|Team history||Savannah Storm (2010–2017)|
C-Port Trojans (2018–present)
|Based in||Savannah, Georgia|
|Arena||Savannah High School|
|Owner||Juanita Simmons and Demetrius Holloway|
|Head coach||Tony Hallett|
The C-Port Trojans are a member of the East Coast Basketball League (ECBL), scheduled to begin play in March 2015. The Trojans previously competed in the American Basketball Association during 2010-11 season.
An expansion team in the ABA, Savannah finished their first regular season 11-6, third place in the Southeast Division. Savannah was selected to host the six-team regional. On March 12, 2011 the Storm won their first-ever playoff game, 102-94 over the Columbus Riverballers. The team followed that historic victory with a 162-152 win over the Heartland Prowl in the second round of the ABA Playoffs. Their run ended in the third round, losing to the South Central Division champion East Kentucky Energy.
On October 21, 2014 the ECBL announced the Storm as the 11th league member.
In November 2017 the Storm announced the addition of co-owner Demetrius Holloway. The team rebranded as C-Port Trojans.
Season by season
|2010-11 ABA||11||6||3rd Southeast Division||3rd Round|
|2015 ECBL||4||7||5th of 5 Southern||DNQ|
|2016 ECBL||5||7||5th of 6 Southern||DNQ|
|2017 ECBL||4||8||3rd of 4 Southeast||DNQ|
|2018 ECBL||2||9||4th of 4 Southeast||DNQ|
- "ABA 2011 Basketball". USBasket. Retrieved 6 April 2011.
- "The early rounds of the ABA playoffs are announced". Colorado Kings. Retrieved 20 February 2011.
- "ECBL adds Savannah Storm to 2015 Lineup". ECBL.org. Retrieved 21 October 2014.
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