New Pro Basketball Team Ownership Plan Opens Entrepreneurship Doors Nationwide

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In 2016 the CBL Exposure League will offer free team ownership to help create entrepreneurship opportunities and training for sports management careers in communities throughout the US.

Number one we sell the best product in the world, basketball. Number two, the United States is so basketball rich when it comes to post-high school and college players...

For someone that loves basketball and may have had a few animated debates with friends or family members about how good a team would be if they were at the helm of its management would absolutely love what the CBL Exposure League is doing.

The CBL has created a new type of basketball league for amateur and semi-pro players that is taking off with the likes of a superstar iPhone app or Silicon Valley tech start-up. The CBL is projecting 150 teams to join the league in 2016, and that would equate to a three year growth rate of 1,775%.

What's their secret sauce for the company's growth in popularity and team expansion success you ask? That's an easy answer, says Jamar Johnson, the CBL's Chief Commissioner.

"Number one we sell the best product in the world, basketball. Number two, the United States is so basketball rich when it comes to post-high school and college players. And Three, I designed the league so that anyone who loved the game could be involved," said, Johnson.

The origins of the CBL name comes from Community Basketball Leagues, and CBL is looking to use its new 2016 team ownership business opportunity as a way to decrease violence, drug addiction, and crime. The league also wants to help improve race relations by getting teams actively playing games and doing outreach activities in their communities.

Starting a team in the CBL is the same as starting a business. Creating economic and career development for team owners and players is the goal.

On the cblsemipro.com website they boast about the possibility of their team owners making over two hundred thousand dollars a year, and there is no team license fee to start a team. Teams pay an admin fee of $60 per team each game they play.

For those who love basketball and have a flare for entrepreneurship the CBL Exposure League may be worth checking out.

Go to cblsemipro.com for more information and to start a team.

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