1969-70 ABA season

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1969-70 American Basketball Association season
Preseason n/a
Regular Season October 17, 1969-April 15, 1970
Postseason April 17-May 25, 1970
1968-69 • other seasons • 1970-71

The 1969-70 ABA season was the third season for the American Basketball Association. Prior to the start of the season, the Minnesota Pipers moved back to Pittsburgh, the Oakland Oaks moved to Washington, D.C. and became the Washington Caps. Additionally, the Houston Mavericks moved to North Carolina and became the Carolina Cougars. For the regular-season, the schedule was increased from 78 to 84 games per team. The season ended with the Indiana Pacers capturing their first ABA Championship.

Publications

Programs
Team(s) Type Venue
Carolina Cougars Regular Season Dorton Arena
Dallas Chaparrals Regular Season Moody Coliseum
Denver Rockets vs. Indiana Pacers Regular Season Denver Auditorium Arena
Indiana Pacers Regular Season Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Indiana Pacers vs. Carolina Cougars Postseason Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Kentucky Colonels Regular Season Louisville Convention Center
Los Angeles Stars Regular Season Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
Miami Floridians Regular Season Miami Beach Convention Hall
New Orleans Buccaneers Regular Season (1 • 2) Tulane Gym
New York Nets Regular Season Island Garden
New York Nets vs. Kentucky Colonels Postseason Island Garden
Pittsburgh Pipers Regular Season (1 • 2) Civic Arena
Washington Caps Regular Season (1 • 2) Uline Arena
Washington Caps vs. Denver Rockets Postseason Uline Arena
Eastern Division vs. Western Division ABA All-Star Game Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Carolina Cougars • Denver Rockets • Dallas Chaparrals • Indiana Pacers • Kentucky Colonels • Los Angeles Stars • New Orleans Buccaneers • New York Nets • Washington Caps
Yearbooks Carolina Cougars
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Seasons 1967-68 • 1968-69 • 1969-70 • 1970-71 • 1971-72 • 1972-73 • 1973-74 • 1974-75 • 1975-76
Venues Civic Arena • Dallas Memorial Auditorium • Denver Auditorium Arena • Freedom Hall • Golden Hall • Island Garden • Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum • Long Island Arena • Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena • McNichols Sports Arena • Mid-South Coliseum • Salt Palace • St. Louis Arena
Related Gary Davidson • ABA All-Star Games • Cage Stars


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