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Allentown Rockets

The Allentown Rockets were an American basketball team based in Allentown, Pennsylvania that was a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Basketball League.

Asbury Park Boardwalkers

The Asbury Park Boardwalkers were an American basketball team based in Asbury Park, New Jersey that was a member of the Eastern Professional Basketball League. The team began to play in the season 1966-67 in the Convention center in Asbury Park. ...

Bakersfield Jammers

The Bakersfield Jammers, known originally as the San Jose Jammers, were an American professional basketball team that were members of the Continental Basketball Association from 1989 to 1992. Originally based in San Jose, California, the team rel ...

Baltimore Bayrunners

The Baltimore Bayrunners were a professional basketball team in the International Basketball League from 1999 to 2000. The Bayrunners were the first professional basketball team in Baltimore, Maryland since the Bullets re-located to Washington, D ...

Baltimore Metros

The Baltimore Metros were an American basketball team based in Baltimore, Maryland that was a member of the Continental Basketball Association. The group was formerly known as Washington metro. During the season 1978 / 79, the team moved to Utica ...

Black Hills Posse

The Black Hills Posse was a professional basketball team based in Rapid City, South Dakota that competed in the International Basketball Association beginning in the 1995–96 season. The team was founded by George Daniel, an attorney from Pennsylv ...

Cherry Hill Rookies

The Cherry Hill Rookies were an American basketball team based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey that was a member of the Eastern Basketball Association. The team changed its name to the Cherry Hill Pros for the 1974/75 season.

Cincinnati Stuff

The Cincinnati Stuff were founded in March 1999, with Doug Kirchhofer as president and former NBA MVP Oscar Robertson as an advisor and part owner together with Neil Kirchhofer. The Stuff held the 1st pick of the 1999 IBL draft, which they used t ...

Elmira Colonels

The Elmira Colonels were an American basketball team based in Elmira, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. It is, to date, the only major league sports team to have ever resided in the Southern Tier.

Greensburg Billikins

Greensburg were an American basketball team based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania that was a member of the Central Basketball League.

Homestead Young Americans

The Homestead Young Americans were an American basketball team based in Homestead, Pennsylvania that was a member of the Central Basketball League. The team was replaced by a Canton in 1906 for the series / 07 the playoffs, but returned to the Le ...

Jersey Reds (basketball)

The Jersey Reds were an American basketball team based in North Bergen, New Jersey that was a member of the American Basketball League. The team formerly known as the Union city Reds. During 1939 / 40 season, the team was United in new York jewel ...

Lake County Lakers

The Lake County Lakers was a franchise in the International Basketball League, that played home games in Lake County, Illinois. The team, owned by Sean Chimeny, who also served as General Manager of the team

Lexington Marathon Oilers

The Lexington Marathon Oilers, or Lexington Marathon Oil, was a professional basketball team. They were a part of the National Alliance of Basketball Leagues.

Mansfield Hawks

The Mansfield Hawks were an International Basketball Association professional basketball team that existed for exactly two basketball seasons in 1998-99 and 1999-2000. After a successful inaugural season, the Hawks won the IBA championship in the ...

New Jersey Meteors

The New Jersey Meteors were a United States Basketball League team located in Monmouth, New Jersey. The Meteors were originally scheduled as the Boston Freedom but moved to New Jersey before the start of the season. They played their first match ...

New York Gothams (basketball)

The New York Gothams were an American basketball team based in New York, New York, that was a member of the American Basketball League. The group was formerly known as the Indians of Westchester. The team moved to new York during 1944 / 45 the se ...

New York Jewels

The New York Jewels were an American basketball team based in New York, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. The group was formerly known as the Brooklyn jewels. For the 2nd half of 1936 / 37, the team was renamed the Bro ...

Omaha Racers

The Omaha Racers were an American minor league basketball team based in Omaha, Nebraska. The franchise played in the Continental Basketball Association from 1989 to 1997. The teams franchise liage started in 1982 as the Wisconsin Flyers. The fran ...

Rapid City Thrillers

The Rapid City Thrillers were a semi-professional basketball team in Rapid City, South Dakota, that competed in the Continental Basketball Association beginning in the 1987 season. They were reincarnated in 1998 as an International Basketball Ass ...

Rochester Centrals

The Rochester Centrals were an American basketball team based in Rochester, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. They played at the Main Street Armory, when it was still in use as a military training facility.

Savannah Spirits

The Savannah Spirits were a professional basketball team that played for two years in the Continental Basketball Association from 1986 to 1988, amassing a total regular season record of 42 wins and 60 losses for a total of 306.5 points. The team ...

Union City Reds

The Union City Reds was an American basketball team based in Union City, New Jersey that was a member of the Metropolitan Basketball League and the American Basketball League. After the season 1933 / 34 the team moved to North Bergen and became a ...

Westchester Indians

The Westchester Indians were an American basketball team based in White Plains, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. During 1944 / 45 season the team became the new York of Gotham city on 20 January 1945.

Yonkers Chiefs

The Yonkers Chiefs were an American basketball team based in Yonkers, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. The group was formerly known as the Bobcats Newark. The team folded them throughout the season.

Melbourne Reds

The Melbourne Reds were a Victorian-based baseball team in the Australian Baseball League. They were the only team to win the championship 3 times. The Reds originally played at the home of VFL/AFL football, Waverley Park from 1989 until the 1994 ...

