Dallas Chaparrals articles on Wikipedia
Dallas Chaparrals
The-Dallas-ChaparralsThe Dallas Chaparrals were a charter member of the American Basketball Association (ABA). The team moved to San Antonio, Texas for the 1973–74 season
Mar 19th 2017



1969–70 Dallas Chaparrals season
The 1969–70 Chaparrals Dallas Chaparrals season was the third season of the Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association. Hagan (who had been player-coach since
Nov 26th 2016



1968–69 Dallas Chaparrals season
The 1968–69 Chaparrals Dallas Chaparrals season was the second season of the Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association. Once again, the Chaps lost to the
Jul 11th 2016



1971–72 Dallas Chaparrals season
The 1971–72 Chaparrals Dallas Chaparrals season was the fifth season of the Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association. For the third straight season, the
Feb 8th 2017



1967–68 Dallas Chaparrals season
The 1967–68 Chaparrals Dallas Chaparrals season was the first season of the Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association. The Chaps fell to the New Orleans
Jul 10th 2016



1972–73 Dallas Chaparrals season
The 1972–73 Chaparrals Dallas Chaparrals season was the sixth and final season of the Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association. The Chaps failed to make
Aug 3rd 2016



1970–71 Texas Chaparrals season
2016-07-02.  Chaparrals on RememberTheABA Basketball Reference RememberTheABA.com 1970-71 regular season and playoff results RememberTheABA.com Dallas Chaparrals page
Jan 14th 2017



List of San Antonio Spurs seasons
Basketball Association (NBA). They were founded in Dallas, Texas as the Dallas Chaparrals, one of the eleven charter franchises of the American Basketball Association
Apr 27th 2017



Fair Park Coliseum (Dallas)
grounds. It was home to the Dallas Black Hawks ice hockey team and Dallas Chaparrals basketball team. It was built in 1955. It was also home to the new
Oct 9th 2016



Lubbock Christian Chaparrals and Lady Chaps
Lubbock-Christian-Chaparrals">The Lubbock Christian Chaparrals and Lady Chaps (also LCU Chaparrals) are the athletic teams that represent Lubbock-Christian-UniversityLubbock Christian University, located in Lubbock
Jan 31st 2017



Dallas Defenders
Alfred J. Loos Fieldhouse, which was also the part-time home to the Dallas Chaparrals of the original American Basketball Association. The facility is listed
May 29th 2016



Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Kay Bailey Hutchison in 2013. The venue was one home of the Dallas Chaparrals/Texas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association, who played
Jan 19th 2017



List of San Antonio Spurs head coaches
National Basketball Association (NBA). The franchise was founded as the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association (ABA) in 1967. The team suffered
Apr 13th 2017



James Silas
Tallulah, Louisiana, Silas played the majority of his career with the Dallas Chaparrals/San Antonio Spurs of the ABA/NBA. His nicknames include "The Snake"
Mar 30th 2017



1968 ABA Playoffs
seasons after that as The Floridians before folding in 1972. The Dallas Chaparrals eventually became the San Antonio Spurs, continuing to this day in
Jun 24th 2016



1968–69 ABA season
MVP: Warren Jabali, Oakland Oaks All-Star Game MVP: John Beasley, Dallas Chaparrals All-ABA First Team Connie Hawkins, Minnesota Pipers (2nd selection)
Sep 22nd 2016



Chaparral (disambiguation)
California Chaparral Middle School (Moorpark), in Moorpark, California Dallas Chaparrals, an American Basketball Association basketball team that became the
Sep 10th 2016



Cincy Powell
soon blossom while playing for the American Basketball Association's Dallas Chaparrals. Powell averaged 18.3 points and nine rebounds in his first season
Jan 16th 2017



1971–72 ABA season
Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Colonels Coach of the Year: Tom Nissalke, Dallas Chaparrals Playoffs MVP: Freddie Lewis, Indiana Pacers All-Star Game MVP: Dan
Aug 16th 2016



Sheraton Dallas Hotel
The Sheraton Dallas Hotel, formerly the Adam's Mark Hotel and originally the Southland Center, is a complex of International Style skyscrapers located
Mar 18th 2017



Charlie Beasley
round (74th pick overall) of the 1967 NBA draft. He played for the Dallas Chaparrals (1967–70), Texas Chaparrals and The Floridians (1970–71) in the ABA
Feb 5th 2017



Glen Combs
Association after being drafted by the Dallas-ChaparralsDallas Chaparrals in the 1968 ABA Draft. Combs was a member of the Dallas/Texas Chaparrals, the Utah Stars, the Memphis Tams
Sep 27th 2016



Joe Hamilton (basketball)
1971 ABA-AllABA All-Rookie team. The next two seasons saw Hamilton with the Dallas Chaparrals, and he played during the 1973-74 ABA season with the San Antonio
Nov 6th 2016



Bob Bedell
of the 1966 NBA Draft. He played for the Anaheim Amigos (1967–68), Dallas Chaparrals and Texas Chaparrals (1968–71) in the American Basketball Association
Oct 9th 2016



