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Postby tpakrac » Sat Mar 06, 2010 5:36 pm

Hey guys, I am posting a complete list of ABA All-Stars. Here it is:

ABA LEGENDS

LIST OF EVERY ABA ALL-STAR


* The final ABA All-Star Game in 1976 was a contest between the Denver Nuggets, coached by Larry Brown, and a team of ABA All-Stars, coached by Kevin Loughery.


1. DENVER NUGGETS 27
Denver Rockets 1967/68 to 1973/74; Denver Nuggets 1974/75 to 1975/76
19 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
5 Ralph Simpson (1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976)
3 Larry Jones (1968, 1969, 1970)
2 Byron Beck (1969, 1976)
Warren Jabali (1973, 1974)
1 Wayne Hightower (1969)
Spencer Haywood (1970)
Julius Keye (1971)
Arthur Becker (1972)
Mack Calvin (1975)
Mike Green (1975)
Bobby Jones (1976)
David Thompson (1976)
Dan Issel (1976)
Chuck Williams (1976)
Claude Terry (1976)
Gus Gerard (1976)
Monte Towe (1976)
Roger Brown (1976)
James Foster (1976)


2. KENTUCKY COLONELS 25
Kentucky Colonels 1967/68 to 1975/76
9 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
7 Louie Dampier (1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975)
5 Dan Issel (1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975)
Artis Gilmore (1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976)
3 Darel Carrier (1968, 1969, 1970)
1 Randolph Mahaffey (1968)
Goose Ligon (1969)
Gene Moore (1970)
Cincinnatus Powell (1971)
Maurice Lucas (1976)


3. INDIANA PACERS 22
Indiana Pacers 1967/68 to 1975/76
7 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
6 Mel Daniels (1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974)
4 Roger Brown (1968, 1970, 1971, 1972)
Bob Netolicky (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971)
3 Freddie Lewis (1968, 1970, 1972)
George McGinnis (1973, 1974, 1975)
1 Billy Knight (1976)
Don Buse (1976)


4. SAN ANTONIO SPURS 19
Dallas Chaparrals 1967/68 to 1969/70; Texas Chaparrals 1970/71; Dallas Chaparrals 1971/72 to 1972/73; San Antonio Spurs 1973/74 to 1975/76
12 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
3 John Beasley (1968, 1969, 1970)
2 Donnie Freeman (1971, 1972)
Rich Jones (1973, 1974)
Swen Nater (1974, 1975)
George Gervin (1975, 1976)
James Silas (1975, 1976)
1 Cliff Hagan (1968)
Cincinnatus Powell (1970)
Glen Combs (1970)
Steve Jones (1972)
Billy Paultz (1976)
Larry Kenon (1976)


5. UTAH STARS 19
Anaheim Amigos 1967/68; Los Angeles Stars 1968/69 to 1969/70; Utah Stars 1970/71 to 1975/76; franchise folded on December 2, 1975
11 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
3 Zelmo Beaty (1971, 1972, 1973)
Ron Boone (1971, 1974, 1975)
Willie Wise (1972, 1973, 1974)
2 Glen Combs (1971, 1972)
Jimmy Jones (1973, 1974)
1 Ben Warley (1968)
Larry Bunce (1968)
Warren Davis (1969)
Mervin Jackson (1969)
Red Robbins (1971)
Moses Malone (1975)


6. NEW YORK NETS 17
New Jersey Americans 1967/68; New York Nets 1968/69 to 1975/76
9 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
3 Bill Melchionni (1971, 1972, 1973)
Julius Erving (1974, 1975, 1976)
2 Rick Barry (1971, 1972)
Billy Paultz (1973, 1975)
Larry Kenon (1974, 1975)
Brian Taylor (1975, 1976)
1 Tony Jackson (1968)
Walter Simon (1969)
Levern Tart (1970)


7. SPIRITS OF ST. LOUIS 17
Houston Mavericks 1967/68 to 1968/69; Carolina Cougars 1969/70 to 1973/74; Spirits of St. Louis 1974/75 to 1975/76
14 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
2 Joe Caldwell (1971, 1973)
Mack Calvin (1973, 1974)
Marvin Barnes (1975, 1976)
1 Arthur Becker (1968)
Dewitt Menyard (1968)
Willie Somerset (1969)
Doug Moe (1970)
Bob Verga (1970)
Wendell Ladner (1972)
Jim McDaniels (1972)
Billy Cunningham (1973)
Ted McClain (1974)
Freddie Lewis (1975)
Ron Boone (1976)


