The Rochester Skeeters was a professional basketball club based in Rochester, Minnesota that competed in the International Basketball Association beginning in the 1998-99 season. The team's head coach and general manager was basketball veteran Bill Klucas. The team's assistant general manager was Chris Lindauer.
During the first season—the team’s best, average and record-wise—they played to nearly 1,500 fans per night, finishing second in the league in average attendance. After a .500 record of 17-17, the Skeeters just missed the IBA Division playoffs.
The second season in 1999-2000 did not play out as well. Klucas and Lindauer both left the organization. New coach Greg Lockridge used 30 different players in the season. The Skeeters posted a league-worst 8-28 record (after a 4-21 start) and were the only team to not make the IBA playoffs. Attendance dropped to just over 800 a game.
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