Aba

Aba may refer to:

  • When written with all capital letters, see ABA (disambiguation)

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List Of ABA Champions
... The American Basketball Association (ABA) Finals were the championship series of the ABA, a professional basketball league, in which two teams played each other for the ... The ABA was formed in the fall of 1967, and the first ABA Finals were played at the end of the league's first season in the spring of 1968 ... The league ceased operations in 1976 with the ABA-NBA merger and four teams from the ABA continued play in the National Basketball Association ...
Aba People
... The Aba, who also call themselves the Aba Kizhi and a clan of the Shor people of Russia ...
List Of Denver Nuggets Head Coaches
... were originally founded as the Denver Rockets of the American Basketball Association (ABA) in 1967 ... In 1976, the ABA folded, and the NBA decided to admit four ABA teams into the league, including the Nuggets, the San Antonio Spurs, the Indiana Pacers and the New York Nets ... In 1976, Brown coached the Nuggets to the team's only ABA championship game ...
Les Selvage
... He was discovered and signed by the ABA's Anaheim Amigos in 1967, and appeared in 78 games for the team during the 1967-68 season, averaging 14 points per game ... was known for his eagerness to shoot three-pointers, and led the ABA in three-point field goals made (147) and attempted (461) during the 1967-68 season ... attempted more threes that season than any other ABA team except the Pittsburgh Pipers, and once shot 26 three-pointers in a single game, making 10 ...
List Of New Jersey Nets Head Coaches
... was one of the eleven original American Basketball Association (ABA) teams ... In its second ABA season, Arthur Brown, the team owner, moved the team to Long Island and renamed it the New York Nets ... The team won ABA championships in 1974 and 1976 ...