Albany Patroons
(1982/83-1992, 2005/06-present)

Albuquerque Silvers
(1980/81-84/85, as Alberta Dusters in 1980/81-81/82; as Las Vegas Silvers in 1982/83; moved to Albuquerque during 1982/83 season)

Allentown Rockets 
(1946/47)

Anchorage Northern Knights 
(1977/78-81/82)

Asbury Park Boardwalkers 
(1966/67-67/68)

Atlantic City Hi-Rollers 
(1977/78-81/82, as Washington Metros in 1977/78; as Baltimore Metros in 1978/79; moved to Utica during 1978/79 season; as Mohawk Valley Thunderbirds in 1978/79; as Utica Olympics in 1979/80)

Bakersfield Jammers 
(1989/90-91/92, as San Jose Jammers in 1989/90-90/91; folded during 1991/92 season)

Berwick Carbuilders 
(1949/50-50/51; 1952/53-53/54)

Billings Volcanoes 
(1979/80-82/83, as Hawaii Volcanoes in 1979/80)

Brooklyn Dodgers 
(1977/78)

Butte Daredevils 
(2006/07-present)

Camden Bullets 
(1958/59-65/66, as Baltimore Bullets in 1958/59-60/61)

Camden Bullets 
(1970/71)

Charleston Gunners 
(1974/75-1986/87)

Cherry Hill Rookies 
(1973/74-74/75)

Connecticut Gold Coast Stars 
(1975/76)

Connecticut Pride 
(1982/83-94/95, 1994/95-00/01, as Albany Patroons in 1982/83-91/92; as Capital Region Pontiacs 1992/93; as Hartford Hellcats in 1993/94-94/95; disbanded during 1994/95 season) 

Dakota Wizards (2001/02-2005/06) 
(from IBA in 2000/01; to NBA Development League in 2006/07) 

Delaware Blue Bombers 
(1963/64-70/71, as Wilmington Blue Bombers in 1963/64-69/70) 

East Orange Colonials 
(1972/73-73/74, as Garden State Colonials in 1972/73)

Easton Madisons 
(1956/57-60/61)

Evansville Thunder 
(1984/85-85/86) 

Fargo-Moorhead Beez 
(2001/02)

Florida Beachdogs 
(1984/85-96/97, as Tampa Bay Thrillers in 1984/85-85/86; moved to Rapid City before playoffs during 1985/86 season; as Rapid City Thrillers in 1985/86-94/95)

Fort Wayne Fury 
(1991/92-00/01)

Gary Steelheads 
(2000/01; 2000/01-2005/06) 

Grand Rapids Hoops 
(1989/90-00/01, 2001/02-02/03, as Grand Rapids Mackers in 1994/95-95/96)

Great Falls Explorers 
(2006/07-present) 

Great Lakes Storm 
(2001/02-04/05, as Flint Fuze in 2001/02) 

Hamden Bics 
(1965/66-66/67; 1968/69-70/71, as New Haven Elms in 1965/66-66/67 & 1968/69) 

Hamilton Pat Pavers 
(1970/71-73/74, as Trenton Pat Pavers in 1970/71-71/72); as Binghamton Flyers (1967/68-69/70), as Bridgeport Flyers in 1967-68) 

Harrisburg Capitols 
(1952/53) 

Harrisburg Senators 
(1947/48-50/51) 

Harrisburg Patriots 
(1965/66-66/67) 

Harrisburg Hammerheads 
(1978/79-94/95, as Maine Lumberjacks in 1978/79-82/83; as Bay State Bombardiers in 1983/84-85/86; as Pensacola Tornadoes in 1986/87-90/91; as Birmingham Bandits in 1991/92; as Rochester Renegades in 1992/93-93/94; folded during 1994/95 season) 

Hartford Capitols 
(1966/67-73/74) 

Hartford Downtowners 
(1976/77) 

Hawaii Volcanoes 
(1991/92)

Hazleton Mountaineers 
(1946/47-47/48) 

Hazleton Mountaineers 
(1951/52) 

Hazleton Hawks 
(1953/54-61/62) 

Hazleton Bits 
(1971/72) 

Indiana Alley Cats 
(2006/07-present) 

Idaho Stampede 
(1997/98-00/01; 2002/03-2005/06) (to NBA Development League in 2006/07) 

Jersey Shore Bullets 
(1972/73-78/79, as Hamburg Bullets in 1972/73; moved to Hazleton during 1972/73 season; as Hazleton Bullets in 1972/73-76/77; moved to Asbury Park during 1976/77 season; as Shore Bullets in 1976/77) 

Johnstown C-J's 
(1965/66) 

La Crosse Bobcats 
(1983/84-00/01, as Toronto Tornadoes in 1983/84-85/86; moved to Pensacola during 1985/86 season; as Pensacola Tornadoes in 1985/86; as Jacksonville Jets in 1986/87; moved to Biloxi during 1986/87 season; as Mississippi Jets in 1986/87-87/88; as Wichita Falls Texans in 1988/89-93/94; as Chicago Rockers in 1994/95-95/96) 

