Did You Know A Binghamton Basketball Team Is In Its Own March Madness?
When you say the words "March Madness", what do you think of? If you're a basketball fan, it means the NCAA Division 1 men's college basketball tournament. Where every team wants to win/survive and advance or you lose and go home.
Buzzer beaters and Cinderella upsets help to make it one of the most exciting events to watch in all sports, not just basketball. For me, the first weekend is the best and the Final Four can be a yawner...and starting too late.
Well, the Binghamton area is having a little madness of its own. In the ABA, the Binghamton Bulldogs begin their run to #1 this Saturday at home. The #4 seed Bulldogs will host the #5 Warriors in the ABA Northeast Region quarterfinals.
ESPN Sportscenter Top 10 Type Play
If you haven't been to a Bulldog game yet, then you've been missing ESPN Sportscenter Top 10-type plays like this.
The team features Division 1 talent from all over the country and it's in our own backyard. One of the members of the team is Bradley Christian, who will be playing for the 2022 Summer Deaf Men's Basketball Olympic team in May.
The Binghamton Bulldogs look to pick up their 18th win of the year against a very good 13-3 Garden State Warriors team. It promises to be another sell-out with less than 95 online tickets left.
Don't miss out on your chance to HOWL at the Dawg Pound when NBA-type basketball and talent take to the court on Saturday, March 19th. Tip-off is at 7:05 p.m. at the Bulldogs Sports Complex, 1025 Robinson Hill in Johnson City.