Surf, Slam hoopsters to tangle in another bout Jan. 31

San Diego Surf will host the Los Angeles Slam on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m. at the Miramar College Arena.

The last time these two American Basketball Association teams met was Jan. 3, when the Slam defeated the Surf 145-134.

Surf features talented players including John Clark (St. Mary University), Aaron Hands (UC Riverside) and Kalonji “Kono” Kadima (Wisconsin-Stevens Point). Head coach Terry Mason leads the team. Mason has 31 years of basketball coaching experience.

As a special recession buster offer, Surf fans will get 2 for 1 admission by e-mailing Surf in advance to request tickets at admin@SDSURFHoops.com.

The Miramar College Arena is located at 10440 Black Mountain Rd. in San Diego. Home games have live local half-time entertainment and concessions.

Visit www.SDSurfHoops.com for more information on ticket plans and discounts.

Related posts:

  1. Hoopsters try out for San Diego Surf team
  2. San Diego Surf tops American Basketball Association preseason rankings
  3. Cool canines ruled at Surf Dog Surf-a-Thon
  4. High surf advisory issued for county
  5. Big surf advisory in effect until Monday afternoon

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