2006 Dodge City Legend News

Warriors Sign Renaldo Major To 10-Day NBA Contract
The Golden State Warriors have signed forward Renaldo Major of the NBA Development League to a 10-day contract, Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Mullin announced.

Legend Looses to Cranes in Championship Game
"It was a bitter end to a great season for the Dodge City Legend as they lost their bid to become the third USBL franchise to win back-to-back league titles.

Legend TV Is On The Air!
The Dodge City Legend, in association with Media Services, Inc., is proud to announce the premier of the Dodge City Legend Basketball Show, with Dale Osbourne. The 30-minute television program will be televised two times per week on Cox Cable's "Kansas Now - Channel 22".


Legend Cruises to Win
Dodge City Legend head coach Dale Osbourne found out late Wednesday night that the defunct Pennsylvania ValleyDawgs would not be making their trip to Dodge City for Thursday night's game and that the Legend would be facing the Northeast Pennsylvania Breakers/Delaware Destroyers for a second straight night.


Dodge City Stops Storm in Double Overtime
It had been nearly three weeks since the Legend's first, and only, home game. Saturday the team returned to the Dodge City Civic Center to take on the USBL Midwest Division-leading Oklahoma Storm.


Legend Notches Back-to-Back Road Wins
In the toughest scheduling situation the team will face all season, the Legend traveled to Brooklyn Sunday morning to face the Kings, only hours after getting their first road win of the season Saturday night at Pennsylvania. It would be their fourth game in as many days.


Dodge City Gets First Road Win of the Season
The road has not been kind to the Legend so far, and with a trip to the perennial USBL Eastern Division powerhouse Pennsylvania ValleyDawgs' home court, it could have gotten worse.


Legend Looses Second Straight
For the second straight night the Dodge City Legend lost a heart-stopper on the road, falling to the Long Island PrimeTime, 98-96 in overtime.


Dodge City Drops First Game of Road Trip
For the first half of Thursday night's game against the Northeast Pennsylvania Breakers, the Legend looked unstoppable, building up a 72-50 halftime lead.


Legend Wins Season Opener
One thing was brutally clear following the Dodge City Legend's season-opening victory Sunday night - Lazarus Sims doesn't like to lose.


Sun Arrives in Dodge City
The Dodge City Legend's 7-9 center, Sun Ming Ming arrived in Dodge City Tuesday night. The Legend is the 22 year-old rookie's first professional team. At seven-feet, nine-inches, Sun is the tallest player in U.S. professional basketball. Click here for video of Sun's arrival.

Legend Roster Starts to Take Form
With the season a little less than three weeks away, Dodge City Legend coach and general manager Dale Osbourne has been busy trying to solidify the roster.


Legend Signs World’s Seventh Tallest Man
Move over Yao Ming, there’s a new Chinese star looking for the riches of playing in the NBA, and believe it or not, he’s even bigger than the 7-foot-5-inch Houston Rockets star.


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