Central Coast Centurions

The Central Coast Roosters, formerly Central Coast Centurions, are an Australian rugby league football club based in the Central Coast region in New South Wales. They competed in the New South Wales Cup which they exited in 2011. The club still c ...

Drummondville (baseball)

The Drummondville professional baseball team was a member of the now extinct Quebec Provincial League and operated in Drummondville, in the Centre-du-Quebec region of Quebec. The team went through many incarnations over the years. They debuted as ...

Medicine Hat Blue Jays

The Medicine Hat Blue Jays were a Rookie League affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, playing in the Pioneer League and located in the city of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. They played a total of 25 seasons, 1978 through 2002. Their home field was ...

Thetford Mines Pirates

The Thetford Mines Pirates and the Thetford Mines Miners de Thetford Mines) were the names of a Canadian minor league baseball franchise that represented Thetford Mines, Quebec, in the Double-A Eastern League in 1974–75. The club played at le Sta ...

Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks

One of the six founding members of the modern Northern League in 1993, the Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks were league members from 1993 to 1998. They played their home games at Port Arthur Stadium in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Trois-Rivieres Aigles

Les Aigles de Trois-Rivieres was the name of a Canadian minor league baseball franchise representing Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, in the Double-A Eastern League between 1971 and 1977. The Eagles were an affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds and played at l ...

Trois-Rivieres Royals

The baseball team in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec has gone through many incarnations. They began as the Trois-rivières Renards and played in the Quebec provincial League and the original canadian–American League from 1940-1942 when they were shut out f ...

Vancouver Mounties

The Vancouver Mounties were a high-level minor league baseball club based in Vancouver, British Columbia, that played in the Pacific Coast League from 1956–62 and 1965–69. Its home field was Capilano Stadium. During the Mounties first two seasons ...

Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen (football)

The Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen were a Canadian football team based in Kitchener, Ontario and a member of the Ontario Rugby Football Union, a league that preceded the Canadian Football League. Other teams included the London Lords, Sarnia Imperia ...

London Lords

The London Lords were a Canadian football team of the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, from London, Ontario. They played their home games at Labatt Park. They won the last Ontario Rugby Football Union Senior championship in 1960, and then continued ...

Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers

The Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers were a Canadian football team and a member of the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union, a league that preceded the Canadian Football League. The team existed from 1872 to 1935. The Montreal AAA sponsored the Montr ...

Montreal Bulldogs

Montreal Bulldogs was a Canadian football team in Interprovincial Rugby Football Union. The team played in the 1940 and 1941 seasons. During their first season the team did not have a nickname, and was simply called Montreal Football Club, until ...

Notre-Dame-de-Grace Maple Leafs

The Notre-Dame-de-Grace Maple Leafs also known as the NDG Maple Leafs were a junior Canadian football team based in the Notre-Dame-de-Grace neighbourhood of Montreal, Quebec from 1946 to 1973. The Maple Leafs were members of the Quebec Senior Foo ...

Peterborough Orfuns

Peterborough Orfuns was a Canadian football team in Ontario Rugby Football Union. The team played in the 1938 and 1939 seasons. Although often mistakenly referred to as "orphans", their name is actually a play on the name of the League: O f R UNS ...

Sarnia 2/26 Battery

Sarnia 2/26 Battery was the name of a Canadian football team in Ontario Rugby Football Union. The team played in the 1940 season. The ORFU had several teams disband due to the war in 1940, and Sarnia 2/26 Battery was one of the teams quickly recr ...

Sarnia Imperials

The Sarnia Imperials were a football team from Sarnia, Ontario and a member of the Ontario Rugby Football Union, a league that preceded the Canadian Football League and contested for the Grey Cup until 1955. In their history, the Imperials appear ...

Toronto Amateur Athletic Club

The Toronto Amateur Athletic Club or Torontos was an athletics organization in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The club fielded teams in various sports, including ice hockey and rugby football. The Club also had a gymnasium on Ossington Avenue and a bo ...

Verdun Shamcats

The Verdun Shamcats were a team in the Quebec Rugby Football Union from 1950 until 1966. The team was formed in July 1950 by the amalgamation of five local Verdun junior teams originally created in 1945, into a single, more competitive team in th ...

Winnipeg RCAF Bombers

The Winnipeg RCAF Bombers were a Canadian football team during World War II. They lost the 30th Grey Cup and 31st Grey Cup games. In 1942, the Winnipeg Blue bombers do not have any competition for the regular season, so they created their own com ...

Ajax Merchants

The Ajax Merchants are a defunct Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Ajax, Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League.

All-Montreal Hockey Club

The All-Montreal Hockey Club were a mens professional ice hockey team that played in the short-lived Canadian Hockey Association. It was organized by Art Ross in 1909 and played its first game against the Montreal Nationals on 30 December. The CH ...

Belleville McFarlands

The Belleville McFarlands were a mens senior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association Senior division from 1956 to 1961. The McFarlands were based out of Belleville, Ontario, playing home games at the Belleville Memorial Arena. In McFarl ...

Calgary Canadians

The Calgary Canadians were a junior ice hockey team that played in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In 1924, they became the first team from Alberta to play for the Memorial Cup, and in 1926, the first to win it. In 1924 the Canadians won the championsh ...

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