Wilmington Sea Dawgs

The Wilmington Sea Dawgs are a team of the Tobacco Road Basketball League in Wilmington, North Carolina. The Sea Dawgs began play in 2006 as a member of the American Basketball Association and later played as a founding member of the Premier Basketball League and a founding member of the Continental Basketball League . In 2013, they will play at Blizzard Athletics, having previous played at the Joe and Barbara Schwartz Center on the campus of Cape Fear Community College.

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