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The Mobile Revelers were a National Basketball Development League team based in Mobile, Alabama. Image File history File links MobileRevelers. ... The National Basketball Development League is the NBAs officially sponsored and operated developmental basketball organization. ... Motto: Nickname: The Azalea City Location in Alabama Founded Incorporated 1702 1814  County Mobile County Borough {{{borough}}} Parrish {{{parrish}}} Mayor Sam Jones Area  - Total  - Water 412. ...

Founded: 2001
Folded: 2003
Home Arena: Mobile Civic Center
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League Championships: 2002-03


Mobile Civic Center is a multi-use event center located in Mobile, Alabama. ...

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Players of note

Basketball Hall of Famers:

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame honors players who have shown exceptional skill at basketball, all-time great coaches and referees, and other major contributors to the game. ...

Not to be forgotten:

Rafer Alston Rafer Skip To My Lou Alston (born July 24, 1976 in New York, New York) is currently a basketball player for the NBAs Houston Rockets. ...

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Department of Radiology-City of Mobile (378 words)
Mobile, located in the southwest corner of the state of Alabama, celebrated her 300th year in 2002.
Activities for the sports lover include the Bay Bears (AA baseball), the Mobile Revelers (an NBA affiliate), the GMAC and Senior Bowls, and over 20 public and private golf courses, including Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and Magnolia Groves Crossing Course were the LPGA Tournament of Champions is held.
The Museum of Art, the Saenger Theater, the Mobile Symphony, the Mobile Ballet, and the Mobile Opera are available for the arts connoisseur.
MLN Sports Zone- A Minor League News Magazine (620 words)
Fayetteville, N.C. 04.11.03 – Isaac Fontaine and the Mobile Revelers put a little fatherly advice to good use on the way to winning the National Basketball Development League Championship with a 75-72 victory over Fayetteville Friday at the Cumberland Crown Coliseum.
With Fontaine at the controls, the Revelers overcame a five-minute dry spell from the field in the third quarter and then erased a nine-point Fayetteville lead in the last 4:12 of the game to claim the victory.
Mobile took the lead for good at 72-71 on a baseline jumper by Cedric Henderson with 1:39 to play.
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