Anyone who likes basketball and is looking forward to sunnier days will want to pencil this date on their calendar: May 26.
That’s the first game the Montreal Alliance will play in its second season as the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL), has announced its new schedule.
But fans will notice some changes.
The CEBL will now operate under a two-conference system, similar to how the NBA works.
“The CEBL is a Canadian basketball mainstay, and we are looking forward to its milestone fifth season with a brand new conference model of play and an exciting postseason format,” said Mike Morreale, commissioner and co-founder of the CEBL.
The league’s 10 teams are now divided into Eastern and Western conferences.