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Cleveland Allmen Transfers

Founded:  1944
Folded:   1946
Location: Cleveland, OH
Arena:    Cleveland Auditorium 
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The Cleveland Allmen Transfers played for two seasons (1944-1946). During the teamís first season, the squad finished second in the the National Basketball Leagueís Eastern Division. The team won thirteen and lost seventeen games. The team still made the playoffs, but the Transfers lost in the first round. During the 1945-1946 season, the Cleveland Allmen Transfers finished last in the Eastern Division, amassing four wins and twenty-nine losses. Due to the teamís dismal performance, the Cleveland Allmen Transfers disbanded at the end of the season.


John Mills, Tom Wukovits, John Moir

Pittsburgh Gazette articles about two wins by Cleveland over Pittsburgh.


News story about the Chicago American Gears vs the Cleveland Allmen Transfers from Christmas Eve 1944.