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Season 2011-2012
All Games
List of Players
List of Imports
Jacksonville Giants wins the ABA 2012 title (Photo: Jacksonville)

Jacksonville Giants 2011-12
Kevin Waters Kevin Waters Waters
Matt Fields
Renaldo Norman
Dwayne Jackson
Emanuel Jackson
Jermaine Bell
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
 Fields Matt 6'7'' (201) F 86 USA
 Norman Renaldo 6'5'' (194) G/F 82 USA
 Jackson Dwayne 6'4'' (193) G 84 USA
 Jackson Emanuel 6'8'' (203) F/C 78 USA
 Jackson Antwan 6'5'' (196) G/F USA
 Bell Jermaine 6'11'' (211) F/C 84 USA
 Lumpkin Anthony 6'1'' (186) G 78 USA
 Stewart A.J. 6'9'' (205) F 88 USA
 Todd Currye 6'4'' (193) G 85 USA
 Sanders Lamar 6'6'' (198) F 84 USA
 Wallery Nick 6'6'' (198) F 81 USA
 Reddick Sherard 6'8'' (203) F 82 USA
 Laettner Chris 6'11'' (210) F 69 USA
 Lawrence Antonio 6'5'' (196) F 83 USA
 Harris Sherod 5'10'' (178) G 83 USA
 Davis Alonso 6'7'' (201) F USA
 Ware Tim 6'7'' (201) F 81 USA
 McDonald K G USA
Head Coach: Kevin Waters
ABA Standings
Atlantic South
 1. Athens R. 14-2
 2. Jacksonville 12-3
 3. Atlanta E. 4-2
 4. Heartland H. 3-0
 5. Atlanta Aliens 2-1
 6. Georgia G. 1-1
 7. Columbus R. 0-3
 8. E.Point Jaguars 0-9
California NW
 1. Central Valley T. 5-4
 2. Modesto H. 3-2
 3. NorCal B. 1-11
 4. Chico Rage 0-2
California South
 1. Arizona S. 19-3
 2. San Diego Sol 18-2
 3. San Diego S. 8-7
 4. LA Slam 6-12
 5. Riverside R. 1-7
 6. Las Vegas A. 0-2
 7. SoCal Swish 0-4
 8. Shizuoka G. 0-16
 1. Lynchburg L. 11-6
 2. Richmond E. 10-2
 3. NoVa Wonders 4-1
 4. Portsmouth C. 2-4
Great Lake
 1. Chicago Steam 10-0
 2. Milwaukee B. 3-0
 3. Cleveland H. 0-1
 4. Porter County P. 0-3
Mid Atlantic
 1. S.Carol.W. 15-0
 2. Carolina C. 9-5
 3. Carolina Ch. 8-6
 4. East Carolina T. 4-7
 5. Nashville S. 3-0
 6. Tennessee MH 2-10
 7. Fayetteville F. 2-13
 8. Clarksville C. 0-2
 9. Carolina J. 0-8
Mid Central
 1. Lima Explosion 10-5
 2. Detroit Hoops 5-4
 3. Michiana M. 3-4
 4. Greencastle GK 2-0
 5. Indianapolis 2-0
 6. Lansing L. 1-1
 7. Dayton GCHF 0-2
 1. Connecticut T. 10-1
 2. Jersey Expr. 5-7
 3. Island Vipers 3-8
 4. New York Ch. 0-1
 5. NYC Thunder 0-3
Pacific North
 1. Bay Area M. 21-9
 2. S.Francisco R. 19-5
 3. Richmond R. 18-7
 4. Port City P. 13-12
 5. E.Bay Pitbulls 12-13
 6. Sacramento H. 3-16
Pacific Northwest
 1. Seattle M. 6-0
 2. Alaska Q. 4-7
 3. Washington R. 0-1
 4. Calgary C. 0-4
 1. Gulf Coast F. 7-3
 2. Panama City D. 0-3
Rocky Mountain
 1. Colorado K. 22-0
 2. Colorado C. 4-9
 3. Crusaders 2-5
 4. Wyoming R. 0-4
South Central
 1. Little Rock L. 15-6
 2. Bluff City R. 14-5
 3. Conway C. 11-7
 4. N.E. Arkansas 7-9
 5. Missouri R. 3-4
 6. St.Louis P. 1-9
South West
 1. North Dallas 12-1
 2. Texas Fuel 12-2
 3. West Texas W. 5-6
 4. Oklahoma S. 4-7
 5. Houston R.S. 2-0
 6. Dallas Impact 1-6
 7. N.Texas F. 1-7
Touring Team
 1. W.Virginia B. 5-9
 2. Houston X. 1-2
 3. Rocky Mountain S. 0-1
 4. Team Haiti 0-1
 5. Appalachian R. 0-2
 6. Florida M. 0-5
 7. Chicago F. 0-6
ABA Championship All-Tournament named - Apr 16, 2012

