List of Continental Basketball Association seasons

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The Continental Basketball Association (CBA)—and its previous incarnations as the Eastern Pennsylvania Basketball League, the Eastern Professional Basketball League (EPBL) and the Eastern Basketball Association (EBA)—was a professional basketball league which lasted 63 seasons from 1946 to 2009.

1978–79 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT GB
Northern Division
Rochester Zeniths 36 12 .750
Anchorage Northern Knights 27 22 .551 9.5
Jersey Shore Bullets 22 26 .458 14
Maine Lumberjacks 17 30 .362 18.5
Southern Division
Wilkes-Barre Barons 22 22 .500
Allentown Jets 20 21 .488 .5
Lancaster Red Roses 14 26 .350 6
Mohawk Valley Thunderbirds§ 16 15 .516
§ Mohawk Valley Thunderbirds disbanded midseason
Notes and events
  • In July 1978, the CBA board of directors unanimously approved the admittance of the Rochester Zeniths to the league. The Zeniths were previously members of the All-American Basketball Alliance. The EBA announced that the Providence Shooting Stars were folding due to unpaid debts. The league allowed the Long Island Ducks and the Brooklyn Dodgers to attempt to find financial backing.[1]
  • On February 17, 1979, the Anchorage Northern Knights set CBA records for team points in a game with 183 and, points in a single half with 99 in the second half, and field goals in a game with 74.[2]
Postseason
CBA First Round
   
4 Jersey Shore Bullets 1
5 Allentown Jets 2
CBA Semifinals CBA Championship Series
      
1 Rochester Zeniths 3
5 Allentown Jets 1
1 Rochester Zeniths 4
2 Anchorage N. Knights 0
2 Anchorage N. Knights 3
3 Wilkes-Barre Barons 1

1979–80 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT GB
Northern Division
Rochester Zeniths 31 15 .674
Anchorage Northern Knights 29 16 .644 1.5
Maine Lumberjacks 21 23 .477 9
Hawaii Volcanos 20 25 .444 10.5
Southern Division
Lehigh Valley Jets 19 12 .613
Pennsylvania Barons 14 17 .452 5
Lancaster Red Roses 12 24 .353 8.5
Utica Olympics 15 31 .326 12
Notes and events
  • On April 1, 1980, Maine Lumberjacks player Charles Jones had a CBA record 26 rebounds in a game. Maine lost the Eastern Conference Finals game to the Rochester Zeniths, 140–132.[3]
Postseason
  CBA Semifinals     CBA Conference Finals     CBA Championship Series
                           
        1 Rochester Zeniths 2  
  3 Maine Lumberjacks 2     3 Maine Lumberjacks 0    
  5 Leigh Valley Jets 0         1 Rochester Zeniths 3
      2 Anchorage N. Knights 4
        2 Anchorage N. Knights 3    
  1 Rochester Zeniths 2     4 Hawaii Volcanos 2  
  6 Pennsylvania Barons 0  

1980–81 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT GB
Eastern Division
Rochester Zeniths 34 6 .850
Atlantic City Hi-Rollers 22 18 .550 12
Philadelphia Kings 17 23 .425 17
Lehigh Valley Jets 16 24 .400 18
Maine Lumberjacks 16 24 .400 18
Scranton Aces 13 27 .325 `21
Western Division
Montana Golden Nuggets 27 15 .643
Anchorage Northern Knights 25 17 .595 2
Billings Volcanos 23 19 .548 4
Alberta Dusters 11 31 .262 16
Notes and events
  • After Darryl Dawkins shattered two basketball backboards during his 1979–80 NBA season, the CBA implemented a collapsible hinged rim for the 1980–81 season. The design was chosen from 10 prototypes which were set up in a New York City high school gymnasium in the summer of 1980. Unidentified college basketball players were asked to try to break the rims and the three strongest designs were chosen for a trail run in the CBA. All three rims broke away from the backboard and snapped back in place.[4] The NBA implemented one of the CBA's designs the following season.[5]

