Hollywood Fame

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Hollywood Fame
Founded 2006
League ABA 2006–present
Team history Hollywood Fame
Based in Los Angeles, California
Arena Santa Monica College Corsair Pavilion
Colors Red, white, and blue
Owner(s) Brady Anderson
Kyle Boller
Jimmie Johnson
Stacy Keibler
Nick Lachey
John Salley
Geoff Stults
Brian Vickers
Head coach Hernando Planells Jr.
Championships 0
Division titles 0

The Hollywood Fame was a team in the American Basketball Association based in Los Angeles, California. It was an expansion team for the 2006–07 season. The team is no longer a team in the ABA.

The team played its home games in Santa Monica College's Corsair Pavilion. It had previously announced it would play at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, but financial cost forced them to move locations.

The most noteworthy player on the team was longtime NBA journeyman Bryon Russell.

The Fame was distinguished by, and was perhaps named for, the various celebrities that bought into the team. The owners included Brady Anderson, Kyle Boller, Jimmie Johnson, Brian Vickers, Nick Lachey, John Salley, Stacy Keibler, and Geoff Stults.

2006–07 roster[edit]

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