Calgary 88's

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The Calgary 88's was a professional basketball franchise based in Calgary, Alberta, from 1988 to 1992. The team played in the World Basketball League. The 1992 season, saw the league fold before the season was completed.

The 88's played their home games at the Olympic Saddledome. Their best players during their time in Calgary consisted of Jim Thomas (Indiana) Chip Engelland (Duke), Daryl MacDonald (Texas A&M) John Spencer (Howard U), Chris Childs (Boise St), Kelby Stuckey (SW Missouri), Roland Gray (Saint Louis), Jerry Stroman (Utah), Nikita Wilson (LSU), Carlos Clark, David Henderson, Andre Turner, Sidney Lowe, Kelsey Weems, Perry Young, John Hegwood, Corey Gaines and David Boone. Calgary coaches included Mike Thibault and Roger Lyons. In five seasons, the 88's went 151-78.

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