Pro Summer Team
The Big Apple Basketball Pro Summer Team was established in 2004 and is designed to give professional level players an opportunity to play in elite summer leagues during their off-season.
During the summer of 2016 the BAB Pro Summer team will participate in the famed Nike Pro City Summer League.
The Nike Pro City Summer League is an official NBA sanctioned summer league and has recently featured NBA players, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Roy Hibbert, David Lee, Metta World Peace, Michael Beasley, Brandon Jennings, John Lucas, and more!
BAB has also participated in the prestigious W.4th Street Pro Summer League, as well as the Fireball Pro League.
The W. 4th St. and Fireball Pro Leagues have featured several notable current and former NBA players including, Dr. J, Nate Robinson, Walter Berry, Ron Artest, Anthony Mason, Allan Houston, Al Harrington, Sebastian Telfair, Rafer "Skip To My Lou" Alston, Hakim Warrick, Wilson Chandler and Smush Parker.
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PHIL CARR NAMED MEAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEKMonday, 05 December 2016 18:50
New York, NY - The Big Apple Basketball Pro Summer Team will participate in The Basketball Tournament (TBT) this summer.
This will mark BAB's third consecutive appearance in the event since it was established in 2014. This summer the prize will be $2 million to the winning team.
In 2014, BAB advanced to the Final Four, before falling in overtime with only five players. In 2015, BAB was upset in the round of 32 after defeating Basketball City in the opening round.
The tournament dates are July 16-17 (Philadelphia University), July 21-23 (Philadelphia University), July 30 and August 2 (Fordham University).
TBT is a 64-team single elimination tournament (similar to the NCAA tournament), featuring many pro level players, many of whom have played in the NBA, and currently play professionally overseas and in the D-League.
The complete 2016 scheduled will be released by TBT on July 1.