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Pittsburgh Phantoms (ABA)

Pittsburgh Phantoms
Founded 2009
League GPBL (planning stages)
ABA (2009-10)
Team history Pittsburgh Phantoms (2009-2010)
Based in Elizabeth, Pennsylvania
Arena Carnegie Library of Homestead, Langley High School
Colors

Black, gold, white

              
Owner(s) Pittsburgh Professional Basketball Group (Bill Miller, Ted Miller, Lisa Matthews)
Head coach John Ashalou [1]

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.[2] 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.[3][4] Although the Phantoms intended to play games in the ABA during the 2010-11 season, no games were held.

The Phantoms had originally planned to be a charter member of the Global Professional Basketball League before leaving for the ABA.[5]

Year-by-year

Year W L Win % Finish
2009-10 6 2 0.750 4th, ABA North Central Division

References

  1. ^ "From nobody to somebody: WM's Davis on top of his game". The Daily News. Retrieved July 19, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Pittsburgh GPBL team announces name". Global Professional Basketball League. Retrieved June 20, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Venue". Pittsburgh Phantoms.com. Retrieved 2010-02-04. 
  4. ^ "Court Time to be home for Phantoms basketball". Retrieved June 20, 2009. 
  5. ^ http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleyindependent/s_638119.html

External links

  • Pittsburgh Phantoms


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