Leeds Force have proven they are competitive. Leeds Force have won a few games.
Despite the loss of influential forward Sam Attah just one week ago, Leeds added yet another top-five scalp to their tally, this time against fourth-placed Cheshire Phoenix.
Leeds Force want a minimum of four more wins to reach their season’s target but are not writing off reaching the top eight and the BBL play-offs.
A week off from fixtures gives us chance to look at what the future may bring for the club and the sport in Leeds.
It doesn’t matter which sport you play, which part of the world you are from, in all sports everyone loves an underdog.
Leeds Force head to London’s Copper Box tonight for the first of four of their next five games on the road, writes NICK WESTBY.
Throughout my childhood, whenever basketball was mentioned by PE teachers or peers, the words “non-contact” were never far behind.
Sheffielder Will Hall says he wants to get more of his team-mates involved under the basket as Leeds Force head coach Matt Newby plots a course to the top eight.
Despite a huge game from former Great Britain Under-20s player Will Hall, Leeds Force were unable to overcome the high-flying Cheshire Phoenix last Friday night.
Former Great Britain youth prospect Will Hall says he is nearing a return to his best form after taking the fight to BBL high-fliers Cheshire Phoenix last Friday.
Leeds Force gave the world’s tallest professional basketball player a fright before eventually succumbing to the combined might of Cheshire Phoenix.
In a season of firsts at Leeds Force, there is another ceiling for them to push through tonight – namely the size of the opponent they will face when Cheshire Phoenix come to town.
One small step, one giant leap. Like the famous words spoken by Neil Armstrong, Leeds Force are making their own history.
Matt Newby feels the arrival of Sam Attah has given Leeds Force a lift, as they prepare to host Manchester Giants in a key BBL Championship clash.
With a whistle at their lips and the next ticking off never far away, a referee’s life can be a difficult one.
Leeds Force go in search of revenge against Plymouth Raiders tonight fuelled by their ‘statement’ win over Sheffield Sharks last week.
Leeds Force have announced the loan signing of GB international Devon Van Oostrum.
A James McCann three-point shot produced a massive shock as BBL new boys Leeds Force beat Sheffield Sharks 62-60 last night in South Yorkshire.