Breaking news
  1. Team Blue wins inaugural girls’ title at Junior Thoroughbreds hoops league
  3. New owner excited to integrate Thoroughbreds with community
  4. Owensboro Thoroughbreds Launch Ticket Sales
  5. Draft Picks 4 And 20 Of The 2nd TBL Draft


October 15, 2020

Former Owensboro Catholic and Duke star Becca Greenwell is still leading teams to victories at the Sportscenter as her Team Blue won the inaugural girls’ varsity title at the Junior Thoroughbreds hoops league. Team Blue took down Team White 56-45 as it was led by MVP Zoe Floyd and her 16 points and 10 rebounds….

September 29, 2020

Indianapolis IN, Evelyn Magley CEO of The Basketball League announced a partnership with the premier training solution company in the world, Dr Dish. “Dr. Dish Basketball strives to help all of those connected to the game reach their dreams and build a legacy. By creating the most innovative shooting machine technology on the market, Dr….

January 9, 2020

The Owensboro Thoroughbreds are back, and new owner Chris Allison is hoping to shed the team’s old reputation with a renewed vision for success. Allison knows it could be a bumpy road, but he’s also confident that his community-first action plan can help build a true foundation for the latest iteration of the Thoroughbreds. “It’s…

December 12, 2019

The Owensboro Thoroughbreds are launching their season ticket sales at midnight on New Year’s Day to all the tri-state basketball fans. The team will feature 12 home games in the historic Owensboro Sportscenter. General Admission season ticket seats start at $50 plus fees in the wooden bench sections of the arena. Reserved wooden chair back…

December 8, 2019

On Sunday, Coach, Mark Anderson and TMO, Chris Allison, participated in the 2nd annual TBL Draft. Round 1: Owensboro chose 6′ 6″ Forward, Filip Serwatka, of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Filip dominated on both sides of the floor proving to be a substantial pick in the first round. Round 2: The Thoroughbreds pick 6′ 4″ Guard,…

December 1, 2019

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