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Jacksonville stays atop ABA Power Rankings - Nov 26, 2012


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The American Basketball Association (ABA) today released its Power Rankings for the Week ending Sunday, November 25th and once again, the defending champion Jacksonville Giants maintained its top position with two wins over the Bahamas All Pro Show in the league's inaugural games in the Bahamas. The Giants were followed closely by the Arizona Scorpions who won twice this week and the South Carolina Warriors who also remained undefeated. The Colorado Kings, Seattle Mountaineers, Jackson Showboats and the Lynchburg Legends are also showing great early season strength with undefeated records.

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

With a complete schedule of games set for next weekend, look for major changes to the Power Rankings next week. For more information, visit www.abalive.com .   



ABA annouces Cinco de Mayo tournament - 5 days ago
The American Basketball Association announced that four ABA teams will participate in a tournament to be held in Mexico during Cinco de Mayo which will also feature several Mexican and Latin American teams. "We are very excited about this event which will be the first introduction of ABA Mexico," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman. "Bobby Garcia, ABA Mexico CEO, has been doing a remarkable job putting ABA Mexico together and this should be a fun and exciting event. We will be announcing the...   [read more]

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ABA names new European VP of Marketing - 5 days ago
The American Basketball Association (ABA) announced last week that Tom Ellingsen has been named European VP of Marketing. "I could not be more delighted than to have Tom representing the ABA in Europe," stated ABA co-founder Joe Newman . "He has been a friend and a significant shareholder of the ABA since 2005 and has been very helpful to the league with his creativity and ideas. I have no doubt he will make an impact in Europe." A native of Norway, Tom receive his MBA in Sweden and Londo...   [read more]

Michael
Zeigler
Aliens tame the Lions - 15 days ago
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