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Jacksonville Giants continue as #1 IN ABA Power Rankings - Nov 5, 2012


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The American Basketball Association (ABA) today released its Power Rankings for the week ending November 4th and the defending champion Jacksonville Giants maintained the top position closely followed by the Arizona Scorpions and South Carolina Warriors. "Even though these three teams have yet to play, based on their past performance, we still believe they are the top 3 teams in the ABA. The biggest movers this week were the Atlanta Wildcats, Fresno Flight and San Diego SURF," stated Joe Newman , ABA CEO. "And with a full slate of games this coming weekend, we should see some big changes again."
The Power Rankings:

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

"And I have no doubt that after this weekend, you'll see some new teams ranked," added Newman. "We have a very strong league this year. For more information, visit www.abalive.com or your favorite team;'s website where you'll find highlights and stats from the games.   



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