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San Diego Clippers

1978/79: Seven years after the Rockets blasted off for Houston, the NBA came sailing back into San Diego as the […]

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San Diego Rockets

1967/68: The NBA continues to expand, adding a team in Seattle and San Diego. The San Diego franchise was named […]

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Seattle Supersonics

1967/68: The NBA landed in the Pacific Northwest as the Seattle Supersonics joined the league as one of two new […]

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Rochester Royals

1945/46: With a roster that included future coaching legend Red Holzman, legendary pro quarterback Otto Graham, major league catcher Del […]

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Providence Steamrollers

1946/47: Owned by Louis Pieri a former basketball coach and hockey coach, the Providence Steamrollers were one of 11 charter […]

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Sheboygan Red Skins

1938/39: After playing as a Midwestern amateur barnstorming team, the Sheboygan Red Skins joined the industrial National Basketball League. The […]

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Philadelphia Warriors

1946/47: With Guard “Jumpin’ Joe” Fulks winning the newly formed Basketball Association of America’s scoring title at 23.2 ppg, scoring […]

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Pittsburgh Ironmen

1946/47: Playing at the old Duquesne Gardens, the Pittsburgh Ironmen was one of 11 charter franchises for the Basketball Association […]

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St. Louis Bombers

1946/47: Coached by Ken Loeffler, the St. Louis Bombers faced the Pittsburgh Ironmen on November 2nd in their first game […]

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St. Louis Hawks

1955/56: After four last-place seasons in Milwaukee, the Hawks arrived in St. Louis, who had once been home to the […]

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