8. MEMPHIS SOUNDS 17
New Orleans Buccaneers 1967/68 to 1969/70; Memphis Pros 1970/71 to 1971/72; Memphis Tams 1972/73 to 1973/74; Memphis Sounds 1974/75; in the summer of 1975 franchise sold and moved to Baltimore, but eventually folded on October 20, 1975
11 All-Stars in 8 years of the club's existence
4 Jimmy Jones (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971)
2 Red Robbins (1968, 1969)
Steve Jones (1970, 1971)
George Thompson (1973, 1974)
1 Doug Moe (1968)
Larry Brown (1968)
Gerald Govan (1970)
Lee Davis (1970)
Wendell Ladner (1971)
Wil Jones (1972)
Stew Johnson (1975)


9. VIRGINIA SQUIRES 16
Oakland Oaks 1967/68 to 1968/69; Washington Capitols 1969/70; Virginia Squires 1970/71 to 1975/76; on May 11, 1976 franchise folds
12 All-Stars in 9 years of the club's existence
2 Rick Barry (1969, 1970)
Larry Brown (1969, 1970)
Charlie Scott (1971, 1972)
Julius Erving (1972, 1973)
1 Levern Tart (1968)
Doug Moe (1969)
Warren Jabali (1970)
George Carter (1971)
Neil Johnson (1971)
George Gervin (1974)
Jim Eakins (1974)
Dave Twardzik (1975)


10. THE FLORIDIANS 11
Minnesota Muskies 1967/68; Miami Floridians 1968/69 to 1969/70; The Floridians 1970/71 to 1971/72; on June 13, 1972 The Floridians franchise is purchased by the league and disbanded
7 All-Stars in 5 years of the club's existence
3 Donnie Freeman (1968, 1969, 1970)
2 Les Hunter (1968, 1969)
Mack Calvin (1971, 1972)
1 Mel Daniels (1968)
Skip Thoren (1969)
Larry Jones (1971)
Warren Jabali (1972)


11. PITTSBURGH CONDORS 9
Pittsburgh Pipers 1967/68; Minnesota Pipers 1968/69; Pittsburgh Pipers 1969/70; Pittsburgh Condors 1970/71 to 1971/72; on June 13, 1972 Condors franchise is purchased by the league and disbanded
7 All-Stars in 5 years of the club's existence
2 Charles Williams (1969, 1970)
John Brisker (1971, 1972)
1 Connie Hawkins (1968)
Chico Vaughn (1968)
Trooper Washington (1969)
Mike Lewis (1971)
George Thompson (1972)


12. SAN DIEGO CONQUISTADORS 4
San Diego Conquistadors 1972/73 to 1974/75; San Diego Sails 1975; on November 12, 1975 team folds after 11 games with 3-8 record
3 All-Stars in 3 1/2 years of the club's existence
2 Stew Johnson (1973, 1974)
1 Chuck Williams (1973)
Caldwell Jones (1975)
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Postby tpakrac » Sat Mar 06, 2010 5:38 pm

Same list, but with points for all players:

1. DENVER NUGGETS 27
5 Ralph Simpson (1972 [12], 1973 [6], 1974 [12], 1975 [6], 1976 [19])
3 Larry Jones (1968 [14], 1969 [14], 1970 [30])
2 Byron Beck (1969 [14], 1976 [14])
Warren Jabali (1973 [16], 1974 [6])
1 Wayne Hightower (1969 [6])
Spencer Haywood (1970 [23])
Julius Keye (1971 [0])
Arthur Becker (1972 [0])
Mack Calvin (1975 [17])
Mike Green (1975 [6])
Bobby Jones (1976 [24])
David Thompson (1976 [29])
Dan Issel (1976 [19])
Chuck Williams (1976 [7])
Claude Terry (1976 [14])
Gus Gerard (1976 [12])
Monte Towe (1976 [2])
Roger Brown (1976 [4])
James Foster (1976 [0])


2. KENTUCKY COLONELS 25
7 Louie Dampier (1968 [18], 1969 [14], 1970 [17], 1972 [2], 1973 [10], 1974 [16], 1975 [11])
5 Dan Issel (1971 [21], 1972 [21], 1973 [14], 1974 [21], 1975 [7])
Artis Gilmore (1972 [14], 1973 [10], 1974 [18], 1975 [11], 1976 [14])
3 Darel Carrier (1968 [8], 1969 [19], 1970 [2])
1 Randolph Mahaffey (1968 [4])
Goose Ligon (1969 [3])
Gene Moore (1970 [4])
Cincinnatus Powell (1971 [11])
Maurice Lucas (1976 [5])


