I always understood the mindset of community or to say at least a neighborhood setting. Growing up throughout various parts of the country I was able to see and be around the community setting. Getting home from school trying to skip out on homework or rush through it just to get outside and play. I didn't care whether we played baseball, basketball, hit a man "football game", ride bikes from one side of town to the other just to go to the mall or some random adventure. But all in fun. We spoke to our neighbors, knew which neither not to speak too. Walking through the neighborhood dribbling my ball. Asking my neighbor if I could cut their lawn. Cause my pops felt like it was time for me to make my own money. Go figure.... But in what ever manner it may have been I felt a sense of connection with my neighborhood. Or neighborhoods in my case having the opportunity to live in different places growing up. Yet now that I am older and to a degree comimg into my own. I don't see the same interaction throughout the community. Not to negate the countless thriving communities I believe it needs be a universal mission. With building parks, community gardens, organized yard sales etc. I commend you. We all do. And you are a wonderful example for many of us... Community is big for us all and should be important to us as well. To me, Tucson is a community. Not just East side. Or South side. West side. North Side. We all are a community as a whole. My Vision is that the Tucson Buckets ABA franchise can be a staple to our growing . Our players will be home bred. Our team will be active in the community. Our games will be exciting, Our sponsors are amazing. And we look forward to generating better business relationships throughout the city. The organizations we support are well deserved. Our ABA league is world class. And we as an Organization are hard working ever growing Tucsonian's dedicated to providing our city something we've lacked since our first professional basketball team in the early 70's Tucson Gunner's. We look forward to seeing you and all the wonderful Tucson Community Support. ...
BRANDON "Bea love" Miller