Just after the final game, the American Basketball Association released the list of the All-Tournament team, as follows:

ABA All-Tournament Team 2012
Jermaine Bell
Sherod Harris
Lamar Sanders
Marquise Gainous
Tony White

ABA All-Tournament MVP:
Jermaine Bell (6'11''-F/C-84) of Jacksonville Giants

All-Tournament Team
Jermaine Bell (6'11''-F/C-84) of Jacksonville Giants
Sherod Harris (5'10''-G-83) of Jacksonville Giants
Lamar Sanders (6'6''-F-84) of Jacksonville Giants
Marquise Gainous (6'9''-F-76) of South Carolina Warriors
Tony White (6'0''-G-88) of South Carolina Warriors
Sheldon Pace (6'0''-G) of San Diego Sol
Will Haynes (6'8''-F-79) of North Dallas Vandals

Jacksonville Giants win 2011-12 ABA Championship - Apr 16, 2012

The American Basketball Association (ABA) crowned a new champion on Sunday, April 15th at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL. And the Champion is the Jacksonville Giants team, advanced to the Final Series after eliminating from the race the San Diego Sol.
Game 1 of the Finals needed of a typical ABA three-minute overtime, at the end the Giants overcame the South Carolina Warriors, 106-101, for the first time this season in three meetings.
Game 2 was played yesterday night, and Jacksonville won again, this time 100-91, claiming the 2012 ABA title. The overall consensus of those attending was that these were the best two teams in the ABA.
'If anyone ever questioned the quality of ABA basketball, there questions were answered this week in St. Pete,' stated ABA President/COO Dick Packer . 'From the first games with the North Dallas Vandals, San Diego Sol as well as the Warriors and Giants, fans got to see some exciting, fast-paced basketball played by highly skilled players. Every game was exciting. And when you add the All Star players who competed on Saturday, you know that the quality of talent extends far beyond the Final Four teams. Our hats to off to all the players who competed - and of course to Ron Sholes, Kevin Waters, the Giants organization for winning the ABA Championship and also to the South Carolina Warriors for their runner-up effort.'
Complete details, scores and stats for the tournament can be found on

ABA announces three All-Star Teams for 2011-2012 season - Mar 13, 2012

The American Basketball Association (ABA) yesterday announced its 2011-12 ABA All Star Teams. For the first time ever, a professional sports league has created three separate teams which will compete against one another in a round robin tournament during the ABA Final Four Championship Playoffs. 'We've been watching the declining interest in All Star Games at the NBA, NFL and MLB level and decided to change formats,' stated Dick Packer , ABA President/COO. 'The three ABA All Star teams will play a round robin tournament for prize money which will give them added incentive to perform at peak level - it will be a winner take all format, the team winning two games will get the trophies and prize money. Is this unusual? You bet...but innovation is the heart and soul of the ABA and we think the fans will enjoy the new All Star format.'

