Other concurrent basketball leagues:    
ABL
F i l t e r   &   S o r t 
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In 1931 Frank Kautsky, an Indianapolis grocer, formed a professional basketball team and named it the Indianapolis Kautskys. After playing in the Midwest Basketball Conference (1932–33) and the Nation...
The Akron Firestone Non-Skids were an American professional basketball team based in Akron, Ohio. The team was one of the thirteen founding members of the National Basketball League (NBL), which forme...
The Akron Goodyear Wingfoots are one of the oldest basketball teams in the United States. They were founded in 1918, by the workers at the Goodyear Tire Company, in Akron, Ohio. The teams, while givin...
The team was founded in 1936 in Whiting, Indiana as the Whiting Ciesar All-Americans, where they played in the Midwest Basketball Conference. They changed their name in for the 1938-39 season to the H...
1937-1937 1
The Detroit Eagles were a professional basketball team based in Detroit, Michigan. Managed by Dutch Dehnert, they played in the National Basketball League from 1939 to 1941, then became a barnstorming...
The Columbus Athletic Supply, an American professional basketball team that played in the National Basketball League during the 1937–38 season....
The General Electrics was set up as a corporate industrial team owned by the General Electric cooperation. The goal of the team was to use the games as a means of advertising for their products, and t...
a.k.a. Metropolitans
1936-1937 2
Due to dismal performance, the Metropolitans disbanded at the end of the 1937-38 season.
a.k.a. Hed-Aids
1936-1937 2
Detroit Altes Lagers played for 2 seasons from 1936 to 1937, several in the MBC, before folding....
1936-1937 2
Pittsburgh Y.M.H.A.s played for 2 seasons from 1936 to 1937, several in the MBC, before folding....
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Chicago Duffy Florals played for 2 seasons from 1936 to 1937, several in the MBC, before folding....
Indianapolis U.S. Tires played for 2 seasons from 1936 to 1937, several in the MBC, before folding....
1936-1936 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.
Windsor Cooper Buses played for only one season in 1936, finishing with a record of 2-11 in the MBC before folding....