Pittsburgh Phantoms (ABA)
|League||GPBL (planning stages)
|Team history||Pittsburgh Phantoms (2009-2010)|
|Based in||Elizabeth, Pennsylvania|
|Arena||Carnegie Library of Homestead, Langley High School|
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|Owner(s)||Pittsburgh Professional Basketball Group (Bill Miller, Ted Miller, Lisa Matthews)|
|Head coach||John Ashalou |
The Pittsburgh Phantoms were an American professional basketball team whose office is based in the Pittsburgh suburb of Elizabeth, Pennsylvania. The Phantoms were a member of the current American Basketball Association, and began play in December, 2009. The Phantoms played their home games in Munhall, Pennsylvania at the Carnegie Library of Homestead - Athletic Club as well as the Langley High School (Pittsburgh) Gymnasium. Although the Phantoms intended to play games in the ABA during the 2010-11 season, no games were held.
|2009-10||6||2||0.750||4th, ABA North Central Division|
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