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NBL Canada Sends Farewell to Orangeville A's
July 27, 2017
NBL Canada Media
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(LONDON) – The Board of Governors announces the resignation of the Orangeville A’s from the National Basketball League of Canada for the upcoming season.
We wish to thank James Tipping and his family for the tremendous contribution to basketball in general and the NBL of Canada. Their support, wisdom and passion were greatly appreciated by players, staff, management and the Board of Governors and they will always be regarded as a true friend of the National Basketball League of Canada.
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