|History||Oshkosh All-Stars (1937-1949)|
|Championships||2 National Basketball League Championships (1941,1942)
4 West Division Champions (1938-40, 1949)
1 World Professional Basketball Tournament
The Oshkosh All-Stars were a professional basketball team based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. From 1937 to 1949 they played in the National Basketball League, a forerunner to the NBA. The team appeared in the NBL finals five consecutive years (1938-1942), winning twice. The All-Stars also won the 1942 World Professional Basketball Tournament over the Detroit Eagles in Chicago.
- Scotty Armstrong
- Connie Mack Berry
- Bob Carpenter
- Leroy Edwards
- Gene Englund
- Ted Fritsch
- Alex Hannum
- Charlie Shipp
- George Svendsen
- Floyd Volker
- Jan Hubbard, et al. The Official NBA Encyclopedia. New York: Doubleday, 2000. pgs. 44-45.
- Wilfrid Smith. "Oshkosh beats Detroit, 43-41, for pro title". Chicago Daily Tribune. March 12, 1942. 21.
- Oshkosh All-Stars seasons at basketball-reference.com
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