Vipers Pro Basketball undergoes staff changes for 2018-2020

by RJ White



Coming into their fourth season for 2018-19, Vipers will have a bit of a staff shakeup as they announce new head coach Adrian Proano (Proano is replacing Head Coach James Washington).

On Tuesday, the Ceo announced that it is hiring former SAU player Adrian Proano as Head Coach for national and international competition on behalf of the Vipers. In addition, Proano got his first run for International game competition at the Essex Classic in London, leaving with the bronze and aiming for the gold in 2019.

Washington being named as Assistant General Manager and assistant head coach.

With Proano, an Illinois native, joining the staff, this means more competition and the additional competitive nature while building in the back end for expansion into their fifth season.

I think this the start of where the organization is headed. Proano is dedicated and we need that hunger, drive, and presence. We can't settle it's almost year five approaching and the now the underdogs need to be brought to the top. This is only the beginning we are doing a full facelift for the organization. New Players, New Staff, New Ventures, Possible new location, and New Goals. Let's bring it... "says Ceo RJ White"