(Norwalk, CT.  – November, 30, 2021)  The Connecticut Cobras and Troy Bradford have announced that he is resigning from his post as head coach and General Manager prior to the start of The Basketball League (TBL) 2022 season, as the Cobras begin to explore options to interview candidates for their new head coach position. 

“As an organization, we would like to thank Troy Bradford for his time and efforts in serving as head coach of the Cobras since our inception in the TBL this past July,” said Team Market Owner, Anthony Hill. 

“Troy’s energy and insight will be sorely missed and we wish him the best of luck moving forward in his basketball coaching career. We are also excited about the possibilities of having a new head coach lead the way for the team heading into the start of the 2022 regular season next March and look forward to future talks with potential candidates.” 

With the Cobras, Bradford served as both head coach and General Manager and helped oversee both of the Player Tryouts held in September at Vale Sports Club in Middletown, Connecticut and in October at Chelsea Piers in Stamford, Connecticut. 

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