Lancaster Red Roses 
(1946/47-54/55, as Lancaster Rockets in 1949/50-52/53) 

Lebanon Seltzers 
(1952/53-53/54) 

Lehigh Valley Jets 
(1957/58-80/81, as Wilmington Jets in 1957/58; as Allentown Jets in 1958/59-78/79) 

Long Island Sounds 
(1975/76) 

Long Island Ducks 
(1977/78)

Maine Windjammers 
(1983/84-85/86, as Puerto Rico Coquis in 1983/84-84/85)

Miami Majesty 
(2007/08)

Michigan Mayhem 
(2004/05-05/06)

Minot SkyRockets 
(2006/07-present) 

Montana Golden Nuggets 
(1980/81-82/83) 

New York-Harlem Yankees 
(1955/56, replaced Trenton Capitols during season) 

Oklahoma City Cavalry 
(1990/91-96/97) 

Omaha Racers 
(1982/83-96/97, as Wisconsin Flyers in 1982/83-86/87; as Rochester Flyers in 1987/88-88/89)

Philadelphia Lumberjacks 
(1947/48)

Pittsburgh Xplosion 
(2006-07-present) 

Pittsburgh Piranhas 
(1983/84-94/95, as Louisville Catbirds in 1983/84-84/85; as La Crosse Catbirds in 1985/86-93/94) 

Pottsville Packers 
(1946/47-51/52, as Binghamton Triplets in 1946/47; moved to Pottsville during 1946/47 season; as Pottsville Pros in 1946/47) 

Providence Shooting Stars 
(1977/78) 

Puerto Rico Coquis 
(1983/84-1985/86)

Quad City Thunder 
(1987/88-00/01)

Quincy Chiefs 
(1977/78)

Reading Merchants 
(1946/47-51/52, as Reading Keys in 1946/47-48/49; as Reading Rangers in 1949/50-50/51) 

Reading Keys 
(1957/58) 

Reno Bighorns 
(1982/83)

Rochester Zeniths 
(1978/79-82/83) 

Rockford Lightning 
(1975/76-00/01, 2001/02-2005-06, as Lancaster Red Roses in 1975/76-79/80, as Philadelphia Kings in 1980/81, as Lancaster Lightning in 1981/82-84/85, as Baltimore Lightning in 1985/86)

San Diego Wildcards 
(1982/83-95/96, as Detroit Spirits in 1982/83-85/86; as Savannah Spirits in 1986/87-87/88; as Tulsa Fast Breakers in 1988/89-90/91; as Tulsa Zone in 1991/92; as Fargo-Moorhead Fever in 1992/93-93/94; as Mexico City Aztecas during 1994/95; folded during 1995/96 season) 

Santa Barbara Islanders 
(1989/90)

Saskatchewan Hawks 
(2001/02) (from IBA) 

Scranton Apollos 
(1954/55-76/77, as Scranton Miners in 1954/55-69/70)

Scranton Aces 
(1975/76-80/81, as Wilkes-Barre Barons in 1975/76; moved to Brooklyn during 1975/76 season; as Brooklyn Pros in 1975/76; as Wilkes-Barre Barons in 1976-77-78/79; as Pennsylvania Barons in 1979/80)

Shreveport Storm 
(1983/84-95/96, as Sarasota Stingers in 1983/84-84/85; as Florida Stingers in 1985/86; as Charleston Gunners in 1986/87-88/89; as Columbus Horizon in 1989/90-93/94; as Shreveport Crawdads in 1994/95)

Sioux Falls Skyforce 
(1989/90-00/01; 2001/02-2005/06, as Sioux Falls Sky Force in 1989/90-00/01) (to NBA Development League in 2006/07)

SoCal Legends 
(2007/08-?) 

Springfield Hall of Famers 
(1968/69, disbanded during season) 

Sunbury Mercuries 
(1947/48-70/71)

Syracuse Centennials 
(1976/77, disbanded during season)

Trenton Capitols 
(1955/56, replaced by New York-Harlem Yankees during season) 

Trenton Colonials 
(1961/62-68/69) 

Trenton Capitols 
(1975/76)

Tri-City Chinook 
(1982/83-86/87, 1988/89-94/95, as Ohio Mixers in 1982/83-83/84; as Cincinnati Slammers in 1984/85-86/87; as Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets in 1988/89-90/91)

Utah Eagles 
(2006/07-present)

Vancouver Dragons 
(2006/07-present)

Wilkes-Barre Aces 
(1952/53) (from Pottsville Packers, folded in mid-season) 

Wilkes-Barre Barons 
(1946/47, 1954/55-73/74) 

Williamsport Billies 
(1947/48-63/64)

Wyoming Wildcatters 
(1982/83-87/88)

Yakima Sun Kings 
(1985/86-00/01, 2002/03-present, as Kansas City Sizzlers in 1985/86; as Topeka Sizzlers in 1986/87-89/90) 

York Victory A.C. 
(1948/49-1949/50), later as York Professionals (1950/51), later as York Cleaners (1951/52), moved in mid-season as Ashland Greens, moved again in mid-season as Hazleton Mountaineers