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ABA Standings
Blue Conference
Connie Hawkins Div.
1. Maryland N. 25-11
2. Rochester R. 24-4
3. Buffalo R. 11-16
4. Baltimore P. 2-23
Barnes-Malone Div.
1. Florida PB 19-9
2. Atlanta V. 15-7
3. Birmingham 6-13
4. Charlotte K. 0-0
Roger Brown Div.
1. Harlem SD 19-13
2. S.Island S. 16-14
3. Newark E. 14-16
4. Montreal M. 14-16
5. Boston F. 2-20
Red Conference
Ron Boone Div.
1. San Jose S. 29-5
2. Bellingham S. 18-14
3. Tacoma N. 10-6
4. S.Francis.P. 7-5
5. Fresno H. 2-20
6. Bellevue B. 1-10
7. Hawaii MF 0-0
Spencer Haywood Div.
1. So.Cal L. 19-5
2. Beijing O. 19-13
3. Gallup T. 16-4
4. Los Angeles A. 11-15
5. Tijuana D. 9-20
6. Orange Co. B. 9-22
7. N.Mexico S. 1-10
8. Inglewood C. 0-0
White Conference
Freddie Lewis Div.
1. Indiana AC 27-4
2. Pittsburgh X. 18-11
3. Toledo I. 16-13
4. Detroit W. 6-17
5. Cleveland R. 5-6
6. Ohio A. 3-13


Rochester Razorbacks won ABA Championship 2006 (Photo: Razorbacks)


Rochester RazorSharks 2005-06


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Carrawell Chris 6'6'' (198) F 77 USA

35

Reaves James 6'8'' (203) F 82 USA

13

Friel Keith 6'4'' (192) G 77 USA

45

Brown Troy 6'8'' (203) F 71 USA

20

Stewart Demond 6'3'' (190) G 77 USA

32

Edwards Brian 6'7'' (201) C/F 80 USA

55

Martzloff Scott 7'1'' (216) C 70 USA

15

Peters Kevin 6'5'' (196) G 80 USA

 

Cyrus Caswell 6'9'' (206) C/F 76 ISV-CAN

33

Coley Eric 6'5'' (196) F/G 77 USA

5

Barnett Jamie 6'7'' (201) G 81 USA

 

Watson Jermaine 6'3'' (191) G 81 USA

34

Walton Eric 6'8'' (203) F/C 79 USA

25

Scott Tony 6'8'' (203) F 71 USA

 

Moncrief Michael 6'6'' (198) F 82 USA
Owner: Hrywnak Sev
Manager: Hrywnak Orest
Head Coach: Baker Rod
Dir.Bball Oper.: Iverson Chris

 Rochester wins 2006 ABA title
The Rochester RazorSharks defeated the Southern California Legends 117-114, to win the American Basketball Association 2005-06 championship yesterday afternoon, in front of their fans at Blue Cross Arena. Demond Stewart (6'3''-G-77, agency: Court Side, college: Niagara) scored 27 points to lead Rochester and playoff MVP Chris Carrawell (6'6''-F-77, college: Duke) added 23 pts and 7 rebs and Keith Friel (6'4''-G-77, college: Virginia) 15 points for Rochester, while Jerry Dupree (6'7''-F-81, college: USC) scored 30 points to lead Southern California. The RazorSharks won the league title in its first season. This championship is Rochester's first in professional basketball since the Rochester Zeniths won the Continental Basketball Association title in 1981.

 Carrawell named ABA Player of the Year
Chris Carrawell (6'6''-F-77, college: Duke), who has just won the ABA title together with his Rochester RazorSharks, has been officially named the ABA Player of the Year 2006. The league released also the Season All-Stars as follows:

2006 All ABA First Team
Chris Carrawell (6'6''-F-77, college: Duke), Rochester RazorSharks
Caleb Gervin (6'1''-G-80, college: Azusa Pacific), Bellingham Slam
Lamar Castile (6'2''-G-82, college: Beaver County CC), San Jose Skyrockets
Jerry Dupree (6'7''-F-81, college: USC), SoCal Legends
Chandler Thompson (6'5''-G/F-70, agency: Interperformances, college: Ball St.), Indiana Alley Cats

2006 All ABA Second Team
Armon Gilliam (6'9''-F-64, college: UNLV), Pittsburgh Xplosion
Ray Cunningham (6'5''-F, college: Murray St.), Maryland Nighthawks
Jamel Staten (6'6''-G-83, college: Minn.St.-Mankato), Toledo Ice
Tim Winn (5'11''-G-77, college: StBonaventure), Buffalo Rapids
Sun Yue (6'9''-G-85), Aoshen Olympians

