Detroit Falcons (basketball)

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Detroit Falcons
DivisionWestern Division
Founded1946
HistoryDetroit Falcons
1946–1947
ArenaDetroit Olympia
LocationDetroit, Michigan
Head coachGlenn M. Curtis (12–22)
Philip Sachs (8–18)
ChampionshipsNone
Division titlesNone

The Detroit Falcons were a professional basketball team based in Detroit. It played in the 1946–47 season in Basketball Association of America, a predecessor organization to the National Basketball Association. The team folded after one season, leaving the Motor City without a professional basketball team until a decade later, when the Fort Wayne Pistons moved there.

History[edit]

The Falcons played only in the inaugural season of the BAA and finished 4th in the Western Division with a 20–40 record, 18½ games out of first place. Stan Miasek was the team's star, scoring 895 points (14.9 points per game) and making the BAA's First-Team that year.

Season W L Pct. Playoffs
1946–47 20 40 .333 Did not qualify

Personnel[edit]

Head coaches
Players

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