Berry the Bandit greets a female fan during the CEBL’s team opening game on May 9. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

SLIDESHOWS: Fraser Valley Bandits inaugural game

Highlights from the Abbotsford-based team’s first-ever home game

The Fraser Valley Bandits debuted on May 9 to a crowd of over 3,000 fans at the Abbotsford Centre.

The Canadian Elite Basketball League club fell 106-103 to the Guelph Nighthawks in its inaugural game.

The next home game for the team occurs on May 22, when the Hamilton Honey Badgers come to town.

For the game report from that night, click here.

Slideshow by: Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News

Slideshow by: John Morrow/Abbotsford News

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