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World Professional Basketball Tournament
SportBasketball
Founded1939
Ceased1948
CountryUnited States

The World Professional Basketball Tournament was an invitational tournament held in Chicago and sponsored by the Chicago Herald American. The annual event was held from 1939 to 1948, and the winner was generally acknowledged as the World Champions of basketball.[according to whom?] Many teams came from the National Basketball League, but it also included the best teams from other leagues and the best independent barnstorming teams such as the New York Rens and Harlem Globetrotters. Games were played at various sites including Chicago Coliseum, International Amphitheater and Chicago Stadium.

The NBL champion usually won this tournament, with three exceptions: the New York Rens won the first WPBT in 1939, while the Harlem Globetrotters—a strongly competitive squad in those days—won the following year. In 1943, the Washington Bears (with many New York Rens players on their roster) won the tournament. The NBL's Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons won the most titles (three, from 1944–46), while the NBL's Oshkosh All-Stars made the most finals appearances with five, winning only once (in 1942). The tournament disbanded in 1949, after the BAA and NBL merged to form the NBA.

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Tournament finals results[edit]

  • 1939 New York Rens 34–25 Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 1940 Harlem Globetrotters 31–29 Chicago Bruins
  • 1941 Detroit Eagles 39–37 Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 1942 Oshkosh All-Stars 43–41 Detroit Eagles
  • 1943 Washington Bears 43–31 Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 1944 Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 50–33 Brooklyn Eagles
  • 1945 Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 78–52 Dayton Acmes
  • 1946 Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 73–57 Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 1947 Indianapolis Kautskys 62–47 Toledo Jeeps
  • 1948 Minneapolis Lakers 75–71 New York Rens

Tournament MVPs[edit]

  • 1939 Puggy Bell, New York Rens
  • 1940 Sonny Boswell, Harlem Globetrotters
  • 1941 Buddy Jeannette, Detroit Eagles
  • 1942 Ed Riska, Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 1943 Curly Armstrong, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons
  • 1944 Bobby McDermott, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons
  • 1945 Buddy Jeannette, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons
  • 1946 George Mikan, Chicago American Gears
  • 1947 Jule Rivlin, Toledo Jeeps
  • 1948 George Mikan, Minneapolis Lakers

All-time championship game scoring records[edit]

*Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
PlayerTeamGamesPtsPPG
Leroy EdwardsOshkosh55310.6
Bobby McDermottFt. Wayne34916.3
Jake PelkingtonDet/Ft. W44511.2
Buddy JeannetteDet/Ft. W44210.5
George MikanMinneapolis14040
Pop GatesNY/Wash33712.3
Ed SadowskiDet/Ft. W33411.3
Jerry BushDet/Ft. W5306.0
Nat CliftonNY12424.0
Gene EnglundOshkosh3227.3
Chick ReiserFt. Wayne3227.3
Bob ToughBkn/Ft. W22110.5
Duke CumberlandHarlem/NY22010.0
Jake AhearnDetroit22010.0
George SobekToledo12020.0

All-time World Tournament team records[edit]

TeamApp.GmsWL1st2nd
Oshkosh All-Stars930201014
New York Rens-Washington Bears1028181021
Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons82115630
Harlem Globetrotters72013710
Detroit Eagles3108211
Chicago American Gears297200
Chicago Bruins-Ramblers495401
Toledo White Huts-Whites-Jeeps4105501
Sheboygan Redskins8145900
Anderson Chiefs-Duffey Packers374300
Minneapolis Lakers133010
Brooklyn Eagles143101
L.I. Grumman Flyers/Hellcats253200
Dayton Acmes-Mickeys253201
Midland Dow Chemicals363300
Indianapolis Kautskys573410
Washington Heurlick Brewers132100
Tri-Cities Blackhawks252300
Baltimore Bullets262400
  • Twenty-seven teams entered the tournament in various years but did not win a game; eight teams had one win.
  • The world-famous New York Celtics played in the initial tournament in 1939, but lost their only game. Another well-known team, the Philadelphia Sphas, had a win and a loss in their only appearance, in 1941 .

Recap by year[edit]

1939[edit]

  • 1st Place: New York Rens 34- Oshkosh All-Stars 25
  • MVP- Puggy Bell (New York Rens)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Pop Gates (New York Rens) 12
  • Leroy Edwards (Oshkosh All-Stars) 12
  • 3rd Place: Harlem Globetrotters 36- Sheboygan Redskins 33
  • 5th Place: New York Yankees, Chicago Harmons, New York Celtics
  • 8th Place: Fort Wayne Harvesters, Brenton Harbor House of David, Illinois Grads, Clarksburg Oilers

1940[edit]

  • 1st Place: Harlem Globetrotters 31- Chicago Bruins 29
  • MVP- Sonny Boswell (Harlem Globetrotters)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Sonny Boswell (Harlem Globetrotters) 12
  • Mike Novak (Chicago Bruins) 7
  • 3rd Place: Washington Heurich Brewers 41- Syracuse Reds 30
  • 5th Place: Sheboygan Redskins, Waterloo Wonders, Oshkosh All-Stars, New York Rens
  • 9th Place: Fort Wayne Harvesters, Rochester Seagrams, Kenosha Royals, Canton Bulldogs, Benton Harbor House of David, Clarksburg Oilers

1941[edit]

  • 1st Place: Detroit Eagles 39- Oshkosh All-Stars 37
  • MVP- Buddy Jeannette (Detroit Eagles)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Ed Sadowski (Detroit Eagles) 11
  • Bob Carpenter (Oshkosh All-Stars) 8
  • 3rd Place: New York Rens 57- Toledo White Huts 42
  • 5th Place: Chicago Bruins, Kenosha Royals, Harlem Globetrotters, Philadelphia Sphas
  • 9th Place: Davenport Central Turner Rockets, Indianapolis Kautskys, Newark Elks, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons, Dayton Sucher Wonders, Rochester Seagrams, Sheboygan Redskins, Bismark Phantoms

