List of ABA Champions - Champions

Champions

Year Western Champion Result Eastern Champion Reference
1968 New Orleans Buccaneers 3–4 Pittsburgh Pipers
1969 Oakland Oaks 4–1 Indiana Pacers
1970 Los Angeles Stars 2–4 Indiana Pacers
1971 Utah Stars 4–3 Kentucky Colonels
1972 Indiana Pacers (2) 4–2 New York Nets
1973 Indiana Pacers (3) 4–3 Kentucky Colonels
1974 Utah Stars 1–4 New York Nets
1975 Indiana Pacers 1–4 Kentucky Colonels
Year Winner Result Runners-up Reference
1976 New York Nets (2) 4–2 Denver Nuggets†

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