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Santa Barbara Breakers

Santa Barbara Breakers
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Founded 2007
League WCBL 2008-present
IBL 2007
Team history Santa Barbara Breakers
2007-present
Arena Santa Barbara City College
2007-present
Based in Santa Barbara, California
Colors Red & Blue
Owner(s) Curt Pickering
Head coach Curt Pickering
Championships 1
Division titles 1

The Santa Barbara Breakers are a team that plays in the West Coast Pro Basketball League.

They team's maiden season began on April 13, 2007[1] in the International Basketball League. The team featured several former NBA players, such as Toby Bailey, Fred Vinson, Samaki Walker and Lamond Murray. Their regular season record was 17-6 and they lost in the IBL West Division Championship to the eventual 2007 IBL Champion, Portland.

In 2008, the Breakers Organization switched over to the newly formed WCBL, and provided the league's inaugural season an 18-0 undefeated champion. Former UCSB shooting guard Josh Merrill was named the league's regular season and playoff MVP as a member of the Breakers after their championship game.

References

External links

  • Official Website
  • Profile at Eurobasket.com


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