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Noozhawk: Santa Barbara Court of Champions to Award Scholarships at Sunday’s Silent Auction

One local female and one male basketball player will be chosen to receive a college scholarship at the Santa Barbara Court of Champions Silent Auction this weekend. The event was created to raise revenue for the Court of Champions College Scholarship Fund, providing financial aid to local boys and girls who desire to continue their education at the collegiate level. Silent auction items will be displayed at both the High School …Read More


The Santa Barbara Breakers Professional Basketball team won two games on saturday, May 28, to take back the WCBL crown that denied them in 2010, with a resounding 130-108 semi-final win over the Venice Beach Ninja’s (3rd seeded of 8 teams) and 4 hours later, defeated the West LA Advantage 110-107 in the Championship Game at Santa Barbara High School Gymnasium. In the earlier semi-final contest, the Advantage came back …Read More

Santa Barbara Breakers Basketball

A monumental opportunity has arisen as the Santa Barbara Breakers announce an agreement to play 3 games versus the Korean National Team in Las Vegas. The games will be played July 8-9th and July 17th while the NBA is conducting their Las Vegas Summer League, with 21 NBA teams competing during the 2 week event. Breakers President Curt Pickering stated, “I was elated to receive a call from the NBA …Read More

Breakers season opens as Tournament Champions, Taylor named MVP

The Santa Barbara Breakers were victorious in claiming the “Who’s Next” Classic Basketball Tournament held over the weekend in Lynwood, California. Ten teams competed during the two-day event. Three teams from the WCBL (West Coast Pro Basketball League) entered the tournament and finished 1st (Breakers); 3rd (Nation Wide All-Stars) and 4th (Marina Del Rey Advantage). The Breakers had an easy time in game one, trouncing the Hollywood Aztecs 122-61. The …Read More

Breakers Sign 3 players for 2011 Season

The Santa Barbara Breakers have signed 3 players for the upcoming 2011 basketball season. Dante Hunter, a 6’3 point guard from Compton, California has agreed to play with the Breakers after being employed in Peru, Honduras and Columbia the past 2 years. He is a 2008 graduate of University of Purdue at Calumette in Gary, Indiana. Hunter averaged 16.3 points per game; 7.2 assists during his most recent stint in …Read More

Breakers Win Black History Tournament!

The Santa Barbara Breakers repeated as the WCBL Black History Classic champions by defeating the West Los Angeles Advantage 101-98 in dramatic fashion. This roller coaster of a game started with the Breakers trailing by 13 points in the first period. Breakers fought back with the help of Tim Taylor, the tournament’s leading scorer, who scored a game high 30 points. The Breakers completed the thriller in the final seconds …Read More

Breaker to Bengal…

Then Breaker, now Bengal, Terrell Owens (TO), a physical specimen, always finds a way to keep himself in shape. This time the Breakers found Owens. On a Scouting trip, team President Curt Pickering and Director of Operations Sergio Hernandez ran into Terrell Owens in Los Angeles. Owens has always been a basketball aficionado and a gym rat which made it easy for the Breaker executives to enthrall TO with the …Read More

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