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Post by runninref » Wed Nov 23, 2011 8:28 pm

#8 from the power rankings has already "no showed" a local opponent. Makes you wonder how and what the other teams are doing. I hate it for the handful of ownership groups that do things right.

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Post by ABARedWhiteBlue » Mon Nov 28, 2011 11:10 pm

http://abalive.com/aba-featured-news/aba-power-rankings/

ABA POWER RANKINGS – THROUGH SUNDAY, NOV 27

Indianapolis, IN. The American Basketball Association (ABA) http://www.abalive.com today released its power rankings through the week of November 27th and the Jacksonville Giants and Los Angeles SLAM held onto the two top spots in spite of not having played a game. “Our regular season officially begins next week,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. “Jax and LA were the pre-season favorites, and though we have played over 50 games already, we’re letting them hold their positions though both the Colorado Kings and the South Carolina Warriors have shown great strengths as have several other teams. We’ll get a better picture after this weekend.”

  1. Jacksonville Giants
  2. Los Angeles SLAM
  3. Colorado Kings
  4. South Carolina Warriors
  5. Memphis Bluff City Reign
  6. Arizona Scorpions
  7. Connecticut Topballerz
  8. Conway Cyclones
  9. North Dallas Vandals
  10. Athens Razors
  11. San Diego SOL
  12. Carolina Cheetahs
  13. Nashville SOUL
  14. Texas FUEL
  15. Gulf Coast Flash
  16. Central Valley Titans
  17. Jersey Express
  18. Chicago Steam
  19. East Carolina Trojans
  20. Milwaukee Blast
  21. Richmond Rockets
  22. Richmond Elite
  23. Bay Area Matrix
  24. Lynchburg Legends
“And there ate at least six other teams that could well be in the top 24 and probably will be with a few more games under their belts,” added Newman. For more information, visit http://www.abalive.com. Tickets for all ABA games are available on http://www.eventbrite.com.
Proud to be "Mean-spirited blogger #10K" ;)
And we believe it is better to have critics and people who care than not to have interest at all. Joe Newman 6/30/05
I never said the ABA had the greatest numbers regarding retention of teams. OldSchoolBaller (neither did we :rolleyes: )
The ABA has tarnished minor league professional basketball throughout this country Ed Krinsky 2/15/06
We are now making some adjustments to our schedule - Joe Newman 10/9/08 in perpetuity

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Post by The Sweeper » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:06 pm

“And there ate at least six other teams that could well be in the top 24 and probably will be with a few more games under their belts,” added Newman. For more information, visit http://www.abalive.com. Tickets for all ABA games are available on http://www.eventbrite.com.

Must be a "Walking Dead" thing.
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Post by robster2001 » Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:21 pm

"The Sweeper" wrote:Must be a "Walking Dead" thing.


The ABA is a zombie league, after all... :)

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Post by ABARedWhiteBlue » Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:27 pm

Aba power rankings – through sunday, dec, 4

jacksonville giants hang onto #1 position in aba power rankings

indianapolis, in. The american basketball association (aba) http://www.abalive.com today released its power rankings for the week ending december 3rd, and the jacksonville giants hung onto its #1 position atop the rankings with a last second shot over the visiting gulf coast flash. “what an exciting game this was,” stated joe newman, aba ceo. “we knew that gulf coast was very tough and it was the first game of the season for the giants. With a crowd of over 3000 people standing, a last second shot saved the day for jacksonville and they held onto their number one position. The second-ranked los angeles slam won four games this week and both the colorado kings and south carolina warriors remain undefeated. Quite a battle for the #1 spot.”


  1. jacksonville giants
  2. los angeles slam
  3. colorado kings
  4. south carolina warriors
  5. arizona scorpions
  6. san diego sol
  7. carolina cougars
  8. carolina cheetahs
  9. chicago steam
  10. athens razors
  11. jersey express
  12. texas fuel
  13. bay area matrix
  14. gulf coast flash
  15. nashville soul
  16. milwaukee blast
  17. memphis bluff city reign
  18. central valley titans
  19. lynchburg legends
  20. conway cyclones
  21. atlanta experience
  22. north dallas vandals
  23. indianapolis drive
  24. connecticut topballerz
“the missouri rhythm, little rock lightning, seattle mountaineers and several other teams could easily have been ranked,:” added newman. “and i would not be surprised if they were next week. There are so many good teams in the aba and all it takes is a win or two to change.”