  ABA Honorable Mention 2006
Alexus Foyle (6'6''-F-78) of the Boston Frenzy
Coleco Buie (6'4''-F-73) of the Pittsburgh Xplosion
Lemar Gayle (6'6''-F-78) of the Orange County Buzz
Lawrence Moten (6'5''-G/F-73) of the Maryland Nighthawks
Manix Auriantal (6'2''-G-80) of the Montreal Matrix
James Reaves (6'8''-F-82) of the Rochester RazorSharks
Randy Gill (6'2''-G-78) of the Maryland Nighthawks
Fred Vinson (6'4''-G-71) of the Aoshen Olympians
Jason Smith (6'6''-F-77) of the San Jose Skyrockets
Tim Ellis (6'4''-G-81) of the Tacoma Navigators
Cedric McGinnis (6'9''-F-77) of the Atlanta Vision
Chris Sandy (6'2''-G-79) of the Strong Island Sound

 The East wins All-Star Game
The West All-Stars were defeated by the East All-Stars, 129-127, in the 2006 American Basketball Association All-Star Game at the Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida. The West All-Stars found themselves down 20-4 early as the East All-Stars stormed out of the gate. The East maintained the wide margin throughout the first half and early into the second half, and held a 23-point lead at 88-65 with six minutes left in the quarter. Caleb Gervin (6'1''-G-80, college: Azusa Pacific) then scored eight points in the next five possessions as the West outscored the East 32-15 in the final six minutes of the quarter to pull within striking distance, and the time ended with the East struggling but still leading, 103-99. The West team opened the fourth quarter by scoring the first three baskets to take their first lead of the game, 105-103. The East and West played even through the center stages of the quarter, with the West still leading by seven, 127-120 with two minutes left in the game. The East then went on a 9-0 run over the next 1:23 to regain the lead at 129-127 with 37 seconds left. With 15 seconds remaining, Gervin missed a runner that would have tied the game. After fouling intentionally, the East's Chandler Thompson (6'5''-G/F-70, agency: Interperformances, college: Ball St.) missed both free throws, once again giving the West a chance to tie or win the game. San Jose's Jason Smith (6'6''-F-77, agency: Interperformances, college: Mississippi) was short on a three-point attempt with eight seconds left, but the West corralled the rebound and fed it to Gervin at the top of the key, who missed his game-winning three-point attempt at the buzzer. Caleb Gervin (6'1''-G-80, college: Azusa Pacific) was one of the best players on the court, finishing with 24 points and sharing West high-scorer honors with Bernard McIntosh (6'8''-F-80, college: Cal.St.-Stanislaus) of the Gallup Talons. Former NBA player Armon Gilliam (6'9''-F-64, college: UNLV) of the Pittsburgh Explosion was named the game's MVP with a game-high 29 points.

East
Armon Gilliam (6'9''-F-64) of Pittsburgh Xplosion
Chandler Thompson (6'5''-G/F-70) of Indianapolis Alley Cats
Chris Carrawell (6'6''-F-77) of Rochester RazorSharks
Lawrence Moten (6'5''-G/F-73) of Maryland Nighthawks
Terence Shellman (6'7''-F-78) of Florida Pit Bulls

Tim Hardaway (6'0''-G-66) of Florida Pit Bulls
Tim Winn (5'11''-G-77) of Buffalo Rapids
Manix Auriantal (6'2''-G-80) of Montreal Matrix
Kazuyuki Nakagawa (5'11''-G-82) of Harlem Strong Dogs
Jamel Staten (6'6''-G-83) of Toledo Ice
Derrick Russell (6'10''-C) of Birmingham Magicians
Cedric McGinnis (6'9''-F-77) of Atlanta Vision
Ray Cunningham (6'5''-F) of Maryland Nighthawks
Shaun Fountain (5'10''-G-77) of Indianapolis Alley Cats
Head Coach: Greg Graham (Alley Cats)
Assistant Coaches: Rod Baker (RazorSharks), Keith Williams (Nighthawks)

West
Caleb Gervin (6'1''-G-80) of Bellingham Slam
Bernard McIntosh (6'8''-F-80) of Gallup Talons
Jimmy Miggins (6'6''-F-79) of So.Cal. Legends
Lemar Gayle (6'6''-F-78) of Orange County Buzz
Sun Yue (6'9''-G-85) of Beijing Aoshen Olympians

Ramel Lloyd (6'4''-G-78) of Los Angeles Aftershock
Tim Ellis (6'4''-G-81) of Tacoma Navigators
Todd Okeson (6'0''-G-82) of San Jose Skyrockets
Will Funn (6'2''-G-82) of Gallup Talons
Reo Logan (6'11''-C/F-81) of Fresno Heat Wave
Huang Hai Bei (6'9''-F/C-82) of Beijing Aoshen Olympians
Jason Smith (6'6''-F-77) of San Jose Skyrockets
William Burr (6'2''-G-75) of Los Angeles Aftershock
Kenny Brunner (6'0''-G-78) of So.Cal. Legends
Head Coach: Gary Grant (Legends)
Assistant Coaches: Clayton Shields (Talons), Kermit Young (Skyrockets)

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