1942[edit]

  • 1st Place: Oshkosh All-Stars 43- Detroit Eagles 41
  • MVP- Ed Riska (Oshkosh All-Stars)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Gene Englund (Oshkosh All-Stars) 17
  • Buddy Jeanette (Detroit Eagles ) 14
  • 3rd Place: Long Island Grumman Flyers 43- Harlem Globetrotters 41
  • 5th Place: Aberdeen Army Ordinance Training Center, Sheboygan Redskins, Chicago Bruins, New York Rens
  • 9th Place: Detroit A.A.A., Columbus Bobb Chevrolets, Northern Indiana Steelers, Davenport Central Turner Rockets, Toledo White Huts, Hagerstown Conoco Oilers, Indianapolis Kautskys, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons
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1943[edit]

  • 1st Place: Washington, D.C. Bears 43- Oshkosh All-Stars 31
  • MVP- Curly Armstrong (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Johnny Isaacs (Washington, D.C. Bears) 11
  • Leroy Edwards (Oshkosh All-Stars) 7
  • 3rd Place: Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 58- Dayton Dive Bombers 52
  • 5th Place: Detroit Eagles, Sheboygan Redskins, Harlem Globetrotters, Minneapolis Sparklers
  • 9th Place: Akron Collegians, Indianapolis Pure Oils, Chicago Ramblers, South Bend Studebaker Champions

1944[edit]

  • 1st Place: Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 50- Brooklyn Eagles 33
  • MVP- Bobby McDermott (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Jake Pellington (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons) 19
  • Bob Tough & Bernie Opper (Brooklyn Eagles) 11
  • 3rd Place: Harlem Globetrotters 37- New York Rens 29
  • 5th Place: Dayton Aviators, Cleveland Chase Brassmen, Sheboygan Redskins, Oshkosh All-Stars
  • 9th Place: Akron Collegians, Camp Campbell Tankmen, Detroit Suffrins, Indianapolis Pure Oils, Rochester Wings, Pittsburgh Corbetts

1945[edit]

  • 1st Place: Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 78- Dayton Acmes 52
  • MVP- Buddy Jeanette (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Buddy Jeanette (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons) 18
  • John Mahnken (Dayton Acmes) 16
  • 3rd Place: Chicago American Gears 64- New York Rens 55
  • 5th Place: Oshkosh All-Stars, Pittsburgh Raiders, Midland Dow Chemicals, Harlem Globetrotters
  • 9th Place: Hartford Nutmegs, Detroit Mansfields, Indianapolis Oilers, Cleveland Allmen Transfers, Newark C-O Twos, Long Island Grumman Hellcats

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1946[edit]

  • 1st Place: Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 73- Oshkosh All-Stars 57
  • Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 56- Oshkosh All-Stars 47
  • Oshkosh All-Stars 61- Ft. Wayne Zollner Pistons 59
  • (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons wins series 2 games to 1)
  • MVP- George Mikan (Chicago American Gears )
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Bobby McDermott (Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons) 20
  • Leroy Edwards (Oshkosh All-Stars) 24
  • 3rd Place: Chicago American Gears 65- Baltimore Bullets 50
  • Chicago American Gears 59- Baltimore Bullets 54
  • (Chicago American Gears wins series 2 games to none)
  • 5th Place: New York Rens, Sheboygan Redskins, Midland Dows, Anderson Chiefs
  • 9th Place: Pittsburgh Raiders, Cleveland Allmen Transfers, Indianapolis Kautskys, Detroit Mansfields, Toledo Whites, Dayton Mickeys

1947[edit]

  • 1st Place: Indianapolis Kautskys 62- Toledo Jeeps 47
  • MVP- Jule Rivlin (Toledo Jeeps)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • Leo Klier (Indianapolis Kautskys) 12
  • George Sobek (Toledo Jeeps) 20
  • 3rd Place: Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons 86- Oshkosh All-Stars 67
  • 5th Place: Sheboygan Redskins, Tri-Cities Blackhawks, Anderson Duffey Packers, Midland Dows
  • 9th Place: Herkimer Mohawk Redskins, Pittsburgh Pirates, Syracuse Nationals, Portland Indians, New York Rens, Baltimore Bullets

1948[edit]

  • 1st Place: Minneapolis Lakers 75- New York Rens 71
  • MVP- George Mikan (Minneapolis Lakers)
  • Leading Championship Game Scorers:
  • George Mikan (Minneapolis Lakers) 40
  • Sweetwater Clifton (New York Rens) 24
  • 3rd Place: Anderson Duffey Packers 66- Tri-Cities Blackhawks 44
  • 5th Place: Bridgeport Newfield Steelers, Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons, Indianapolis Kautskys, Wilkes-Barre Barons

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External links[edit]

  • John Grasso. (2011). 'World Professional Basketball Tournament'. Historical Dictionary of Basketball. Plymouth, UK: Scarecrow Press. p. 391. ISBN978-0-8108-6763-5.
  • Dave Quinn; John Duxbury; Steven Brainerd; William F. Himmelman; Steve Dimitry; Robert Bradley. 'World Professional Basketball Tournament 1939—1948'. The Association for Professional Basketball Research. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
  • John Schleppi. (1989). 'Chicago's World Tournament of Professional Basketball 1939—1948'(PDF). North American Society for Sport History. Proceedings and Newsletter: 34.
  • Schleppi, John. (2008). Chicago's Showcase of Basketball: The World Tournament of Professional Basketball and the College All-Star Game. Haworth, New Jersey: St. Johann Press. ISBN978-1878282491.
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