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Gay Basketball Tourney in L.A.
2007-12-01

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The National Gay Basketball Association has announced that the West Coast Classic III will be held Jan. 19-20, 2008, in Los Angeles, according to GayWired.com .

Twenty teams from across the United States and Europe will compete in three men's divisions; there will also be a women's division.

The tourney will single out the leading contenders for the Coady Classic NGBA Championships, to be held in Chicago in April 2008.

For individual or team registration, see www.ngba.us.


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