So, why weren't they ranked, Joe? How far back are they in the standings? I'd say the fans want to know, but aside from Jacksonville - there really aren't any.
Last edited by ABARedWhiteBlue on Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Proud to be "Mean-spirited blogger #10K" ;)
And we believe it is better to have critics and people who care than not to have interest at all. Joe Newman 6/30/05
I never said the ABA had the greatest numbers regarding retention of teams. OldSchoolBaller (neither did we :rolleyes: )
The ABA has tarnished minor league professional basketball throughout this country Ed Krinsky 2/15/06
We are now making some adjustments to our schedule - Joe Newman 10/9/08 in perpetuity

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Post by The Sweeper » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:40 am

“and i would not be surprised if they were next week. There are so many good teams in the aba and all it takes is a win or two to change

Translation: "All it takes is a win or two to qualify for the playoffs"
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Post by robster2001 » Tue Dec 06, 2011 2:15 pm

"The Sweeper" wrote:“and i would not be surprised if they were next week. There are so many good teams in the aba and all it takes is a win or two to change

Translation: "All it takes is a win or two to qualify for the playoffs"


Actually, all it takes is surviving to the end of the season to qualify for the playoffs. Whether the survivors actually choose to play post-season games is another question.

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Post by turbocamyes » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:59 pm

"The Sweeper" wrote:Translation: "All it takes is a win or two to qualify for the playoffs"


At least 24 teams have won three or more games, so I think that threshold has been met. And Jacksonville & Gulf Coast are not included--haven't played enough games yet.

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Post by turbocamyes » Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:50 pm

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Rank                Team   Wins   Loses   Pct   Pts   Agst   Diff
1   Jacksonville Giants   1   0   1.000   116.00   115.00   1.00
2   Los Angeles SLAM   4   0   1.000   119.00   111.25   7.75
[b][color=Red]3   Colorado Kings         10   0   1.000   153.90   117.00   36.90[/color][/b]
4   South Carolina Warriors   5   0   1.000   140.00   96.80   43.20
5   Arizona Scorpions   7   1   0.875   110.63   92.63   18.00
6   San Diego SOL       6   1   0.857   117.43   78.86   38.57
7   Carolina Cougars   4   2   0.667   123.17   113.00   10.17
8   Carolina Cheetahs   5   1   0.833   116.83   107.50   9.33
9   Chicago Steam       4   1   0.800   115.60   101.60   14.00
10   Athens Razors       3   0   1.000   119.33   92.00   27.33
11   Jersey Express       4   1   0.800   115.60   106.00   9.60
12   Texas FUEL         5   1   0.833   107.33   99.00   8.33
13   Bay Area Matrix       4   1   0.800   102.00   91.60   10.40
14   Gulf Coast Flash   2   1   0.667   136.33   115.00   21.33
15   Nashville SOUL     3   0   1.000   145.67   114.33   31.33
16   Milwaukee Blast     4   1   0.800   139.00   112.40   26.60
17   Bluff City Reign   5   2   0.714   112.86   106.43   6.43
18   Central Valley Titans   3   0   1.000   114.33   102.33   12.00
19   Lynchburg Legends   4   2   0.667   114.67   114.17   0.50
20   Conway Cyclones     3   1   0.750   128.25   125.75   2.50
21   Atlanta Experience   3   0   1.000   115.33   83.00   32.33
22   North Dallas Vandals   3   1   0.750   114.50   97.00   17.50
23   Indianapolis Drive   2   0   1.000   129.00   98.50   30.50
24   Connecticut Topballerz   2   1   0.667   119.33   107.67   11.67
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Post by TEN » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:48 am

Dang! Who are the Colorado Kings playing? High school girls teams?

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