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Jacksonville Giants top again ABA Power Rankings - Oct 29, 2012


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The American Basketball Association www.abalive.com today released its first Power Rankings for the new season that began with three games over the weekend. The defending ABA Champion Jacksonville Giants topped the first week's Power Rankings followed closely by the Arizona Scorpions and the South Carolina Warriors.
"The season began this weekend with three home games in Tampa Bay with the Tampa Bay Rain defeating the Southwest Warriors twice and the Gulf Coast Flash. They moved from 25th in the first rankings to 9th, the only change," stated Joe Newman , ABA CEO. And the Detroit Hoops replaced the Windy City Monsters as the 31st ranked team. We know that we have some strong new teams and Tampa Bay certainly proved it this weekend. The Power Rankings are:

1. Jacksonville Giants
2. Arizona Scorpions
3. South Carolina Warriors
4. Colorado Kings
5. North Dallas Vandals
6. Los Angeles SLAM
7. Chicago Steam
8. San Diego Surf
9. Tampa Bay Rain
10. Conway Cyclones
11. Bay Area Matrix
12. Texas FUEL
13. Lynchburg Legends
14. Gulf Coast Flash
15. Sacramento Heatwave
16. Seattle Mountaineers
17. Richmond Elite
18. Memphis Bluff City Reign
19. Missouri Rhythm
20. Connecticut Topballerz
21. Lima Explosion
22. Jersey Express
23. West Texas Whirlwind
24. Dallas Impact
25. Michiana Monarchs
26. Atlanta Wildcats
27. Birmingham Blitz
28. Jackson Showboats
29. Georgia Wildcatts
30. Orange County Novastars
31. Detroit Hoops
32. Oakland County Cowboys
  




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