http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/08/14/ ... -generals/
The most one-sided rivalry in sports history has come to an unceremonious end.
The Harlem Globetrotters have ditched the Washington Generals, severing a partnership that lasted 63 years.
All great rivalries come to an end, and as we get set to celebrate our 90th anniversary, we are excited to take on a new opponent, Sweet Lou Dunbar, one of the Globetrotters coaches, said in a statement to ESPN.com. We are looking forward to building a new great rivalry as we entertain families worldwide for years.
The Generals beat the Globetrotters in 1971 their one and only victory against the acrobatic entertainment troupe. Washington general managerJohn Ferrari estimated that his team lost at least 16,000 games. Its final defeat was Aug. 1 in New Jersey.
I'm being sarcastic too. Sort of.
"If games are missed, it hurts no one" ...... ABA CEO Joe Newman 2/9/09
Due to numerous threats of legal action from certain people.......all of the above is my opinion only and it should be noted that I have never invested in the ABA. It is simply one mans opinion.
Oh, the irony.
Honored to have been the 13th player for the Vermont Frost Heaves game on 2-16-07 against the Maryland Nighthawks.
The ABA is the basketball equivalent of Amp'd Mobile.