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Wolves Guard, ECBL All-Star Joshea Singleton Signs with BC Dviv of Albania

Joshea Singleton

Joshea Singleton, 6’4″ guard for the Wolves and ECBL All-Star, was instrumental in the Wolves’ 2019 run to the title game and now has moved to play this winter in VBET-A (Albania) for BC Dviv. Singleton can play multiple positions including PG, SG and SF and electrified Wolves fans with his high flying dunks and smart play. Singleton is settling in with BC Dviv, scoring 22 for his new sqaud in his most recent outing.

Joshea’s games can be watched online, streaming on YouTube live and on demand form Vivaro News.

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Wolves Name Marcus Ingram as Assistant GM

The Winston-Salem Wolves have named Marcus Ingram as Assistant General Manager for the upcoming season as the team prepares for potential games this year. Ingram will work directly with players, coaches and facilities in an organizational capacity both on and off the court.

Ingram played college basketball at Piedmont International University under head coach and former NBA star Josh Howard. Ingram also has coached as a college assistant at Carolina University and at the grassroots level.

Former Wolves Guard Brandis Raley-Ross Signs With TLU/Kalev

Brandis Raley-Ross, who played with the Winston-Salem Wolves during the 2019 season, has signed a new contract with Tallinna Ulikool/Kalev (Estonia) after playing last season in Hong Kong prior to the COVID-19 shutdown across the globe.

Raley-Ross played his college basketball for South Carolina, before starting a pro basketball career that is now in the 11th season, including stints in the NBA G-League.

Raley-Ross will join Emmanuel Wembi on the roster, who was an alternate for the Wolves Red Bull 3×3 tournament team in 2019. Be sure to keep up with all the former or current Wolves and their pro careers elsewhere on our ever-growing list of Winston-Salem Wolves players in the pros.

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Winston-Salem Wolves Bar Code Champion Tee

Be more than a number. The Champion performance tee repping the City of Wolves is now available:

Lightweight Champion performance t-shirt. Made from rapid dry fabric, this tee is perfect for running, working out at the gym, or team sports. It features a reflective “C” logo and ensures UV protection.

• 100% polyester interlock
• Moisture-wicking rapid dry fabric
• 50+ UPF UV protection
• Smooth self-fabric collar
• Reflective “C” logo on left sleeve
• Champion script logo at center back neck

Winston-Salem Wolves Game Postponed

As a reminder, Sunday’s scheduled game (March 15, 2020) against the Hickory Hoyas has been postponed, due to the current ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and additionally, to comply with the Executive Order from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, limiting groups of 100 persons or more to gather. While we are incredibly thankful that the size of our fan base has continued to grow, that size of fan base, combined with both facility availability and ongoing concerns about exposing fellow citizens to illness led to the decision to postpone the event.

It is our hope to reschedule this game in the future, however at this time we are simply postponing until further details are made available; additionally, we urge all of our Winston-Salem neighbors, fans and North Carolina residents to visit NCDHHS.gov for the latest updates and information.

As to next steps, as of now we have no further details regarding upcoming games or the season, and we are monitoring the situation as best we can, as are many of you. While we are, like you, disappointed that the sports world has come to a halt, we also are aware that we are part of a society that is much larger than sports and we must be mindful of that. Thanks so much to the Triad community, Winston-Salem, Clemmons, Kernersville and all of the surrounding areas that have supported us during our first two seasons.

Brandis Raley-Ross with Breakout Debut for Hong Kong

Brandis Raley-Ross, who played guard for the Wolves during the 2019 season and playoff run, debuted with Hong Kong Eastern in the ASEAN Basketball League on Wednesday, January 8. Raley-Ross made an immediate impact with a stat line of 17 points, 13 assists (official box score) to help his team get the win at Southern Stadium in Hong Kong. This was Hong Kong Eastern’s first win of the season as the team improved to 1-3.