ABA names All ABA Teams and league Player of the Year
March 29, 2006 - American Basketball Association (ABA) News Release
Indianapolis, IN. The American Basketball Association (ABA) today named its 2006 All ABA First and Second Teams, its Honorable Mentions and its ABA Player of the Year. The ABA Player of the Year is Chris Carrawell of the Rochester RazorSharks.
2006 All ABA First Team
Chris Carrawell, Rochester RazorSharks
Caleb Gervin, Bellingham Slam
Lamar Castile, San Jose Skyrockets
Jerry Dupree, SoCal Legends
Chandler Thompson, Indiana Alley Cats
2006 All ABA Second Team
Armon Gilliam, Pittsburgh Xplosion
Ray Cunningham, Maryland Nighthawks
Jamel Staten, Toledo Ice
Tim Winn, Buffalo Rapids
Sun Yue, Aoshen Olympians
2006 All ABA Honorable Mention Team
Alexus Foyle, Boston Frenzy
Coleco Buie, Pittsburgh Xplosion
Lamar Gayle, Orange County Buzz
Lawrence Moten, Maryland Nighthawks
Manix Auriental, Montreal Matrix
James Reaves, Rochester RazorSharks
Randy Gill, Maryland Nighthawks
Fred Vinson, Aoshen Olympians
Jason Smith, San Jose Skyrockets
Tim Ellis, Tacoma Navigators
Cedric McGinnis, Atlanta Vision
Chris Sandy, Strong Island Sound
For more information, visit the ABA teams' websites or www.abalive.com.
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