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1926-1931 6
The franchise began with the Rochester Seagrams (a semi-professional team) from Rochester, New York, that formed in 1923 and hosted a number of teams there over the next 20 years. They joined the Nati...
a.k.a. Crescents
1929-1931 3
Originally known as the the Paterson Whirlwinds, after their first season, the team became known as the Paterson Crescents.
1931-1931 1
The Toledo Redmen were an American basketball team based in Toledo, Ohio that was a member of the National Basketball League and the American Basketball League. For the 1930/31 season, the team was k...
1926-1931 6 3
The Cleveland Rosenblums (also known as the Rosies) were an American basketball team based in Cleveland, Ohio that was one of the original members of the American Basketball League. The Rosenblums pla...
1926-1931 6 1
The Fort Wayne Hoosiers (originally the Fort Wayne Caseys) were an American basketball team based in Fort Wayne, Indiana that was a member of the American Basketball League....
1926-1931 6
The Chicago Bruins were an American basketball team based in Chicago, Illinois. Owned by Chicago Bears football team owner George Halas, the Bruins were a member of the American Basketball League, a l...
1928-1931 4 1
Also known as the "Triangles", franchise played in for nearly 20 years in both the ABL and MBL with tremendous success, including six championships.
The Original Celtics were a barnstorming professional American basketball team. At various times in their existence, the team played in the American Basketball League, the Eastern Basketball League an...
The Syracuse All-Americans were an American basketball team based in Syracuse, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. In their only season, the team dropped out of the league d...
1929-1929 1
Known as the Trenton Potters in early 1900s, the Trenton Bengals (aka Royal Bengals) in the 1920s and 30s, and eventually as the Trenton Tigers in the 1940s before fading along with the ABL.
1927-1928 2
The team's name is an acronym, derived from South Philadelphia Hebrew Association, and the team's players, at least in its earlier years, were primarily Jewish.
1928-1928 1
The Detroit Cardinals (also known as the Olympians) were an American basketball team based in Detroit, Michigan that was a member of the American Basketball League. The team dropped out of the 1927–2...
The Detroit Pulaski Post Five were an American basketball team based in Detroit, Michigan that was a member of the American Basketball League. The team became known as the Detroit Lions after the beg...
1927-1927 1
The Baltimore Orioles were an American basketball team based in Baltimore, Maryland that was a member of the American Basketball League. ...
1926-1926 1
The Brooklyn Arcadians were an American basketball team based in Brooklyn, New York, that was a member of the American Basketball League. The team was named after Arcadia Hall, where they played their...
1926-1926 1
The Buffalo Bisons (also known as the Germans) were an American basketball team based in Buffalo, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League.
1926-1926 1
In it's only season, the team was stocked with some of the best-known pro players of the era. Most of his stars, however, were in their early thirties and years beyond their prime.