Welcome to our first ever NAIA Hoops Report Magazine! A lot of time, research and hard work went into it, and we are so thrilled with how it turned out! We know that preseason polls and predictions of the season are usually off base a bit as there will be teams who both exceed expectations and those who, for whatever reason, don’t live up to expectations! That is what is the fun part of the season, the ability to play the game and decide things on the floor! For us, we hope that everyone can use this magazine as a conversation starter to get hyped for the season! This is a piece that isn’t targeted to hurt feelings, but instead to create excitement! This is a magazine that is created to help bring attention and awareness to the great programs, coaches and players in the NAIA. The season is almost here, and I hope this gets everyone as excited for it as we are! We are asking for people to donate $4 if you read the magazine. It’s an honor system, you can still read it for FREE OF CHARGE, but we do hope you will consider paying the $4.00! We think the magazine is WELL worth the price!

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NAIA Preseason Magazine

We are doing the honor system. You can access the article without paying, but we do hope you will consider a small donation! We take donations from $1-$1 million :), but we wanted to keep it available fore people to read even if money is tight! If you are unable to get this payment link to work and still want to do PayPal, the Yellow Donate button in the top right corner of this page works too!

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