Talk:National Basketball League (United States)
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- Some lines above is being said that the NBL was established in 1937. With that in mind is clear that the "1937-40" span includes three NBL seasons. 1937-38,1938-39,1939-40. The 1936-37 season was a Midwest Basketball Conference season.
- ~~CYLakers~~ — Preceding unsigned comment added by CYLakers (talk • contribs) 10:07, 22 November 2012 (UTC)
Midwest Basketball Conference
Section 1 History begins with a contradiction. Previously independent teams in 1937? or merely a name change for the MBC established 1935?
Robert W. Peterson (writer) covers the maybe-predecessor Midwest Basketball Conference in Cages to Jump Shots: Pro Basketball's Early Years (U Nebraska, 1990, ISBN 0803287720), chapter 9, "Seeds of the NBA", pp. 124–25 (Google Books).