Scoring, Rebounding, Assists, Three-Point Field Goals Made, Games Played, Minutes Played, Field Goal Percentage, Scoring Average and Free Throw Percentage
Scoring, Rebounding, Assists, Two-Point Field Goal Percentage, Three-Point Field Goal Percentage, Free Throw Percentage, Blocked Shots, Steals, Team Winning Percentage, Team Scoring Difference
Complete List of ABA Player and Referee Uniform Numbers (Year-to-Year) (Contributed by Mel Bailey, Bernie Ruehle & Robert Bradley)
Bob Chaikin's Comprehensive Statistical Database (440K download)
This Windows executable (.exe) database is an amazing resource. You will be able to view the complete statistics for every ABA player, for every ABA season. You will be able to view complete statistics for every ABA team, for every season. You will be able to narrow your searches to particular ABA players or teams, and then order your results using any available statistical category.
The database is a 440K download in .zip format (the file must be "unzipped" before use, which usually happens automatically). You must be using Windows 95 or later, plus an active internet connection, to use the database. The database also contains NBA players and statistics. So if you are interested in only ABA statistics, your first action should be to choose the ABA in the "Select League" menu. I also recommend viewing the search examples and tips in the "Options" menu, under "Help." If you need assistance in using the database, please contact Bob himself or visit his web page at www.bballsports.com.
John Grasso's Complete ABA Player Spreadsheet (216K download)
This Excel (.xls) spreadsheet contains the name of each and every player who ever played in the ABA (including Penny Ann Early!), and the following information about each player: height, weight, position, college attended, high school attended, date of birth, city and state of birth, nicknames, seasons played, and uniform numbers. John is still in the process of completing the uniform numbers section. Information about certain players is still missing, so please contact John if you can provide any needed information, or just want to help him in his research.
The spreadsheet is a 216K download in .xls format, and you should have Excel 97 or later to view the data. This impressive spreadsheet is the product of literally years of research (not to mention data entering) by John, so please drop him a line if you appreciate his work or want to give him some feedback.