It looks like Anderson, Rochester (MN) and San Francisco have all had their ABA franchises call it quits. The ABA suspended the LA Push (which is disapointing since they allegedly had a very good team made up of LA streetballers – a idea for a team that could probably draw fairly well) because of an inability to get production and front office stuff in order.
I would expect a half dozen more teams to fold within the month by the sounds of things. Fortunately, it seems like the north east is doing okay. I fully expect Quebec, Vermont, Manchester, and Westchester (owned by Elton Brand’s mom and brother) to play in Halifax. Although I don’t know much about Strong Island, they’re in their third year and the owner seems to know what he’s doing. I am not convinced that Corning will be able to stay afloat long enough to make the trip here, and Montreal I know nothing about. Boston, I still am not sure about. The First State Fusion are another team I know nothing about, but at least they’ve played all their games thus far.