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Philadelphia Americans Press Releases

  • Seton Hall, Syracuse Double for Americans +

    For the second draft in a row the Philadelphia Americans looked to Seton Hall and Syracuse programs to recruit into the OBWL. With pick #26 in the 2027 draft the Americans selected Seton Hall point guard Rupert Dismuke, and Syracuse big man Emile Warren with pick #29. Just a year earlier the Americans selected Shelton Hagerty from Seton Hall and Philip Suiter from Syracuse. The Seton Hall, Syracuse double has some speculators suggesting a strong connection between the Americans and the two schools. After the draft the Americans GM congratulated it's recruiting department on selecting such great talent so deep into the draft. "The praise has to go to our scouts and our recruiting department. They did a great job Read More
  • American's Marching to Newton's Beat +

    In Philadelphia they believe John Newton is the best player in the league and right now he just might be. Newton's latest exploits include a 50 point game in a huge win against his former GM's South Florida outfit, a 37 point game against Seattle and a 33 point game in Portland. Newton dominated the last quarter against Portland after his American's trailed the Lumberjack's by nine points at the final break. Newton had the go ahead bucket late in the game for Philadelphia as they win a crucial game against another playoff hopeful. Officials around the league have also taken a huge interest in the emerging superstar awarding the power forward with 3 of the last 4 Player of Read More
  • Everything American. Renato's Return, Philli All-Stars and more +

    RETURN OF RENATO The return of Renato Ardoin has inspired the Philadelphia Americans into winning ways. The Americans have lost just one game since the return of the 8 time All-star, including a seven game current win streak. A broken arm forced Ardoin to miss the entire month of January, a dismal month for the Americans as they managed to win just three games without their superstar. This season the American's have won half of their matches that Renato Ardoin has played and are currently making a hard charge at a playoff spot as the rejuvenated star confirms his status as the most important player on the American list. ROOKIE SHELTON HAGERTYSHINES With pick #16 of the 2026 rookie draft Read More
  • Americans Lure Sniper, Set to Decline Options +

    Being over the salary cap coming into the free agency period the Americans had very few cards to play so they had to be wise about the way they spent their remaining cash. Philadelphia did have use of their MLE and LLE but their attention quickly turned to young journeyman center Gregory Brown. Both the Snipers and Brown himself seemed uninterested in a return to Sacramento and Philadelphia seized the opportunity to sign the young seven foot center to just a $900k contract. "We're not sure why there was such a lack of interest in Gregory Brown but we really like what we see in his skill set. We love his efficiency ratings and we're hoping to work out a Read More
  • Research and Development in Philadelphia as the Knight Family Return +

    Arnulfo Goodwin has sold the Philadelphia Americans back to the Knight family for an undisclosed amount. Goodwin bought the team from Jerry Knight back in 2018 and after more than eight seasons of ownership and around $250 million dollars in profit Goodwin handed back ownership to Jerry Knight's older brother David. It's understood the Knight family were angered at Jerry Knights flash sale of the Americans back in 2018 and have pursued re-owning the team for a number of years. David Knight and GM Gibson got to work quickly in order to pave a new direction for the club both on and off the court. Rumors were flying the entire American team was on the verge of being traded out Read More
  • Philadelphia Presser Ahead of Season Opener +

    On the eve of the season opener the Philadelphia Americans GM has finally faced the media ahead his teams clash with the Seattle SeaDogs. Gibson so far has layed low since returning to the top job which has frustrated many sports journalists and writers of the OBWL who have been forced to wait for answers or anything to write about in regards to the Philadelphia organisation. That wait was finally over today as the Americans called a press conference to discuss everything from Gibson's return to management and the Americans championship prospects to Gibson's long running feud with the Stallions GM. "What did you make of the pre-season in Philadelphia? It seems like you guys did a fair amount of Read More
  • Americans Shocked With Sudden Regime Change +

    JAY AMADO QUITS, GIBSON HIRED The Philadelphia Americans were shocked with the sudden departure of their long time GM Jay Amado who left the organisation for the swamp lands, beaches and people running from their past. Jay now calls Florida home. With little time and a coaching roster to assemble the American organisation received a call from former Minnesota GM Steve Gibson applying for the role. Despite the roller coaster of a ride that was the Minnesota Marauders and two seasons out of the system Gibson obviously said the right things to secure the position. NEW HEAD COACH IN TOWN Gibson's first job was to secure a Head Coach and an Assistant Coach.The Americans secured Fidel Pelaez who was high Read More
  • Hope, Heath, and Possibilities Abound for New Look Americans +

    And just like that, the Philadelphia Americans were all in. Shortly before Christmas, general manager Jay Amado threw in the towel on the Horace Robinson experiment, and the Americans announced that he would be dealt to the Honolulu Inferno for an on-paper unremarkable collection of expiring salary and what looked to be a late first round pick. Robinson and bench sparkplug Henry Barrick were sent away in a three-team trade, with Robinson landing in Hawaii and Barrick heading south, to the Tampa Bay Tritons. Coming to Philadelphia along with the Inferno first round pick were center Jasper Hughes, point guard Henry Moreland, and shooting guard Joey Short. “That trade was more about balance,” Amado says, looking back on it. “We Read More
  • Philadelphia Deals Drumm for HoRob +

    In a somewhat surprising move, the Philadelphia Americans announced prior to the draft that the team had moved OBWL legend Joseph Drumm to the Los Angeles Chaos in return for 25-year-old point guard Horace Robinson. The move is a curious one for the Americans, who signed Drumm to a max deal just two seasons ago. “Words can't describe how grateful we are to Joey for his two years in Philadelphia,” general manager Jay Amado said. “Unfortunately, things did not turn out the way we had hoped they would, and we figured that it would be in the best interest of everyone if we made this move.” In two seasons in Philadelphia, Drumm did everything the team asked of him, including Read More
  • Meet Philadelphia's Los Asesinos +

    Dinero! *Swish* *Thud* Dinero! *Swish* *Thud* Dinero! *Swish* *Thud* It’s a pattern that has become very familiar in the empty confines of the CGK Garden on off nights in Philadelphia in the last month and a half. “Dinero” means money in Spanish--a language that Philadelphia's two leading scorers, Brian Montes and Matt Torres learned to speak before they knew English. Montes, the more outspoken of the two could very easily be talking about the money that the two of them will make in the coming years. He signed a five-year deal worth over 114 million dollars last offseason, while Torres inked his name next to a four-year, 58.24 million dollar deal this year. But, that's not what Montes means. With Read More
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