1981–82 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Lancaster Lightning 34 12 .739 105 207
Rochester Zeniths 29 17 .630 102 189
Maine Lumberjacks 18 28 .391 81.5 135.5
Wildwood Hi-Rollers 15 31 .326 84 129
Western Division
Billings Volcanoes 32 14 .696 106 202
Montana Golden Nuggets 30 16 .652 104 194
Alberta Dusters 12 34 .261 81.5 117.5
Anchorage Northern Knights 14 32 .304 72 114

1982–83 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Rochester Zeniths 29 15 .659 106.5 193.5
Lancaster Lightning 30 14 .682 95.5 185.5
Maine Lumberjacks 22 22 .500 88.0 154.0
Albany Patroons 16 28 .364 75.5 123.5
Central Division
Detroit Spirits 26 18 .591 92.0 170.0
Ohio Mixers 17 27 .386 81.5 132.5
Wisconsin Flyers 14 30 .318 78.0 120.0
Western Division
Montana Golden Nuggets 33 11 .750 104.0 203.0
Wyoming Wildcatters 22 22 .500 86.0 152.0
Billings Volcanos 20 24 .454 86.0 146.0
Las Vegas/Albuquerque Silvers 17 27 .386 85.0 136.0
Reno Bighorns 18 26 .409 78.0 132.0
Notes and events
League map

1983–84 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Puerto Rico Coquis 28 16 .636 98 182
Albany Patroons 25 19 .568 89.5 164.5
Bay State Bombardiers 22 22 .500 95 161
Lancaster Lightning 24 20 .545 88.5 160.5
Sarasota Stingers 16 28 .364 81.5 129.5
Toronto Tornados 16 28 .364 74 122
Western Division
Wisconsin Flyers 27 17 .614 101 182
Detroit Spirits 26 18 .591 89 167
Wyoming Wildcatters 23 21 .523 93.5 162.5
Ohio Mixers 23 21 .523 88 157
Louisville Catbirds 23 21 .523 87 156
Albuquerque Silvers 11 33 .250 71 104

1984–85 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Albany Patroons 34 14 .708 118.5 220.5
Tampa Bay Thrillers 35 13 .729 108 213
Lancaster Lightning 28 20 .583 102.5 186.5
Toronto Tornados 26 22 .542 101.5 179.5
Puerto Rico Coquis 27 21 .562 98.5 179.5
Bay State Bombardiers 20 28 .417 93 153
Sarasota Stingers 21 27 .438 89.5 152.5
Western Division
Wyoming Wildcatters 24 24 .500 99 171
Evansville Thunder 23 25 .479 95.5 164.5
Detroit Spirits 23 25 .479 94 163
Wisconsin Flyers 21 27 .438 91 154
Louisville Catbirds 19 29 .396 92.5 149.5
Cincinnati Slammers 17 31 .354 84 135
Albuquerque Silvers 18 30 .375 76.5 130.5

1985–86 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Tampa Bay Thrillers 34 14 .708 109 211
Bay State Bombardiers 30 18 .625 105 195
Baltimore Lightning 26 22 .542 101 179
Albany Patroons 24 24 .500 99.5 171.5
Florida Stingers 21 27 .438 99 162
Maine Windjammers 18 30 .375 84 138
Toronto/Pensacola Tornadoes 15 33 .312 81.5 126.5
Western Division
Cincinnati Slammers 33 15 .688 102.5 201.5
Evansville Thunder 25 23 .521 97.5 172.5
Detroit Spirits 24 24 .500 100 172
La Crosse Catbirds 24 24 .500 98.5 170.5
Kansas City Sizzlers 25 23 .521 94 169
Wyoming Wildcatters 21 27 .438 93 156
Wisconsin Flyers 16 32 .333 79.5 127.5

1986–87 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Tampa Bay Thrillers 34 14 .708 119 221
Albany Patroons 26 22 .542 96.5 174.5
Jacksonville/Mississippi Jets 26 22 .542 93 171
Pensacola Tornados 20 28 .417 97 157
Charleston Gunners 20 28 .417 82.5 142.5
Savannah Spirits 20 28 .417 80.5 140.5
Western Division
La Crosse Catbirds 28 20 .583 103 187
Cincinnati Slammers 25 23 .521 108.5 183.5
Topeka Sizzlers 24 24 .500 91.5 163.5
Rockford Lightning 22 26 .458 95.5 161.5
Wyoming Wildcatters 21 27 .438 97.5 160.5
Wisconsin Flyers 22 26 .458 87.5 153.5

