The Kankakee Gallagher Trojans began as one of the original NBL teams in 1937 but lasted only one season before disbanding. The Trojans are unique for being the only team to never have a player from another team play for them, and to never have any of their players ever play in any other professional basketball league. Even for the early days of basketball this is an oddity, as even leagues who lasted only a few weeks had players play on other teams and leagues.
Team moved from Chicago to Pittsburgh and became the Pittsburgh Stogies on August 23 1884, but disbanded on September 18, 1884. Many of the players joined the Baltimore Monumentals and the UA admitted the St. Paul White Caps as a new team to the league. The Union Association folded at the end of the season.