|Team history||Arkansas Aeros 2006-present|
|Arena||All-Star Sports Arena|
|Based in||Springdale, Arkansas|
|Colors||Blue, grey, and black|
|Head coach||Bob Hoffman|
The Arkansas Aeros were a team of the American Basketball Association which began play in 2006. They played their home games at the All-Star Sports Arena in Springdale, Arkansas. They ceased operations on March 15, 2007.
The team compiled a 25-2 record during their short existence.
Merger with Rivercatz
The Arkansas Rivercatz were a team located in Pine Bluff. The team was originally called the Little Rock Rivercatz, and was scheduled to play in Little Rock at the Barton Coliseum. The team had a 34-game schedule with 16 home games on the slate to be played at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
They compiled a 17-7 record and were ranked #15 in the ABA Power Rankings before the team's headquarters, the Royal Arkansas Hotel and Suites suddenly went out of business, forcing the team to merge operations with its brother franchise, the Arkansas Aeros.
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