3. INDIANA PACERS 22
6 Mel Daniels (1969 [17], 1970 [13], 1971 [29], 1972 [21], 1973 [25], 1974 [5])
4 Roger Brown (1968 [12], 1970 [15], 1971 [12], 1972 [4])
Bob Netolicky (1968 [12], 1969 [13], 1970 [15], 1971 [6])
3 Freddie Lewis (1968 [6], 1970 [1], 1972 [18])
George McGinnis (1973 [23], 1974 [14], 1974 [18])
1 Billy Knight (1976 [20])
Don Buse (1976 [5])


4. SAN ANTONIO SPURS 19
3 John Beasley (1968 [9], 1969 [19], 1970 [11])
2 Donnie Freeman (1971 [17], 1972 [13])
Rich Jones (1973 [0], 1974 [4])
Swen Nater (1974 [29], 1975 [12])
George Gervin (1975 [23], 1976 [8])
James Silas (1975 [21], 1976 [20])
1 Cliff Hagan (1968 [10])
Cincinnatus Powell (1970 [12])
Glen Combs (1970 [10])
Steve Jones (1972 [9])
Billy Paultz (1976 [10])
Larry Kenon (1976 [10])


5. UTAH STARS 19
3 Zelmo Beaty (1971 [12], 1972 [15], 1973 [6])
Ron Boone (1971 [6], 1974 [15], 1975 [10])
Willie Wise (1972 [15], 1973 [26], 1974 [8])
2 Glen Combs (1971 [2], 1972 [2])
Jimmy Jones (1973 [14], 1974 [11])
1 Ben Warley (1968 [8])
Larry Bunce (1968 [3])
Warren Davis (1969 [6])
Mervin Jackson (1969 [3])
Red Robbins (1971 [4])
Moses Malone (1975 [6])


6. NEW YORK NETS 17
3 Bill Melchionni (1971 [12], 1972 [5], 1973 [4])
Julius Erving (1974 [14], 1975 [21], 1976 [23])
2 Rick Barry (1971 [14], 1972 [4])
Billy Paultz (1973 [3], 1975 [4])
Larry Kenon (1974 [18], 1975 [12])
Brian Taylor (1975 [21], 1976 [6])
1 Tony Jackson (1968 [4])
Walter Simon (1969 [18])
Levern Tart (1970 [3])


7. SPIRITS OF ST. LOUIS 17
2 Joe Caldwell (1971 [21], 1973 [7])
Mack Calvin (1973 [13], 1974 [8])
Marvin Barnes (1975 [16], 1976 [7])
1 Arthur Becker (1968 [11])
Dewitt Menyard (1968 [4])
Willie Somerset (1969 [6])
Doug Moe (1970 [2])
Bob Verga (1970 [14])
Wendell Ladner (1972 [4])
Jim McDaniels (1972 [24])
Billy Cunningham (1973 [18])
Ted McClain (1974 [12])
Freddie Lewis (1975 [26])
Ron Boone (1976 [10])


8. MEMPHIS SOUNDS 17
4 Jimmy Jones (1968 [10], 1969 [14], 1970 [0], 1971 [13])
2 Red Robbins (1968 [4], 1969 [19])
Steve Jones (1970 [14], 1971 [9])
George Thompson (1973 [10], 1974 [10])
1 Doug Moe (1968 [17])
Larry Brown (1968 [17])
Gerald Govan (1970 [2])
Lee Davis (1970 [3])
Wendell Ladner (1971 [12])
Wil Jones (1972 [2])
Stew Johnson (1975 [8])


9. VIRGINIA SQUIRES 16
2 Rick Barry (1969 [10], 1970 [16])
Larry Brown (1969 [5], 1970 [3])
Charlie Scott (1971 [7], 1972 [20])
Julius Erving (1972 [20], 1973 [22])
1 Levern Tart (1968 [13])
Doug Moe (1969 [17])
Warren Jabali (1970 [4])
George Carter (1971 [4])
Neil Johnson (1971 [0])
George Gervin (1974 [9])
Jim Eakins (1974 [2])
Dave Twardzik (1975 [14])


10. THE FLORIDIANS 11
3 Donnie Freeman (1968 [20], 1969 [21], 1970 [10])
2 Les Hunter (1968 [7], 1969 [12])
Mack Calvin (1971 [8], 1972 [10])
1 Mel Daniels (1968 [22])
Skip Thoren (1969 [2])
Larry Jones (1971 [6])
Warren Jabali (1972 [4])


