Kansas City Soul

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Kansas City Soul
Founded 2010
League ABA
Based in Kansas City, Kansas
Arena Truman Memorial Building
Colors red and white
Owner Bryant Tucker Sr.
Championships none
Division titles none
Cheerleaders Diamond Dolls

The Kansas City Soul is an American basketball team who plays in the American Basketball Association professional league. Based in suburban Kansas City the team began play in the 2011-12 ABA season. The Soul play their home games at Grandview Christian School in Grandview, Missouri.[1]


Established in 2010 as the Missouri Rhythm, the team made it to the ABA Playoffs its first season, losing to the Conway Cyclones 146-114 in the first round.[2]

The Rhythm played host to the ABA All-Star Game on 19 April 2014.[3]

The team announced in May 2016 it was rebranding as the Kansas City Soul.

Season-by-season record[edit]

Season W L Division finish Playoffs W-L Result
2011-12 3 4 5th (of five) 0-1 Lost in 1st Round
2012-13 4 3 3rd (of four) 0-0 DNQ
2013-14 5 3 4th (of six) 0-0 DNQ


  1. ^ "ABA Professional Basketball - Missouri Rhythm". Kansas City Star. 2013. 
  2. ^ "Meet the Missouri Rhythm". Mass Appeal News. 14 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "Missouri Rhythm brings ABA All-Star Game to Kansas City". SHUKC. 29 October 2013. 

External links[edit]

Current ABA teams: http://basketball.usbasket.com/team/USA/Los_Angeles_Slam/13544