The Windsor Express will be joining the Basketball Super League for 2023-24 Season

The Windsor Express today hosted a press conference at the WFCU Centre to disclose the exciting news regarding the team’s upcoming 2023-24 season.

The 11-year franchise will play in the Basketball Super League this season, joining other teams located in Canada and the United States. Former NBL Canada franchises in London, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Sudbury will be united with teams in Quebec and Newfoundland, with more teams to be announced soon.

The Express will anchor the only market straddling the two countries. This will provide the team more exposure and will contribute to an increased visibility and engagement. The higher level of play will be borne out by expanded competitiveness and will provide greater entertainment value for fans in Windsor and Essex County and southeast Michigan.

“The Windsor Express joining our BSL family of teams is the final piece we’ve been striving for since our announcement in May. Dartis Willis and his ownership group have built a wonderful community-based organization that is consistent with the direction we want for our teams. The fans in Windsor are passionate and faithful and I personally cannot wait to see familiar faces when they tip off this season!”

David Magley, President, BSL

The Windsor Express looks forward to continuing the fanbase expansion coming off a run to the Championship Finals in 2022-23. Looking forward, the team will continue to be community first and engage the entire Windsor and Essex Community with youth basketball camps, school visits, marquee games such as Family Day and Express to the Trades Skilled Trades Career Expo, and more.

Teams and schedules are yet to be released but the league’s first game is slated for December 26, 2023.

Details regarding season ticket memberships and Premium Partnerships will be released soon.

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