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Jacksonville Giants hold #1 ranking after second week - Nov 12, 2012


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The American Basketball Association (ABA) released its Power Rankings through Sunday, November 12th with the defending champion Jacksonville Giants holding onto the #1 position followed closely by the Arizona Scorpions and South Carolina Warriors. "This was kick-off week for many teams," stated Joe Newman , ABA CEO. "And as a result, there has been much movement throughout the rankings with several new teams. As the rest of the teams begin their schedules, I think you'll see even more changes."

1. Jacksonville Giants (1-0)
2. Arizona Scorpions (2-0)
3. South Carolina Warriors (2-0)
4. Colorado Kings (2-0)
5. North Dallas Vandals (0-0)
6. San Diego SURF (1-0)
7. Chicago Steam (1-0)
8. Seattle Mountaineers (3-0)
9. Fresno Flight (3-0)
10. Tampa Bay Rain (4-1)
11. Jackson Showboats (2-0)
12. Atlanta Wildcats (1-0)
13. Lynchburg Legends (1-0)
14. Conway Cyclones (1-0)
15. Calgary Crush (2-0)
16. Lima Explosion (3-1)
17. Bay Area Matrix (0-0)
18. Los Angeles SLAM (0-1)
19. Richmond Elite (1-0)
20. Kitsap Admirals (1-1)
21. Texas Fuel (1-0)
22. Gulf Coast Flash (0-0)
23. Palmetto State Rizers (1-0)
24. Phenix City Bombers (1-0)
25. Las Vegas Defenders (0-2)
26. Alaska Quake (1-0)
27. Michiana Monarchs (0-0)
28. Orange County Novastars (1-2)
29. Gainesville Heat (1-0)
30. Jersey Express (0-0)
31. Detroit Hoops (1-0)
32. Pontiac Firebirds (1-1)

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