Long Beach Chiefs

The Long Beach Chiefs were an American basketball team based in Honolulu, Hawaii (1961-62) and Long Beach, California (1962-63) that was a member of the American Basketball League.

The team was known as the Hawaii Chiefs from 1961-62.

The Chiefs were owned by Art Kim who was later the owner of the Anaheim Amigos of the American Basketball Association.

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History - Summer X Games
2004 X Games 10 – Staples Center, Home Depot Center, Long Beach Marine Stadium, Los Angeles, California (August 5–8, 2004) Nate Adams became the first. 2006 X Games 12 – Staples Center, Home Depot Center Long Beach Marine Stadium, Los Angeles, California (August 3–6, 2006) Travis Pastrana landed the world's first double backflip on a dirt. 2007 X Games 13 – Staples Center, Home Depot Center Long Beach Marine Stadium, Los Angeles, California (August 2–5, 2007) Jake Brown was hurt after landing the first 720 in big air competition ...

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