Champions Basketball League’s Los Angeles team to be first-ever pro team in the city owned by fans, with perks including owners-only access, VIP seats, player meet and greets, and more

LOS ANGELES– June 1, 2017 – Champions Basketball League, a new professional summer basketball league made up of players straight out of the NBA, announced today an innovative new fan ownership opportunity for its Los Angeles team, the Los Angeles SuperStars. This ownership opportunity – a first of its kind for a pro team in California – allows fans to become owners of the Los Angeles SuperStars by investing in the team directly, creating an opportunity for fans to be actual team owners and to enjoy the many benefits of ownership. Interested fans can learn more about the ownership opportunity by visiting

Own a piece of the LA Superstars

The Los Angeles SuperStars are part of the Champions Basketball League, a professional summer league for players who have come out of the NBA. With teams nationwide based in major U.S. cities, the league will play its regular season games in July and August, with a championship tournament in Las Vegas in September. With more than 160 players, including many former NBA All-Stars, it will be the nation’s first professional league exclusively for players from the NBA, featuring the greatest basketball available in the months of July, August and September.

Team ownership includes exciting perks – owners get to attend practice for free, sit in the premium owners sections, make use of an owners-only door, attend team parties, receive discounts on special tickets, merchandise and parking, attend player meet and greets, be on management conference calls, and even get the chance to win the opportunity to be an assistant coach for a game. Owners can sit courtside and attend the hottest basketball events of the year, including an owners party with the team.

“After decades of involvement with the sport, it was obvious that fans wanted more opportunities to connect with the game,” said Mark Scoggins, L.A. SuperStars CEO and Western Region EVP. “So, we created the opportunity where fans could be owners, with the amazing perks ownership implies. This is actual ownership where fans become owners along with our founding team owners, so it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for fans to be more connected than ever before to a professional sports team. Fans for the first time in L.A. history can enjoy all the special perks that only ownership can bring.”

The Los Angeles SuperStars boasts a roster with former NBA players including Corey Maggette, Carlos Boozer, Al Thornton, Mike Bibby, Marcus Banks, Josh Childress, Daniel ‘Boobie’ Gibson, Jamario Moon and Brian Cook. The team features a legendary front office that includes Lakers great Byron Scott as President, Gary Payton as General Manager, and Mitch Richmond as Head Coach. The team is part of Champions Basketball League, playing a summer season in 12 major markets around the country.

 Champions Basketball League games are designed with the fan in mind, featuring athletes in the stands, youth pre-game shootarounds with the pros, post-game meet and greets, contests to win game merchandise, and more.

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About the L.A. SuperStars

The L.A. SuperStars are a member of the Champions Basketball League. The SuperStars front office includes NBA Champion Byron Scott as team President, NBA Champion and Hall of Famer Gary Payton as General Manager, and NBA Champion and Hall of Famer Mitch Richmond as Coach. The SuperStars player roster includes NBA stalwarts like Corey Maggette, Mike Bibby, Carlos Boozer, Al Thornton, Daniel Gibson, Josh Childress, Marcus Banks, Jamario Moon, and Brian Cook. With all athletes straight out of the NBA, these guys got game. Visit

About Champions Basketball League

Champions Basketball League is an exciting brand of sports and unique programming that is all about the fans. Champions Basketball League delivers fan-favorite players straight from the NBA, featuring a nationwide 5-on-5 professional summer basketball league. Launching this summer, tickets priced at $25 include a meet & greet and a pre-game youth shootaround with pro players. Champions League will host year-round charity events, camps and community-based programs in all 50 states, connecting fans and athletes through a bold new sports marketing model. Social responsibility is a cornerstone of the organization. Year-round programming will include hundreds of community and Internet-based events featuring Champions League players and coaches to benefit charity partners. Champions has assembled a highly accomplished leadership team that brings together decades of professional sports, marketing and management experience to lead the league’s teams and marketing activities. More information can be found on their website at