1987–88 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Albany Patroons 48 6 .889 149.5 293.5
Pensacola Tornados 28 26 .519 101.5 185.5
Mississippi Jets 25 29 .463 107.5 182.5
Savannah Spirits 22 32 .407 100 166
Topeka Sizzlers 21 33 .389 100.5 163.5
Charleston Gunners 14 40 .259 88 130
Western Division
La Crosse Catbirds 40 14 .741 122 242
Rockford Lightning 37 17 .685 118.5 229.5
Quad City Thunder 30 24 .556 118.5 208.5
Wyoming Wildcatters 23 31 .426 104.5 173.5
Rochester Flyers 20 34 .370 104.5 164.5
Rapid City Thrillers 16 38 .296 81 129

1988–89 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Albany Patroons 36 18 .667 125.5 233.5
Tulsa Fast Breakers 28 26 .519 114 198
Pensacola Tornados 30 24 .556 104.5 194.5
Wichita Falls Texans 23 31 .426 104.5 173.5
Charleston Gunners 20 34 .370 97.5 157.5
Topeka Sizzlers 14 40 .259 83 125
Western Division
Rapid City Thrillers 38 16 .704 131.5 245.5
Quad City Thunder 36 18 .667 122.5 230.5
Rockford Lightning 34 20 .630 121.5 223.5
Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets 30 24 .556 100.5 190.5
La Crosse Catbirds 19 35 .352 103 160
Rochester Flyers 16 38 .296 88 136

1989–1990 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Albany Patroons 41 15 .732 136.5 259.5
Pensacola Tornados 32 24 .571 116.5 212.5
Grand Rapids Hoops 26 30 .464 110.5 188.5
Columbus Horizon 18 38 .321 97 151
Central Division
La Crosse Catbirds 42 14 .750 127.5 253.5
Quad City Thunder 34 22 .607 130.5 232.5
Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets 25 31 .446 110 185
Rockford Lightning 22 34 .393 108.5 174.5
Midwest Division
Rapid City Thrillers 42 14 .750 123.5 249.5
Omaha Racers 29 27 .518 118 205
Sioux Falls Skyforce 20 36 .357 101 161
Topeka Sizzlers 10 46 .179 85 115
Western Division
Santa Barbara Islanders 37 19 .661 112 223
Tulsa Fast Breakers 31 25 .554 117 210
San Jose Jammers 23 33 .411 106.5 175.5
Wichita Falls Texans 16 40 .286 92 140
League map

1990–91 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Central Division
Quad City Thunder 32 24 .571 120.5 216.5
La Crosse Catbirds 32 24 .571 111 207
Rockford Lightning 23 33 .411 114 183
Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets 24 32 .429 106 178
Midwest Division
Omaha Racers 39 17 .696 127 244
Rapid City Thrillers 27 29 .482 115.5 196.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 26 30 .464 100 178
Yakima Sun Kings 15 41 .268 90.5 135.5
Western Division
Tulsa Fast Breakers 34 22 .607 124 226
Wichita Falls Texans 32 24 .571 125.5 221.5
San Jose Jammers 21 35 .375 93 156
Oklahoma City Cavalry 18 38 .321 95.5 149.5
Eastern Division
Albany Patroons 50 6 .893 139 289
Grand Rapids Hoops 25 31 .446 116.5 191.5
Pensacola Tornados 27 29 .482 108 189
Columbus Horizon 23 33 .411 106 175
League map

1991–92 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Grand Rapids Hoops 28 28 .500 110.5 194.5
Birmingham Bandits 25 31 .446 114.5 189.5
Albany Patroons 24 32 .429 109 181
Columbus Horizon 18 38 .321 88 142
Midwest Division
Quad City Thunder 42 14 .750 136.5 262.5
La Crosse Catbirds 40 16 .714 140 260
Rockford Lightning 21 35 .375 98 161
Fort Wayne Fury 21 35 .375 87 150
Northern Division
Rapid City Thrillers 37 19 .661 130 241
Omaha Racers 37 19 .661 127 238
Tri-City Chinook 29 27 .518 112 199
Sioux Falls Skyforce 24 32 .429 104 176
Yakima Sun Kings 13 43 .232 82.5 121.5
Southern Division
Oklahoma City Cavalry 33 23 .589 114.5 213.5
Wichita Falls Texans 28 28 .500 126.5 210.5
Tulsa Zone 24 32 .429 108 180
Bakersfield Jammers§ 16 8 .667 52 100
§ The Bakersfield Jammers disbanded midseason
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 1991–92 season
Red pog.svg Eastern Division teams — Blue pog.svg Midwest Division teams — Green pog.svg Northern Division teams — Orange pog.svg Southern Division teams

