the Conference Finals. Its now up to Lian to regroup the club. This offseason will be big for the franchise. Val Crumley and Jose Owens are both free agents and its likely that the team will not bring both back with Read More
  • London Midseason Report +

    With nearly half the season over, London is in a dogfight with Boston for the top spot in the National East division. The two teams are tied for the division lead with both splitting the head-to-head matchup so far. In a season where many viewed London as vulnerable, the Knights have held steady on the backs of their stalwarts, Val Crumley, Jean Larry and Jose Owens. Crumley remains one of the best floor generals in the league despite being 32 years old. Larry is still Larry, a premier defender, though his blocks are down at 5.4. Though that’s likely due to the team having 3 other bigs rejecting 2+ shots per game. Then there's Owens. The big man started slow Read More
  • London Set for New Season +

    A new season is about to tip off and London has a chance to become the first three-peat champions in league history. The offseason has been relatively quiet as the front office weights paying up to keep the team intact versus waiting until this offseason when the contracts of franchise leader, Val Crumley, and star big man Jose Owens are up for renewal. In the end the team chose to reserve their cap. The results were the departures of Alain Lagon to division rivals, South Florida Sharks. Truman Kaplan and Erik Hall soon followed Lagon to Florida and signed with the Tampa Bay Tritons. Louie Benfield also departed for sunnier locale, moving all the way to San Diego to join Read More
  • London Early Season Report +

    With a little more than a quarter of the way through the season London stands barely atop the National Conference with a record of 22-6, a measly 0.5 game ahead of Minnesota. Boston and Honolulu are 1.5 games back. After re-signing Jean Larry, the Knights have been leaning on the reigning DMVP and the defense as the offense come up to speed. The team is 2nd in the league in points allowed at 89 points and rank 1st in field goal percentage (37%). While the Knights are averaging over 103 points, it has been inconsistent as the coaching staff continuously shuffles the lineup. Coach Bennett has made it a point of emphasis to give everyone on the team playing time. Read More
  • London Midseason Report +

    Half through the season and the Knights sit atop the league standings with a 35-9 record, one game ahead of American Conference powerhouses, the Pioneers and the Tritons. The team is getting it done on both ends of the court, ranking near the top in both defensive and offensive efficiency. On defense, London is once again lead by Jean Larry. Averaging 12 points, 12 rebounds and 7 blocks, Larry looks to be on his way to a 5th straight Defensive MVP award. Coming off another virtuoso performance against Minnesota, where he dropped another triple double on the Marauders, Larry had this to say about the career year he’s having. “Personal achievements are great and I think everyone needs them. They’re Read More
  • Owens: Overweight and Benched +

    Almost 10 games into the season and Jose Owens have yet to start for London. After a career year, Owens was expected to be the focal point for the Knights. But instead he has been relegated to the bench and has watched the team start rookie Gerald Stubblefield and journeyman Tony Jimenez. While both players have done an admirable job filling in, there is no doubt that they don’t come anywhere close to what Owens offers. Both Coach Shay and the front office have been unwilling to discuss Owens’ benching. The silence was broken today as an unidentified source came forward and stated that Owens was in the doghouse due to weight issues. It seems that he came into camp Read More
  • London Acquires Colby Allan +

    In one of the biggest moves of the offseason London acquired Colby Allan from Kansas City for Mack Lavoie and two 1st round picks. There have been rumors that after back to back playoff flame-outs London was looking to aggressively shake up the team. Those rumors were true. Knights GM Jian Lian addressed the team’s decision on the trade. “Before we get into the trade, we first thank Mack for his contributions to the organization. There would have been no championship without him. Time and time again he guarded the opposing team’s top perimeter player and sacrificed his stats in order for us to win. I know there are some of you that think this is due to the prolong Read More
  • London Ends Season +

    As the OBWL Finals is about to get underway, London finds itself in an all too familiar place – vacation. The past two seasons have seen the Knights get ousted in the conference semis. Last year it was the Huskies, this year it was the Demons. Two consecutive early exits have fans wondering if this is it for this talented group of underachievers. Crumley, Larry, Owens and even Lavoie have become recognizable names around the league. Most would agree that they are near the top in their respective positions but in 3 years the Knights have won 1 division crown, made it to the conference finals once and 2 flameouts in the conference semis. Not the results that fans and management Read More
  • London Midseason Report +

    London sent 3 players to the All Star this year. Val Crumley, Jean Larry and Jose Owens were selected as reserves for the National team. It was the most representations in Knights history but whether it leads to a championship remains to be seen. Currently the team is 4.5 games behind Toronto with a 34-16 record at the midway point of the season. “Of course we’ll love to win the division but our main focus is getting ready for the playoffs. Everything else is secondary.” said Coach Shay This year, the team had to incorporate several new players and went back to their power game – dumping the ball inside to their bigs. Led by Owens, Larry and Gene White the Read More
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