11. PITTSBURGH CONDORS 9
2 Charles Williams (1969 [2], 1970 [2])
John Brisker (1971 [15], 1972 [8])
1 Connie Hawkins (1968 [7])
Chico Vaughn (1968 [6])
Trooper Washington (1969 [6])
Mike Lewis (1971 [7])
George Thompson (1972 [10])


12. SAN DIEGO CONQUISTADORS 4
2 Stew Johnson (1973 [2], 1974 [8])
1 Chuck Williams (1973 [5])
Caldwell Jones (1975 [5])
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Postby tpakrac » Sat Mar 06, 2010 5:39 pm

MOST ABA ALL-STAR APPEARANCES
LISTED ALPHABETICALLY
92 All-Stars
7 Louie Dampier
Mel Daniels
6 Dan Issel
Jimmy Jones
5 Mack Calvin
Julius Erving
Donnie Freeman
Artis Gilmore
Ralph Simpson
4 Rick Barry
Ron Boone
Roger Brown
Warren Jabali
Larry Jones
Freddie Lewis
Bob Netolicky
3 John Beasley
Zelmo Beaty
Larry Brown
Darel Carrier
Glen Combs
George Gervin
Stew Johnson
Steve Jones
Larry Kenon
George McGinnis
Bill Melchionni
Doug Moe
Billy Paultz
Red Robbins
George Thompson
Willie Wise
2 Marvin Barnes
Byron Beck
Arthur Becker
John Brisker
Joe Caldwell
Les Hunter
Rich Jones
Wendell Ladner
Swen Nater
Cincinnatus Powell
Charlie Scott
James Silas
Levern Tart
Brian Taylor
Charles Williams
Chuck Williams
1 Roger Brown
Larry Bunce
Don Buse
George Carter
Billy Cunningham
Lee Davis
Warren Davis
Jim Eakins
James Foster
Gus Gerard
Gerald Govan
Mike Green
Cliff Hagan
Connie Hawkins
Spencer Haywood
Wayne Hightower
Mervin Jackson
Tony Jackson
Neil Johnson
Bobby Jones
Caldwell Jones
Wil Jones
Julius Keye
Billy Knight
Mike Lewis
Goose Ligon
Maurice Lucas
Randolph Mahaffey
Moses Malone
Ted McClain
Jim McDaniels
Dewitt Menyard
Gene Moore
Walter Simon
Willie Somerset
Claude Terry
David Thompson
Skip Thoren
Monte Towe
Dave Twardzik
Chico Vaughn
Bob Verga
Ben Warley
Trooper Washington
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Postby tpakrac » Sat Mar 06, 2010 5:41 pm

Only 20 players played in the ABA and NBA All-Star Game. Here are the names:

16 Julius Erving (11 NBA, 5 ABA)
13 Moses Malone (12 NBA, 1 ABA) DNP 1 NBA ASG
12 Rick Barry (8 NBA, 4 ABA) DNP 1 NBA ASG
12 George Gervin (9 NBA, 3 ABA)
11 Artis Gilmore (6 NBA, 5 ABA)
7 Dan Issel (1 NBA, 6 ABA)
6 Cliff Hagan (5 NBA, 1 ABA) DNP 1 NBA ASG
6 George McGinnis (3 NBA, 3 ABA)
5 Zelmo Beaty (2 NBA, 3 ABA)
5 Billy Cunningham (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
5 Connie Hawkins (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
5 Spencer Haywood (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
5 Bobby Jones (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
5 Larry Kenon (2 NBA, 3 ABA)
5 Maurice Lucas (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
5 Charlie Scott (3 NBA, 2 ABA)
5 David Thompson (4 NBA, 1 ABA)
4 Joe Caldwell (2 NBA, 2 ABA)
2 Billy Knight (1 NBA, 1 ABA)
2 Don Buse (1 NBA, 1 ABA)
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Postby Mike Goodman » Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:58 pm

Pretty cool.
The Pacers were the only franchise with fewer AllStars than years of existence.
You've got Roger Brown with 4 appearances in the first 2 lists; then he's listed among the 5-timers.
4 seems to be right.

What's to be done about the 5-6 "AllStar" Nuggets who were bit players in 1976?
One was named Roger Brown; he's not the Rajah, though.
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Postby tpakrac » Sat Mar 06, 2010 10:52 pm

Thanks Mike. I edited the list. We can't do anything about bit players in 1976. They have to be on the list.
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