Willie Scott (basketball)
player. He played in the American Basketball Association for the Dallas Chaparrals during the beginning of the 1969–70 season. Scott scored 13 points
Jan 5th 2016



Dallas Mavericks
president of the last professional basketball team in the city, the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association – which moved to San Antonio
Apr 26th 2017



Denny Holman
Basketball Association (ABA) player. In his one season in the ABA with the Dallas Chaparrals, Denny averaged 3.8 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game
Oct 27th 2016



Ansley Truitt
August 24, 1950) is a former professional basketball player for the Dallas Chaparrals in the American Basketball Association (ABA). He played one season
Apr 13th 2016



Ron Boone
After college, at Idaho State University, Boone was selected by the Dallas Chaparrals in the 1968 ABA draft and by the Phoenix Suns in the 1968 NBA draft
Apr 24th 2017



Rich Jones (basketball)
(1970–1976) in the American Basketball Association as a member of the Dallas/Texas Chaparrals, the San Antonio Spurs, and the New York Nets. He won an ABA Championship
Mar 11th 2017



Moody Coliseum
Methodist University Mustangs basketball team. It was also home to the Dallas Chaparrals and Texas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association before
Apr 24th 2017



Walter Szczerbiak
65th overall) of the 1971 NBA Draft. He was also drafted by the Dallas Chaparrals, of the American Basketball Association (ABA), in the 1971 ABA Draft
Jan 13th 2017



Fort Worth Convention Center
remembertheaba.com/TeamMaterial/DallasMaterial/ChaparralsSpursYearly.html http://www.remembertheaba.com/TeamMaterial/DallasMaterial/ChaparralsSpursYearly.html
Apr 16th 2017



Tom Hagan
Hagan played college basketball at Vanderbilt and played for the Dallas Chaparrals and Kentucky Colonels of the ABA. He appeared in 73 total ABA games
Feb 14th 2017



Riney Lochmann
(1967–1970) in the American Basketball Association as a member of the Dallas Chaparrals. He averaged 4.3 points per game in his career. Riney Lochmann
Jul 19th 2016



Spider Bennett
collegiately for the Winston-Salem State University. He played for the Dallas Chaparrals and Houston Mavericks (1968–69) in the ABA for 59 games. Spider
Aug 17th 2016



Rubin Russell
played in the American Basketball Association. Rubin played for the Dallas Chaparrals and Kentucky Colonels during the 1967–68 ABA season and scored 141
Jul 19th 2016



City Bank Coliseum
for the then-named Texas Chaparrals, a one-year experiment by the Dallas Chaparrals to expand their appeal to a statewide audience. The Chaparrals eventually
Mar 9th 2017



Dave Brown (basketball)
Brown (born c. 1933) was a basketball coach who briefly coached the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association in 1973. He was born in Green
Nov 27th 2016



Elton McGriff
player. He played in the American Basketball Association for the Dallas Chaparrals, New Orleans Buccaneers, and Kentucky Colonels spanning the 1967–68
Apr 13th 2017



Bob Christian (basketball)
round (109th pick overall) of the 1969 NBA draft. He played for the Dallas Chaparrals and New York Nets (1969–70) in the ABA for 2 games and for the Hawks
Sep 22nd 2016



George E. Johnson (basketball)
Association from 1970 to 1974. He was a member of the Baltimore Bullets, Dallas Chaparrals and Houston Rockets. In his NBA/ABA career, Johnson averaged 3.7 points
Sep 8th 2016



Dallas Baptist University
Dallas-Baptist-UniversityDallas Baptist University (DBU), formerly known as Dallas-Baptist-CollegeDallas Baptist College, is a Christian liberal arts university located in Dallas, Texas. The main campus
Mar 13th 2017



Manny Leaks
four seasons as a member of the Kentucky Colonels, New York Nets, Dallas Chaparrals, Texas Chaparrals, Utah Stars, and Floridians. He averaged 13.5 points
Oct 9th 2016



ABA All-Time Team
players; San Antonio Spurs (having also competed as the Texas and Dallas Chaparrals), six players; Denver-NuggetsDenver Nuggets (having also competed as the Denver
Apr 1st 2017



John Smith (basketball)
selected in the 1968 American Basketball Association (ABA) draft by the Dallas Chaparrals. His professional career lasted for two seasons, including three teams
Nov 25th 2016



Carroll Hooser
season in the American Basketball Association as a member of the Dallas Chaparrals during the 1967–68 season. He was drafted by the Detroit Pistons during
Oct 9th 2016



Rich Peek
1967, Peek played in the American Basketball Association for the Dallas Chaparrals. In 51 career games, he averaged 4.6 points and 3.9 rebounds per game
Oct 9th 2016



1971–72 Utah Stars season
and 4th in points allowed at 112.0 per game. The Stars swept the Dallas Chaparrals in the Semifinals but lost to the Indiana Pacers in seven games, denying
Feb 5th 2017



Mike Dabich
American Basketball Association (ABA) with the Oakland Oaks and the Dallas Chaparrals during the 1967–68 season. He was drafted from New Mexico State University
Oct 30th 2016





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