ABA All-Star Red Team 2012
Tony White
Corey Campbell
Shelton Carter
Marlon Sanders
Nick Burton
ABA All Star Red Team
Bryan Calloway (6'2''-G-89) of Fayetteville Flight
Tony White (6'0''-G-88) of South Carolina Warriors
Corey Campbell (6'2''-G-83) of Colorado Kings
Shelton Carter (6'5''-F-87) of Carolina Cougars
Jack Browne (6'7''-G/F) of Richmond Elite
Marlon Sanders (6'1''-G-87) of West Texas Whirlwinds
Nick Burton (6'5''-F-84) of Missouri Rythm
Justin Baker (6'8''-F) of Richmond Rockets
Robert Turner (6'9''-F-82) of Arizona Scorpions
Marcus King-Stockton (6'9''-F-85) of Colorado Kings

Honorable Mention
Sheldon Pace (6'0''-G) of San Diego Sol
Dunnell Jr Webb (6'6''-G-89) of The San Diego Surf
Rashad Moss (6'8''-F-86) of Little Rock Lightning
Andreus Lee (6'6''-F-77) of Bluff City Reign
Derek Wabbington (6'9''-F-83) of Arizona Scorpions
Head Coach: Eric Stoffel of Colorado Kings

ABA All-Star White Team 2012
Michael Vogler
Deandre Hall
Zaire Taylor
Damien Hubbard
Dontaye Hinton
ABA All Star White Team
Michael Vogler (6'1''-G-87) of South Carolina Warriors
Chico Fletcher (5'6''-G-77) of N.E. Arkansas
Deandre Hall (6'6''-G) of Texas Fuel
Zaire Taylor (6'4''-G-86) of Staten Island Vipers
Damien Hubbard (6'6''-F-84) of Lynchburg Legends
Dontaye Hinton (6'5''-F-87) of Bluff City Reign
Chris Woods (6'5''-F-89) of Carolina Trefour Cheetas
Carl Arts (6'6''-F-85) of Alaska Quake
Jermaine Bell (6'11''-F/C-84) of Jacksonville Giants
Keith Closs (7'4''-C-76) of LA SLAM

Honorable Mention
Derek Foster (6'0''-G-81) of San Francisco Rumble
Jordan Boreman (6'2''-G-80) of East Bay Pitbulls
Rashaad Powell (6'6''-G-81) of Seattle Mountaineers
Marcus Saunders (6'10''-C-84) of West Texas Whirlwinds
Marquise Gainous (6'9''-F-76) of South Carolina Warriors
Head Coach: Chris Beard of South Carolina Warriors

ABA All-Star Blue Team 2012
Kenneth Lawrence
Cardell Butler
Elijah Muldrow
John Clark
Andre Muse
ABA All Star Blue Team
Kenneth Lawrence (6'0''-G-81) of Little Rock Lightning
Deangelo Jackson (6'8''-F) of Sacramento Heatwave
Cardell Butler (6'4''-F-81) of San Francisco Rumble
Elijah Muldrow (6'4''-G-83) of Conway Cyclones
John Clark (6'5''-G/F-81) of San Diego Sol
Andre Muse (6'5''-G-86) of Chicago Steam
Shaun Buckingham (6'5''-F/C) of Port City Pirates
Matt Fields (6'7''-F-86) of Jacksonville Giants
Jimmy Allen (6'9''-C-86) of East Bay Pitbulls
Michael Travis (6'9''-C-82) of San Francisco Rumble

Honorable Mention
Jamar Butler (6'1''-PG-85) of Lima Explosion
Lavar Neufville (6'1''-G) of Port City Pirates
Donald Whitfield (6'4''-G-82) of Colorado Kings
David Kinder (6'8''-F/C-86) of The San Diego Surf
Dwayne Blakely (6'5''-F-79) of Missouri Rythm
Head Coach: Zack Jones of San Diego Sol

'If any of the players on the Red, White or Blue teams cannot make the game for any reason, including because they are competing in the playoffs,' added Packer, 'they will be replaced by one of the Honorable Mention players. This season, the ABA had over 700 very good players, truly outstanding talent. It was very difficult to choose and our method of selection came from nominations from the teams as to their outstanding players. We think these 45 represent the cream of the crop from those nominated.'

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