Oakland Oaks ABA

The Oakland Oaks were a basketball team co-owned by singer Pat Boone. They began in 1967 as charter members of the American Basketball Association. They went from worst to first in 1969, capturing the second-ever ABA title. In 1970, the team moved east to become the Washington Caps and, later, the Virginia Squires. Notable players included Rick Barry and Warren Jabali.
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