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This is a page documenting every USBL team's past relocations. There have been many relocations of teams throughout the league's history.

1980s Edit

  • 1982 - Oklahoma City Thunder (original) relocate to San Antonio, Texas to become the San Antonio Alamos
  • 1986 - Cleveland Silver Sox relocate to New Orleans, Louisiana to become the New Orleans Silver Sox (rebranded in 1986 and become known as the New Orleans Seawolves)

1990s Edit

  • 1992 - Charlotte Sox relocate to Chicago, Illinois to become the Chicago Sox
  • 1998 - Brooklyn Comets relocate to Richmond, Virginia to become the Virginia Patriots
  • 1999 - Virginia Patriots relocate to New York, New York to become the New York Patriots

2000s Edit

  • 2008 - Seattle Storm relocate to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to become the Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2008 - Wichita Wranglers relocate to Springdale, Arkansas to become the Arkansas Naturals
  • 2008 - Tulsa Drillers relocate to Las Vegas, Nevada to become the Las Vegas Aces

2010s Edit

  • 2012 - Pittsburgh Pirates relocate to Hampton Falls, Pennsylvania to become the Hampton Falls Apples
  • 2015 - Las Vegas Aces relocate to Denver, Colorado to become the Denver Rock Cats

2020s Edit

  • 2020 - Anaheim Angels relocate to Seattle, Washington to become the Seattle Jets
  • 2020 - Cincinnati Classics relocate to Orlando, Florida to become the Orlando Juice
  • 2026 - Denver Rock Cats relocate to San Diego, California to become the San Diego Chargers
  • 2026 - Arkansas Naturals relocate to Indianapolis, Indiana to become the Indianapolis Chiefs
  • 2027 - Memphis Titans relocate to Tulsa, Oklahoma to become the Tulsa Mustangs
  • 2029 - Orlando Juice relocate to Charlotte, North Carolina to become the Charlotte Hornets

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