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Standings

East

1.Detroit Dogs 24-20
2.Memp.H.D. 19-22
3.Indiana Leg. 18-24
4.T.Bay T-D. 15-26

West

1.Chic.Skyliners 31-12
2.L. Angeles St. 28-13
3.K.City Knights 24-17
4.S.D. WildFire 8-33

Stats Leaders

Points

1.Booth (Chi) 21.4 
2.Ward (LA) 20.8 
3.Sasser (KC) 19.2 
4.Vinson (Chi) 17.5 
5.Sanford (LA) 17.0 
6.Bailey (LA) 16.4 
7.Allen (SD) 16.3 
8.G.Gervin (Det) 16.3 
9.Elliot (KC) 15.8 
10.Custis (TB) 15.8

Rebounds

1.Watkins (LA) 10.3 
2.Custis (TB) 9.2 
3.Strong (Mem) 8.2 
4.Allen (SD) 7.9 
5.Sasser (KC) 7.4

Assists

1.Wheeler (LA) 9.7 
2.Hoover (Ind) 6.0 
3.Conlan (Det) 5.5 
4.Cross (TB) 5.4 
5.Thompson (TB) 5.1

Darryl Dawkins's (photo) team won the title in the inauguration season of ABA 2000.

Team Owners of a new ABA 2000.

Detroit - Indiana 129-131, OT (Hoover 32, Riley 24, Hayes 15, Pelle 14 - Tarrant 22, Gervin 21, Benjamin 16, Higgins 14, Hayes 12, Washington 11)

 Detroit: Gee and teammate Ndongo Ndiaye were named co-MVPs of the ABA 2000 championship game.

 Feb.9, 2001
Los Angeles - San Diego 124-109 (Garnett 25, Allen 18, McDougal 17, Thompson 14, Taulava 10 - Bailey 20, Sanford 19, O'Bannon 15, Staples 15, Ward 15, Wheeler 15, Farmer 12)
Indiana - Kansas City 111-100 (Elliot 21, Hood 17, Young 13, Mc Clintock 12, Hancock 11, Carr 10 - Hayes 23, Hoover 23, Nordgaard 15, Hart 11, Pelle 11, Riley 11)
Tampa Bay - Memphis 77-91 (Strong 20, Jones 17, Hunter 14, Beck 10, White 10, Wilcon 10 - Daniels 12, Hill 11)
Chicago - Detroit 109-112 (G.Gervin 32, Williams 16, Tarrant 15, Washington 15, Higgins 12, Benjamin 12 - Booth 28, Jordan 19, Whiteside 19, Vinson 17)

 Dawgs struggling to pay the bills - Feb.8, 2001
The Tampa Bay ThunderDawgs have been unable to fully pay their players, staff, or debts lately. The overdue amounts were not disclosed by debtors or the team. 
ThunderDawgs chief financial officer Deb Belinsky confirmed Tampa's American Basketball Association 2000 franchise has fallen behind in its rent payments to the Bayfront Center, plus still owes money to the Heritage Holiday Inn in St. Petersburg. The hotel housed the players until they moved out less than a month ago. 
Belinsky said the players only received half of their latest checks and the organization is hopeful that Arthur Blackwell II, who is in the process of becoming the new owner, will pay those overdue bills.

 The ABA is back !! 
A group of American investors officially communicated that a new version of the American Basketball Association, the league which invented the three points shot and the blue-red-white ball and then merged with NBA, will start in 2000 with a 40-games schedule per each team. Franchises of new ABA-2000 will be located in target markets, like New York, Chicago, Anaheim, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Raleigh-Durham, New Orleans, Tidewater, Hartford, Nashville. The league spokesmen announced some rule innovations, exactly as at the beginnings of the "old" ABA in the sixties, but did not specified them. Let' s see..

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