1992–93 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Grand Rapids Hoops 35 21 .625 125 230
Capital Region Pontiacs 28 28 .500 113 197
Columbus Horizon 21 35 .375 96 159
Fort Wayne Fury 20 36 .357 98.5 158.5
Mideast Division
Rockford Lightning 44 12 .786 138 270
Quad City Thunder 38 18 .679 130.5 244.5
La Crosse Catbirds 32 24 .571 123 219
Rochester Renegade 6 50 .107 77 95
Midwest Division
Rapid City Thrillers 44 12 .786 134 266
Omaha Racers 28 28 .500 109 193
Sioux Falls Skyforce 26 30 .464 110.5 188.5
Fargo-Moorhead Fever 18 38 .321 95 149
Western Division
Wichita Falls Texans 34 22 .607 115 217
Tri-City Chinook 27 29 .482 112 193
Oklahoma City Cavalry 25 31 .446 112.5 187.5
Yakima Sun Kings 22 34 .392 103 169

1993–94 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Grand Rapids Hoops 37 19 .661 119 230
Fort Wayne Fury 19 37 .339 104.5 161.5
Hartford Hellcats 18 38 .321 100 154
Columbus Horizon 18 38 .321 99.5 153.5
Mideast Division
La Crosse Catbirds 35 21 .625 118 223
Rockford Lightning 32 24 .571 122 218
Quad City Thunder 34 22 .607 114.5 216.5
Rochester Renegades 31 25 .554 112 205
Midwest Division
Rapid City Thrillers 37 19 .661 125.5 236.5
Omaha Racers 30 26 .536 113.5 203.5
Quad City Thunder 34 22 .607 114.5 216.5
Fargo-Moorhead Fever 25 31 .446 104 179
Western Division
Tri-City Chinook 34 22 .607 116.5 218.5
Wichita Falls Texans 26 30 .464 118 196
Yakima Sun Kings 24 32 .429 112 184
Oklahoma City Cavalry 24 32 .429 105.5 177.5

1994–95 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Pittsburgh Piranhas 27 29 .482 119 200
Fort Wayne Fury 24 32 .429 99.5 171.5
Harrisburg Hammerheads§ 15 18 .455 63 108
Hartford Hellcats 11 23 .324 57.5 90.5
Midwest Division
Quad City Thunder 33 23 .589 116.5 215.5
Rockford Lightning 29 27 .518 121 208
Chicago Rockers 28 28 .500 118 202
Grand Rapids Mackers 29 27 .518 114 201
Western Division
Yakima Sun Kings 36 20 .643 130.5 238.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 34 22 .607 131 233
Tri-City Chinook 32 34 .571 127.5 223.5
Rapid City Thrillers 31 25 .554 119.5 212.5
Southern Division
Oklahoma City Cavalry 35 21 .625 106 211
Omaha Racers 26 30 .464 97.5 175.5
Mexico Aztecas 19 37 .339 100.5 157.5
Shreveport Crawdads 17 39 .304 82 133
§ Harrisburg Hammerheads disbanded midseason
Hartford Hellcats disbanded midseason

1995–96 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Division
Grand Rapids Mackers 33 23 .589 110.5 209.5
Fort Wayne Fury 25 31 .446 113 188
Connecticut Pride 17 39 .304 96 147
Midwest Division
Rockford Lightning 35 21 .625 122 227
Quad City Thunder 37 19 .661 116 227
Chicago Rockers 26 30 .464 109 187
Western Division
Sioux Falls Skyforce 34 24 .607 127 223
Omaha Racers 28 28 .500 106.5 190.5
Yakima Sun Kings 19 37 .339 104.5 161.5
Southern Division
Florida Beach Dogs 41 15 .732 131.5 254.5
Oklahoma City Cavalry 34 22 .607 121.5 223.5
Shreveport Storm 17 39 .304 99 150
San Diego Wildcards§ 4 17 .190 34.5 46.5
§ San Diego Wildcards folded during the season

