Official Letter from the CAAD to the Indy Hawks

Indy Hawks at work

Dear Indy Hawks,

CAAD is returning your Club Membership Check, Team Registration Form, Delegate Credential Form, and Team Fees as the results of high volume protests among the CAAD Club Members, CAAD Teams, Regions, and CAAD players.

CAAD wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.

Neal McKenizie
Sports Commissioner

The Indy Hawks have read this letter and fail to get a clear understanding as to the specifics of what the protests are about as the Hawks have never had a problem with any member teams or within the region the past decade or so. This is an enormous dissappointment for the Indy Hawks, who at 13-6 are one of the contenders for the 2011 USADB championship.

This is an insult to the Indy Hawks and all committed teams everywhere as it is a well-known fact locally and nationally that the Hawks are one of the hardest-working teams in the USA, attempting to play in two leagues per week with basketball games every weekend – an enormous personal commitment undertaken by each team member – most of whom have sacrificed family time and other obligations to ensure the Indy Hawks remain successful.

The Hawks sincerely believe the CAAD officers are acting in collusion with several in-region coaches/teams regarding the Hawks long-standing commitment to the USADB organization. The CAAD officers have also approached several Hawks players to encourage and allow them to play for other teams during the CAAD tournament next weekend – in effect: attempting to break up the Indy Hawks basketball team.

Carl Denney, Indy Hawks Head Coach


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