King of Kings summer league will feat...

King of Kings summer league will feature four Syracuse University players this year

There are 1 comment on the WKTV - Sports - College story from Jun 14, 2009, titled King of Kings summer league will feature four Syracuse University players this year. In it, WKTV - Sports - College reports that:

The King of Kings summer basketball league is ready to re-start at Utica College, and once again the talent level has increased thanks to NCAA certification that allows current Division I players to participate.

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Joe Smith

Fayetteville, NY

#1 Aug 11, 2009
King of Kings Womens Basketball was a successful program this summer. The only problem was the organizers did not pay the refs. I officiated 12 games and still haven't been paid, in fact the organizers refuse to return my telephone calls and text messages. How many officials will work for nothing next year after this information gets out?

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