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  • ...e World Basketball League (WBL), which formed in 1987 as the International Basketball Association. The league consisted of teams from across the United States, C
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  • ...ager of the Cleveland Cavaliers from 1985 to 2000. He was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1999.
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  • ...avens. The National Basketball Association awarded the city a professional basketball team, the Cavaliers, in 1970.</p>
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  • ...Mount Union became one of the first colleges in the nation to have its own basketball team. During this era, the college merged with another local school, Scio C
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  • ...rophy winners Eddie George and Archie Griffin, football coach Woody Hayes, basketball coach Bobby Knight, General Curtis E. LeMay, golfer Jack Nicklaus, Olympian
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  • ...ockers was one of the original eight teams comprising the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The Rockers existed from 1997 until 2003. Seven thousan
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  • ...eland Cavaliers, a professional basketball team that plays in the National Basketball Association. Playing in the Cleveland Arena, the team struggled during its ...nd. The team's financial situation improved, as did its performance on the basketball court. The Cavaliers returned to the playoffs in 1988, under head coach Len
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...n again, and this time triumphed in the playoffs, emerging as the National Basketball League's champion. With a record of eighteen wins and nine losses, the team
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...s. During the next season, the squad finished next to last in the National Basketball League. </p>
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...enue Armory Gym in Cincinnati. The team finished fifth in the the National Basketball League's Western Division. The Clothiers/Comellos won just three and lost s
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  • ...ork, but moved to Cincinnati in 1957 where the team played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1957 to 1972.</p> ...Royalty: A Brief History: A Look Back at 15 years of Cincinnati Royals NBA Basketball''. United States, 2016.
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  • ...asketball League, which formed in 1999. The league played by international basketball rules. The Cincinnati Stuff’s home games occurred in the Firestar Center. <p>Following the 2000-2001, due to poor attendance, the International Basketball League ceased operations, and the Cincinnati Stuff disbanded.</p>
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...g the team’s first season, the squad finished second in the the National Basketball League’s Eastern Division. The team won thirteen and lost seventeen games
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...oint. World War II caused a decline in the number of teams in the National Basketball League. The Brassmen lost in the first round of the playoffs. Due to the te
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  • ...all Leagues and from the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) to form the American Basketball League (ABL). Among the league's founding teams was Steinbrenner's Clevelan ...Cleveland’s basketball fans. With Cornelius ‘Corny’ Freeman, former basketball star from Xavier University, the Pipers won the Industrial League in 1958 a
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  • ...1949, it joined with the National Basketball League to create the National Basketball Association. The Rebels squad played its home games in Cleveland, Ohio.</p> ...the Cleveland Rebels. The squad played in only the 1946-1947 season in the Basketball Association of America before disbanding. The team won thirty games and los
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  • ...wner of a clothing store in Cleveland, Ohio. Rosenblum established his own basketball team, the Cleveland Rosenblums, which played in the ABL until 1931. </p> <p>The Rosenblums continued to play basketball for at least a decade after leaving the ABL. It primarily played exhibition
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...ring the middle of the season. The team finished third in the the National Basketball League’s Eastern Division. The Penns/White Horses won fourteen and lost f
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...(1937-1938). During the season, the team finished last in the the National Basketball League’s Eastern Division. The team won just one game and lost twelve. Th
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  • ...League formed. The goal of this organization was to create a professional basketball league for women. One of the ABL's initial teams was the Columbus Quest, wh ...fortunately, due to competition from the recently created Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), the ABL collapsed during the middle of the 1998-1999 se
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  • ...gue joined with the Basketball Association of America to form the National Basketball Association. </p> ...(1937-1938). During the season, the team finished last in the the National Basketball League’s Western Division. The Metropolitans won just two and lost eleven
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