|Leagues||Continental Basketball Association|
Tulsa Fast Breakers
Tulsa Zone 1991-1992
Mexico City Aztecas
San Diego Wildcards
(Disbanded during season - January 5, 1996)
|Arena||Savannah Civic Center|
|Vice-president(s)||General Manager, Robb Larson|
|Head coach||Charley Rosen|
The Savannah Spirits were a professional basketball team that played for two years in the Continental Basketball Association from 1986 to 1988, amassing a total regular season record of 42 wins and 60 losses for a total of 306.5 points. The team originally began play in the 1982-1983 season as the Detroit Spirits. The Spirits did not qualify for the postseason in their first year in Savannah, Georgia. In their second and final year in Savannah, they were eliminated by the Albany Patroons in the first round, four games to one.
After relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma and changing their name to the Tulsa Fast Breakers, the team won the 1988–89 CBA Championship under Head Coach Henry Bibby. The franchise would have a name change to the Tulsa Zone before they eventually moved again to Fargo, North Dakota. Another move would send the team to Mexico City where they became the Mexico City Aztecas and the on to San Diego. The team would fold during the 1995-1996 season while playing as the San Diego Wildcards.
Future late-night talk show host Craig Kilborn served as the team's radio play-by-play announcer. It was the first broadcasting job of his career.
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