Louisville Alumnites

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Louisville Alumnites were a team in the National Professional Basketball League (1950-1951), based in Louisville, Kentucky.

The Alumnites competed in the Eastern Division of the NPBL. They compiled a record of 18 wins and 17 losses (.514), and finished in second place in the Eastern Division behind the Sheboygan Redskins (at 29-16, .644). The Alumnites were one of only three teams in the NPBL to finish with a winning record, the other two being Sheboygan and the Western Division's Waterloo Hawks (32-24, .571).

The Alumnites actually folded before the season ended, a fate shared by the Grand Rapids Hornets, St. Paul Lights and Kansas City Hi-Spots.

After the demise of the Alumnites, professional basketball did not return to Louisville until the Kentucky Colonels became a charter member of the American Basketball Association in 1967.

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