1996–97 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Florida Beachdogs 38 18 .679 137.5 251.5
Grand Rapids Hoops 32 24 .571 124.5 220.5
Quad City Thunder 27 29 .482 110 191
Rockford Lightning 28 28 .500 105 189
Connecticut Pride 21 35 .375 107.5 170.5
Fort Wayne Fury 20 36 .357 93 153
National Conference
Sioux Falls Skyforce 47 9 .839 134 275
Oklahoma City Cavalry 29 27 .518 120 207
Yakima Suns Kings 25 31 .446 103 178
Omaha Racers 22 34 .393 97.5 163.5
La Crosse Bobcats 19 37 .339 100 157

1997–98 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Fort Wayne Fury 31 25 .554 117.0 210.0
Rockford Lightning 29 27 .518 114.0 201.0
Connecticut Pride 26 30 .464 113.0 190.0
Grand Rapids Hoops 21 35 .375 101.5 164.5
National Conference
Quad City Thunder 28 18 .679 130.0 244.0
Sioux Falls Skyforce 31 25 .554 114.5 207.5
Yakima Sun Kings 26 30 .464 110.0 188.8
Idaho Stampede 25 31 .446 110.0 185.0
La Crosse Bobcats 25 31 .446 98.0 170.0
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 1997–98 season

1998–99 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Connecticut Pride 37 19 .661 124.5 235.5
Grand Rapids Hoops 27 29 .482 121 202
Fort Wayne Fury 28 28 .500 103.5 187.5
Rockford Lightning 23 33 .411 103.5 172.5
National Conference
Sioux Falls Skyforce 32 24 .571 128.5 224.5
Yakima Sun Kings 30 26 .536 122.5 212.5
Quad City Thunder 29 27 .518 100 187
Idaho Stampede 25 31 .446 104 179
La Crosse Bobcats 21 35 .375 100.5 163.5

1999–2000 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT
American Conference
Rockford Lightning 30 26 .536
Connecticut Pride 29 27 .518
Grand Rapids Hoops 29 27 .518
Fort Wayne Fury 26 30 .464
National Conference
Quad City Thunder 35 21 .625
Yakima Sun Kings 33 23 .589
Sioux Falls Skyforce 30 26 .536
La Crosse Bobcats 21 35 .375
Idaho Stampede 19 37 .339

2000–01 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Connecticut Pride 16 9 .640 55 103
Grand Rapids Hoops 15 10 .600 55 100
Fort Wayne Fury 11 9 .550 41.0 74
Rockford Lightning 12 13 .480 49.0 85
Gary Steelheads 9 15 .375 37.5 64.5
National Conference
Idaho Stampede 17 7 .708 49 100
Yakima Sun Kings 12 12 .500 55.5 91.5
Quad City Thunder 8 13 .381 42 66
La Crosse Bobcats 9 14 .391 41.5 68.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 8 15 .348 42.5 66.5

2001–02 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Rockford Lightning 31 25 .554 120.5 213.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 33 23 .589 114.5 213.5
Grand Rapids Hoops 30 26 .536 114.0 204
Gary Steelheads 22 34 .393 37.5 166.0
National Conference
Dakota Wizards 26 14 .650 95 173
Fargo-Moorhead Beez 25 15 .625 80.5 155.5
Flint Fuze 17 23 .404 77.5 128.5
Saskatchewan Hawks 8 32 .200 66.0 90
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 2001–02 season

2002–03 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Rockford Lightning 32 16 .667 112.5 208.5
Grand Rapids Hoops 23 25 .479 100.5 169.5
Gary Steelheads 25 23 .521 93.5 168.5
Great Lakes Storm 19 29 .396 80.5 137.5
National Conference
Dakota Wizards 31 17 .646 119.5 212.5
Yakima Sun Kings 28 20 .583 104.5 188.5
Idaho Stampede 17 31 .354 87.5 138.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 17 31 .354 69.5 120.5
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 2002–03 season

