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Getting McGinnis into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Mark Montieth & NBA.com Four former Pacers remain on the list of players eligible for direct selection from the ABA to the Hall of Fame, bypassing the standard nominating process. One in particular stands out. George McGinnis was as good as any player in the game during his peak period in the mid-Seventies, ABA or […]

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ABA Pacer Gets His Wish

Indy Star Charlie Jordan woke up Friday morning plagued by dementia, riddled with arthritis, and, because of his sever diabetes, not allowed to eat his favorite breakfast, one filled with sweets. On this day, none of that mattered to Jordan. Today, he would get a new suit… Read more here.  

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Bringing the funk: How the ABA changed the NBA forever

Fan Duel – AOL Forty years ago this coming October, the American Basketball Association kicked off what would prove to be its final season, before merging with the NBA in 1977. But is “merging” really the proper way to describe the melding of the two preeminent hoops entities of the day? Well, that depends on […]