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ABA Standings
Blue Division
1. Mississippi S. 19-3
2. Nashville R. 18-10
3. Maryland N. 15-9
4. Harlem SD 14-6
5. New Jersey S. 12-8
6. Carolina T. 9-14
7. Pennsylv. PB 8-7
8. Atlanta V. 5-12
9. Boston F. 5-15
10. Philadelp.C. 3-10
11. Jacksonville W. 2-1
12. Georgia RK 2-16
Red Division
1. Utah S. 25-1
2. Long Beach J. 17-10
3. Ontario W. 15-14
4. Los Angeles S. 13-11
5. California B. 10-10
6. Bellevue B. 10-13
7. Tijuana D. 10-16
8. Las Vegas R. 8-6
9. Calgary D. 5-10
10. Portland R. 4-8
11. Fresno H. 4-9
12. Visalia D. 3-20
White Division
1. Arkansas RR 27-5
2. Texas T. 17-9
3. Kansas City K. 16-8
4. Kentucky C. 15-12
5. St.Louis F. 9-18
6. Cincinnati B. 7-6
7. Detroit W. 4-8
8. Hermosillo S. 3-6
9. Colorado S. 3-13
10. Louisiana CP 2-10
11. Chicago S. 1-2
12. Oklahoma C.B. 0-1

ABA Stats Leaders
Points
1.Edwards, Penns. 32.3
2.Kelly, L.Vegas 31.8
3.Jones, Nashv. 31.3
4.Humphrey, Bost. 31.1
5.Porter, Fresno 27.2
Rebounds
1.Brown, Bost. 12.6
2.Miller, Atlanta 12.6
3.Fields, Harlem 10.9
4.Jones, Nashv. 10.6
5.McNeil, Kent. 9.7
Assists
1.Reid, Arkans. 9.0
2.Johnson, Texas 7.1
3.Haymon, Kent. 7.0
4.Dorsey, L.Vegas 6.9
5.White, Missis. 6.7


Kareem Reid was voted MVP in ABA 2005

 2004-05 Season Awards
ABA Final Game MVP: Kareem Reid (178-G-75), Arkansas RR
All-ABA Rookie of the Year: Daryl Dorsey (186-G-81), Las Vegas Rattlers

USBasket.com All-ABA 1st Team
Kareem Reid(178-G-75), Arkansas RR
Todd Day (202-G/F-70), Arkansas RR
Antwain Barbour (196-G/F-82), Kentucky C.
Harold Arceneaux (198-F-77), Utah S.
Clay Tucker (191-G-80), Utah S.

USBasket.com All-ABA 2nd Team
Jones Dontae (201-F-75), Nashville
Detrick White (186-G-76), Missisippi
Eric Sandrin (204-F/C-78), Bellevue
Dennis Edwards (193-G/F-72), Pennsylvania
Troy Brown (203-F-71), Boston
USBasket.com All-ABA Co-Coach of the Year: Joe Harge , Arkansas RR and Ike Austin , Utah S.

 All-Star Game
The West team won the ABA All-Star game 163-149, led by Lou Kelly (196-G/F-79, college: UNLV), who scored 32 points and was also named the game MVP. Daryl Dorsey (186-G-81, college: S.Indiana) added 26 points and Todd Day (202-G/F-70, college: Arkansas) 25 for the West team, while the East Team has been led by Randy Gill (188-G-78, college: Bowie St.) who performed for 27 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists. The other best players in East team have been Antwain Antwain Barbour (196-G/F-82, college: Kentucky) (25 points) and Willie Shaw (198-F-82, college: St.John's) (23)

Western All Star team
roster: 
1. Donald Harris (196-G-76, college: Texas Arlington), Texas Tycoons
2. DeRon Rutledge (197-F-75, college: Texas A&M - Kingsv.), Texas Tycoons
3. Chris Davis (196-G-80, college: N.Texas), Texas Tycoons 
4. Kareem Reid (178-G-75, college: Arkansas), Arkansas RimRockers 
5. Todd Day (202-G/F-70, college: Arkansas), Arkansas RimRockers 
6. Brian Jackson (206-F-80, college: Oregon St.), Arkansas RimRockers 
7. Gene Shipley (206-C-79), Tijuana Diablos
8. Curtis Slaughter (201-G-80, college: Cal.St. Northridge), Ontario Warriors 
9. Eric Sandrin (204-F/C-78, college: Seattle Pacific), Bellevue Blackhawks
10. Robert Day (197-F-82, college: W.Oregon St.), Portland Reign
11. Lou Kelly (196-G/F-79, college: UNLV), Las Vegas Rattlers 
12. Daryl Dorsey (186-G-81, college: S.Indiana), Las Vegas Rattlers 
13. Joe Crispin (186-G-79, college: Penn St.), Kansas City Knights

Alternates
:
Kevin Melson (199-F-78, college: Wright St.), Kansas City Knights,
Demetrius Porter (183-G-78, college: Fresno St.),  Central Valley Dawgs, 
Harold Arceneaux (198-F-77, college: Weber St.), Utah Snowbears,
Alex Austin (201-F-67, college: Arizona St.), Utah Snowbears

Eastern All-Star team roster: 
1. Derrick Washington (191-G-79, college: Toccoa Falls), New Jersey SkyCats
2. Saunders Edmund (203-F/C-78, college: Connecticut), New Jersey SkyCats 
3. Antwain Barbour (196-G/F-82, college: Kentucky), Kentucky Colonels
4. Randy Gill (188-G-78, college: Bowie St.), Maryland Nighthawks 
5. Lawrence Moten (196-G/F-73, college: Syracuse), Maryland Nighthawks
6. Detrick White (186-G-76, college: Mississippi St.), Mississippi Stingers
7. Tim Henderson (190-G-80, college: Jackson St.), Mississippi Stingers
8. Branden Vincent (203-F, college: Mississippi St.), Mississippi Stingers
9. Brett Harper (193-G-77, college: N.Carolina Central), Carolina Thunder
10. Willie Shaw (198-F-82, college: St.John's), Harlem Strong Dogs
11. Obadiah Toppin (201-F-78, college: Globe Tech JC), Harlem Strong Dogs
12. Anthony Miller (206-C/F-71, college: Michigan St.), Atlanta Vision
13. Derrick Stevens (180-G-80, college: Colorado St.), Baton Rouge Cajun Pelicans

Alternates:
David Shelton (197-F-78, college: Tulsa), Cincinnati Monarchs, 
Jones Dontae (201-F-75, college: Mississippi St.), Nashville Rhythm

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