2003–04 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Dakota Wizards 34 14 .708 114.0 216
Idaho Stampede 34 14 .708 103.5 205.5
Gary Steelheads 27 21 .563 96.0 177
Rockford Lightning 25 23 .521 96.5 171.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 23 25 .479 100.5 169.5
Great Lakes Storm 15 33 .313 83 128
Yakima Sun Kings 10 38 .208 78.5 108.5

2004–05 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Conference
Great Lakes Storm 28 20 .583 105.5 189.5
Rockford Lightning 26 22 .542 100.5 178.5
Michigan Mayhem 18 30 .375 81.5 135.5
Gary Steelheads 17 31 .354 84.5 135.5
Western Conference
Dakota Wizards 32 16 .667 101.5 197.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 31 17 .646 101 194
Idaho Stampede 23 25 .479 99 168
Yakima Sun Kings 17 31 .354 94.5 145.5
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 2004–05 season

2005–06 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
Eastern Conference
Gary Steelheads 29 19 .604 110 197
Rockford Lightning 30 18 .625 102 192
Albany Patroons 20 28 .417 89 149
Michigan Mayhem 8 40 .167 111.5 135.5
Western Conference
Yakima Sun Kings 31 17 .646 102.5 195.5
Sioux Falls Skyforce 30 18 .625 104 194
Idaho Stampede 25 23 .521 101.5 176.5
Dakota Wizards 19 29 .396 88 145

2006–07 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Division
Albany Patroons 30 18 .625 107 197
Minot SkyRockets 31 17 .646 103 195
Indiana Alley Cats 23 25 .479 94 163
Pittsburgh Xplosion 10 38 .208 81 108
National Division
Yakama Sun Kings 35 13 .729 125 230
Great Falls Explorers 24 24 .500 90 162
Butte Daredevils 21 27 .438 87 150
Utah Eagles 6 18 .250 35 53
League map

2007–08 season[edit]

Regular season standings
Team W L PCT QW Points
American Conference
Minot Skyrockets 38 10 124.5 238.5
Pittsburgh Xplosion 29 19 115.5 202.5
East Kentucky Miners 26 22 105.5 178.5
Albany Patroons 21 27 89 152
Atlanta Krunk 10 41 51.5 81.5
National Conference
Yakama Sun Kings 43 5 135 264
Oklahoma Cavalry 30 18 116.5 206.5
Butte Daredevils 17 31 86.5 137.5
Great Falls Explorers 13 32 57.5 96.5
Rio Grande Silverados 13 35 83.5 122.5
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 2007–08 season
Red pog.svg American Conference teams — Blue pog.svg National Conference teams

2008–09 season[edit]

Regular season standings[7]
Team W L PCT PF PA
Lawton-Fort Sill Cavalry 12 2 .857 1311 1164
Albany Patroons 13 7 .650 1581 1489
East Kentucky Miners 7 7 .500 765 865
Minot Skyrockets 6 9 .400 756 895
League map
Locations of CBA teams during the 2008–09 season

CBA franchise timeline[edit]

Italics denote a team that was re-located or re-branded; Bold denotes a team that played in the last full CBA season

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "CBA weekly". oursportscentral.com. OurSports Central. February 16, 2005.
  3. ^ "CBA Weekly". oursportscentral.com. OurSports Central. April 1, 2003. Retrieved May 3, 2018.
  4. ^ Finney Jr., Frank (October 1, 1980). "NBA Begins Testing Dunk-proof Rims". United Press International.
  5. ^ "Untitled". United Press International. New York, New York. July 30, 1981.
  6. ^ "CBA History; 1981-82 Season Highlights". cbahoops.com. CBA Properties. 2000. Archived from the original on August 24, 2000.
  7. ^ "2008-09 Continental Basketball Association Standings". justsportsstats.com. Just Sports Stats. Retrieved April 17, 2018.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad Bradley, Robert; Anderson, Chris; Astolfi, Mark; Bradley, Robert; Foster, Marc; Grasso, John; Smith, John Z. "History of the Continental Basketball Association". apbr.org. Association for Professional Basketball Research. Retrieved 7 February 2017.
  9. ^ "Untitled". United Press International. Great Falls, Montana. August 2, 1983.

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