1969-70 ABA season
|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.