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ABA Standings
At Large
 1. Cleveland Proers 1-1 
 2. Albany Ballers 0-0 
 3. Palm Beach K. 0-1 
 4. NY Holy Storm 0-2 
 5. Topeka A. 0-2 
 6. Ga Thunder 0-5 
Chesapeake
 1. DMV Warriors 17-0 
 2. Steel City YJ 11-9 
 3. PG Valor 8-6 
 4. Baltimore Hawks 8-8 
 5. Reading Wizards 6-9 
 6. Philadelphia C. 5-8 
 7. York Buccaneers 2-11 
 8. Salisbury B. 1-9 
Far West
 1. Orange Cnty N. 9-3 
 2. Arizona Scorpions 7-0 
 3. Yuba City GM 7-3 
 4. Las Vegas J. 6-5 
 5. Henderson Hawks 4-4 
 6. Tucson Buckets 2-5 
 7. Oceanside A-T 1-0 
 8. NV Senators 1-5 
 9. San Diego Surf 1-6 
 10. Hawaii Swish 0-0 
 11. California G.T 0-5 
 12. Shizuoka G. 0-9 
Florida
 1. S.Florida Gold 20-4 
 2. Jacksonville G. 17-2 
 3. Orlando Waves 16-2 
 4. Saint Petersburg .. 10-10 
 5. Sarasota M. 1-4 
 6. Florida All-Stars 0-9 
Georgia
 1. Southwest W. 9-17 
 2. Atlanta Wildcats 8-2 
 3. Pro Elite Flyers 8-5 
 4. Georgia Kingz 7-0 
 5. Columbus BH 7-8 
 6. Gainesville H. 4-6 
 7. Atlanta Storm 4-7 
 8. Atlanta Aliens 3-5 
Great Plains
 1. Salina Saints 12-0 
 2. Kansas City S. 2-4 
 3. Bartlesville R. 1-3 
 4. Tulsa Twisters 0-5 
Gulf Coast
 1. Mobile Bay T. 11-2 
 2. Pensacola L. 8-8 
 3. Birmingham B. 3-3 
 4. Jackson S. 2-9 
 5. Mid South E. 1-0 
 6. Georgia G. 1-7 
Louisiana
 1. Twin City Jazz 6-1 
 2. Shreveport-BF 0-2 
Mid-Atlantic
 1. Richmond Elite 12-3 
 2. Fredericksburg G. 9-6 
 3. Carolina Cougars 8-5 
 4. Virginia Storm 5-4 
 5. RDC Vulcans 4-6 
 6. Fayetteville F. 2-4 
 7. Greenville G. 0-5 
 8. Lions Basketball 0-7 
No conference
 1. Oklahoma O. 0-2 
North Central
 1. W.Michigan LH 14-6 
 2. Grand Rapids D. 12-4 
 3. Kalamazoo C. 7-5 
 4. Oakland CC 2-5 
 5. Team NetWork 2-11 
 6. Detroit FF 1-4 
 7. Motor City F. 1-7 
Northeast
 1. Jersey Express 11-8 
 2. Atlantic C.Cardin.. 10-3 
 3. Rochester Ravens 9-2 
 4. Elmira Eagles 9-13 
 5. N.England A. 7-3 
 6. WNY T-snow 7-9 
 7. NY Court Kingz 5-6 
 8. Bronx HF 2-7 
 9. Boston C. 2-10 
 10. Long Island J. 0-4 
 11. Buffalo BH 0-7 
Southwest
 1. Austin Bats 14-1 
 2. Universal City S. 13-6 
 3. Laredo S. 6-6 
 4. Texas RW 6-7 
 5. Texas Sky Riders 2-6 
 6. San Antonio Blaze 2-7 
 7. Kyle Stallions 1-7 
 8. Texas Fuel 0-0 
 9. Texarkana P. 0-2 
Tri State
 1. Windy City G. 15-1 
 2. Kentucky En. 15-9 
 3. Chicago Steam 8-4 
 4. Chicago Fury 7-4 
 5. Indy Naptown AS 4-5 
 6. Wisconsin RR 2-0 
 7. N.Indiana M. 2-12 
 8. Chicago Knights 1-3 
 9. Libertyville V. 1-11 
 10. S.Bend Monarchs 0-0 
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Jacksonville Giants still #1 in ABA Power Ranking - Nov 19, 2012


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The American Basketball Association (ABA) has just released its Power Rankings through Sunday, November 18th and the defending champion Jacksonville Giants maintained the number one position closely followed by the Arizona Scorpions and the South Carolina Warriors.
"There was quite a bit of movement in the Power Rankings this week," stated ABA CEO Joe Newman . "The Fresno Flight, Jackson Showboats, Seattle Mountaineers, Lynchburg Legends and Conway Cyclones are showing some early strength. This is going to be a great competitive season."

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

Note: Several top teams have not yet started their seasons and are unranked. For more information, visit www.abalive.com or any of the team's websites   




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Greg Howard to be NBA G-League Draft - 5 days ago
"First l want to thank ABA CEO Joe Newman for providing pathway for players to the NBA" states Embry Malone . "Second l want to thank Gregory Howard (6'4''-G-89, college: Walsh) for being such a discipline,dedicated,humble young ballplayer while he played for Georgia Gwizzlies" says Malone. On Saturday October 21st,Howard will be one of the many NBA hopefuls,as the NBA G-League conducts it's annual draft. Howard made the ABA All-Star team last year while averaging 45.0 ppg.On two occasion...   [read more]

Joe Newman
Sunrise Jewels late ABA entry - 7 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced that the Sunrise Jewels will begin play when the 2017-2018 season begins in early November. "It might seem late to be adding a team," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman , "but actually the owners have been working all spring and summer putting things together and have been working closely with Lori and Mike Watson of the South Florida Gold also. They are ready to compete. The team will be co-owned by Evaristo Pangillnan, a native of the Ph...   [read more]
Magic City Surge making history in the State of Alabama - 7 days ago
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