King Of Kings Gets NCAA Division I Sanction
(WIBX950 Sports) The King of Kings men's summer basketball league has again received sanction from the NCAA for Division I players to participate. The league expects to have players from Syracuse University and other Division I schools. According to King of Kings spokesperson, Brandon Long, the season will begin on Wednesday night, June 15th at Utica College. Beginning the following week, games will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Notre Dame High through the end of the eight-week regular season.
When King of Kings was sanctioned by the NCAA in 2009, players like BYU's Jimmer Freddette and SU Players Brandon Triche, Rich Jackson, Kris Joseph, Scoop Jardine and Mookie Jones all participated.
The league is also in the process of getting NCAA sanction for the women's division.