Junior Division Pre-season Rankings

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The Junior Wheelin’ Jazz finished the first year strong with a great showing at the National Tournament. Our second year starts off with a bang with a top 25 ranking in the pre-season poll.

The Executive Committee of the Junior Division is excited to post the Pre-Season Top 32 and kick off another great season of Wheelchair Basketball.  Good luck to all teams as they fight through the competition on the way to the 2010-2011 National Championship.  Keep up with all the action on www.nwba.org!  Teamwork and sportsmanship reign supreme in one of the toughest fields in Junior Division history!

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves – 3 in a row – who will stop a 4th?
  2. Rancho Renegades- another final 4 very possible
  3. Michigan Rollin’ Pistons- main core of players back this could be the year.
  4. Bennet Blazers- the beast of the east – don’t count them out
  5. Nebraska Red Dawgs- more mature and getting better every year
  6. Houston TIRR Hotweels- good group of talent
  7. Wheelin’ Wizards- young and aggressive
  8. San Diego Hammer- Nice finish last year can they improve
  9. Sterling Heights Challengers- Good balance on the floor and tenacious D
  10. Seattle Jr. Sonics – every year they make a run
  11. Music City Thunder- Have been together for a while, might surprise?
  12. St. Lukes Tornados- looking for back to back Varsity runs
  13. Windy City Warriors- could be a top 10 team
  14. Turnstone Flyers- young but will be ready to play
  15. Katie’s Komets- a fixture every year and always play tough
  16. Long Island Lightening- could be the year they make a move
  17. Dallas Junior Mavericks- 2010 N.I.T. Champions with full squad back, hmmmm!
  18. RHI Mini Pacers- loss of key players – can they make it back to “The Game”?
  19. Georgia Blazers- 40 min. of hustle every night
  20. Nebraska Red Dawgs- will make a strong push for a Varsity Bid – watch out!
  21. Lakeshore Lakers- looking to make some noise at the varsity level
  22. Oklahoma Blaze- very young squad but will ‘do work’
  23. Charlotte Rollin’ Bobcats- not happy with last years finish watch out this year
  24. Utah Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz– nice top 8 finish last could improve this year
  25. Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Suns- stumbled early last year but came back strong
  26. Hammond Rollin’ Hoosiers- they did themselves proud last year – may make waves
  27. Denver Jr. Rolling Nuggets- the home team wants to make some major noise this year
  28. Grand Rapids Jr. Pacers- There goal is always varsity so dont get in their way
  29. New Jersey Jr. Nets- Did an excellent job with a young squad
  30. Mad City Badgers- not the biggest but may play the hardest
  31. Minnesota Gophers.- first year showed they ‘got game’
  32. Milwaukee Heat – never gave up played all 40 min.

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