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The United States Basketball League was a professional men's spring basketball league. The league was formed in 1985 and ceased in 2008. The final champions were the Kansas Cagerz, who won the title game on July 1, 2007. The only teams remaining at the time the league ceased were the Brooklyn Kings, Dodge City Legend, Gary Steelheads, Kansas Cagerz, Long Island PrimeTime, and the Oklahoma Storm. The seasons ran from late April to late June.

Teams[]

  • Albany Patroons (2006–07)
  • Atlanta Trojans (1991–99, as Atlanta Eagles in 1991-93)
  • Atlantic City Seagulls (1996–2001)
  • Brevard Blue Ducks (1988, 1990–2004, as Jacksonville Hooters in 1988, 1990–92; as Daytona Beach Hooters in 1993; as Jacksonville Hooters in 1994; as Jacksonville Shooters in 1995; as Jacksonville Barracudas in 1996-98; as Gulf Coast SunDogs in 1999-2000; as Lakeland Blue Ducks in 2001; back to being the Brevard Blue Ducks in 2002-2004)
  • Brooklyn Kings (1999–2007)
  • Camden Power (1997–98, as Philadelphia Power in 1997)
  • Carolina Cardinals (1996)
  • Cedar Rapids River Raiders (2004)
  • Connecticut Skyhawks (1985, 1988, 1990–2001, as Connecticut Colonels in 1985; as New Haven Skyhawks in 1988, 1990–92)
  • Delaware Stars (2007)
  • Dodge City Legend (2000–2007)
  • Empire State Stallions (1991)
  • Florida Sea Dragons (2000–02, as Tampa Bay Windjammers in 1996-99)
  • Florida Sharks (1995–97)
  • Florence Flyers
  • Gary Steelheads (2007)
  • Jackson Jackals (1995)
  • Jackson Wildcats (2007), as Adirondack Wildcats (2002–04)
  • Jersey Shore Bucs (1988)
  • Jersey Turnpikes (1995)
  • Kansas Cagerz (1998–2007, as Columbus Cagerz in 1998)
  • Long Island Surf (1985, 1987–88, 1991–2001, as Long Island Knights in 1985, 1987–88)
  • Maryland Mustangs (2001)
  • Memphis Fire (1994–95)
  • Miami Tropics (1987–88,1991–1993)
  • Mississippi Coast Gamblers (1994)
  • Nebraska Cranes (2005–2006)
  • Northeast Pennsylvania Breakers (2006–2007)
  • New Hampshire Thunder Loons (1996–99)
  • New Jersey Jammers (1985–88, 1992, as Jersey Jammers in 1986-88)
  • New Jersey Flyers (2004–05, as Florence Flyers in 2004)
  • New Jersey Meteors (2007)
  • New Jersey Shore Cats (1998–2001)
  • New York Whitecaps (1991)
  • Oklahoma Storm (2000–2007)
  • Palm Beach Stingrays (1986–88, 1990, 1992–94, as Gold Coast Stingrays in 1986; as West Palm Beach Stingrays in 1987)
  • Philadelphia Aces (1985–88, 1990 as Wildwood Aces in 1985-86)
  • Philadelphia Spirit (1991–92)
  • Pennsylvania ValleyDawgs (1999–2006)
  • Portland Wave (1996–97, as Portland Mountain Cats in 1996)
  • Raleigh Cougars (1997–99)
  • Rhode Island Gulls (1985, 1987)
  • Saint Joseph Express (2002, 2004)
  • Saint Louis Skyhawks (2002–2004)
  • Springfield Fame (1985–86)
  • Staten Island Stallions (1986–87)
  • Suncoast Sunblasters (1991)
  • Tampa Bay Stars (1986–87, as Tampa Bay Flash in 1986)
  • Tampa Bay Sunblasters (1992)
  • Texas Rim Rockers (2003–04), no relationship to the American Basketball Association (2000-present) team of the same name
  • Treasure Coast Tropics (1996, as Miami Tropics in 1987-88, 1991–95)
  • Tulsa Tough-Necks (1999–2000)
  • Washington Congressionals (1998–2000)
  • Westchester Golden Apples (1985–86)
  • Westchester Stallions (1993–94)
  • Westchester Kings (1997)
  • Westchester Wildfire (2003–05)


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