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January 2019

The Pittsburgh Bullets have partnered with the Western Pa Special Olympics in their fundraising efforts for the third year in a row.

The Special Olympics sponsors a state wide tournament annually for physically or mentality challenged athletes that have a passion for basketball.  Here in W. Pa. the Carnegie Hots Shots representative has worked diligently throughout the years to make sure these under served athletes have the necessary resources to explore their love for the game.

Join us this Friday 11/30/18 and help raise money to continue to support these super athletes.​​

Bullets Partner with Special Olympics for Fundraising Effort
 On December 2, 2017  your Pittsburgh Bullets hosted Bronx Unbreakable, and pulled out a 102 - 88 victory

Close form the tip to the start of the fourth quarter the Unbreakable battled hard on the boards.
Also as a group they came with a focus to play great team defense.

But the young energy and experience of the Bullets core has show to be no match for most competitors. With 4 year veterans like #8 Sean Watkins, and #3 Griffin Abel, who have seen alot of minutes over their careers. Creates a wonderful platform for young guys like #00 Isadias Simmons #5 Dennis Sanders & #14 Tony Worsham to come and learn on the fly ​​​

 On December 30, 2017  your Pittsburgh Bullets hosted the Allegheny O's for the first time in 2017. Looked at as an inner city rivalry and big brother vs little brother challenge.

At the half the O's had the lead by 20 points, but second half heroics  from #9 Marcus Robinson who posted 29 points in the second half, hitting 5 of 7 long range 3 pointers in the 4th quarter.

Robinson was able to bring the Bullets back with in a few buckets of the win, finishing the game with 39 points. But the experience and deadly 3 point shooting of the O's sealed the victory​​

 On October 6 - 8, 2017  your Pittsburgh Bullets & Take Your Shot Productions partnered with Incepto Potenti to host the first ever international pro basketball Jamboree in Western Pennsylvania

This three part event will included a free youth clinic on 10/6 and double header exhibition games on 10/7 & 10/8 vs the Toronto Force.​​

Your Pittsburgh Bullets were lead by  #9 Marcus Robinson, & #2 Chevy Troutman both having averaged double doubles over the weekend.  Troutman tallied 40 points the first night, while Robinson was accountable for 34 the 2nd night.

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October 2018

Pittsburgh Bullets opened up their exhibition season on 9/30/18 at Grit Athletic 2920 Mckelvy Rd Ext 15221 a newly remodeled sports center on Pittsburgh Eastside. Tip off was at 4PM vs the Steel City Yellow Jackets cross town partners who filled in for the Philly Stunnaz, due to last minute travel complications. Despite the adjustments both teams came out ready to battle, SCYJ maintained a slight lead through the first half. Sharp three point shooting and team rebounding sealed the game for them mid way through the 3rd. #9 Marcus Robinson finished with 31 points and 7 rebounds. Jaquan Washington added 21 points, and Khari Hicks (R) added 7 assists in his professional debut.

​​NEXT GAME 10/13/18 -

November 2018

In the November Edition of the "Homepage" newspaper you can find Bullets CEO Marcus Robinson on the front page.

​​Robinson a true native of the old steel town of Hazelwood, Pa sat down with reports from the  Hazelwood Initiative to give them an exclusive interview on his vision for the Pittsburgh Bullets and the future of professional sports and business here in Pittsburgh. 

Grab you copy today anywhere the newspaper is distributed or visit the Hazelwood Initiative website to view the article online.