Manchester Magic have enjoyed stunning success and will be looking to add to their list of honours in 2016/17.
The senior team won all four trophies they competed for last season and will again be coached by Paul Middleton. They have lost the services of several key players but have added the likes of Stefan Gill and Ryan Lewis to a squad that boasts Lee Goldsbrough, Jack Minister, Simon Anumba and Kayin Darbey, not to mention promising youngsters Michael Anumba, Arinze Emeka-Anyakwo and Kaiyem Cleary.
The Magic juniors, who, like the seniors, compete in the NBL and play their home games at the Amaechi Basketball Centre in Whalley Range, will also be chasing success, having claimed a league and cup double at Under-16 level last season.
Ticket prices for senior games: Adult: £5 - Children & Concessions: £2.50 - Family (2 adults & 2 children): £12.50.
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