The Albany Patroons return for another season

Albany Patroons dunk photo by Relentless Awareness

The new-again Albany Patroons will be back for a second season and the 2019 schedule is now out. Their home season at the Washington Ave Armory opens January 12. (The full home schedule is below.)

The Patroons play in a basketball league that's now know as... The Basketball League (TBL). Its inaugural season was last year as the North American Premier Basketball. And, as is typical for many minor leagues, the makeup of the league continues to shuffle. This year's league includes 10 teams spread around the country.

Last year the Patroons were runners up for the league championship to the venerable Yakima SunKings (CBA throwback).

The Patroons are coached by Derrick Rowland, who was a player for the team during its CBA heyday. And they're returning Edwin Ubiles, the former Siena star who was the TBL MVP last year.

Tickets for Patroons games this season are $15 for adults / $5 for kids. Season tickets are $95.

The regular season runs through April.

Albany Patroons 2019 home season

January 12: New York Court Kings at Albany Patroons

January 18: San Diego Waves at Albany Patroons

February 1: Jamestown Jackals at Albany Patroons

February 2: Jamestown Jackals at Albany Patroons

February 8: Mesquite Desert Dogs at Albany Patroons

February 16: New York Court Kings at Albany Patroons

February 23: Jamestown Jackals at Albany Patroons

March 15: New York Court Kings at Albany Patroons

March 18: New York Court Kings at Albany Patroons

March 22: Yakima Sunkings at Albany Patroons

March 29: San Diego Waves at Albany Patroons

March 30: Kansas City Tornadoes at Albany Patroons

April 6: Jamestown Jackals at Albany Patroons

April 7: New York Court Kings at Albany Patroons

April 12: Mesquite Desert Dogs at Albany Patroons

April 22: Jamestown Jackals at Albany Patroons

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photo: Relentless Awareness

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