Memphis Sounds T-Shirt
Years Active: 1970–1972 (Pros), 1972–1974 (Tams), 1974–1975 (Sounds)
Stadium: Mid-South Coliseum
The Memphis franchise began as the Pros after moving from New Orleans. The Pros had very little attendance and were eventually sold to Charles O. Finley, owner of the Oakland A's and California Golden Seals. Finley changed the colors to green and gold to match his other teams and the team name to Tams (standing for Tennessee Arkansas Mississippi). It soon became clear Finley had little interest in the team however and ABA Commissioner Mike Storen resigned to take over the team. Storen recruited new co-owners including Isaac Hayes and changed the team name once again, this time to the Sounds. The 1974-75 season as the Sounds finally brought crowds and success on the court. Unfortunately, the new owners had financial problems and sold the team after just one season.
- Roger Brown (Hall of Fame)
- Mel Daniels (Hall of Fame)
- George Thompson
- Freddie Lewis
- Chuck Williams
- 100% Cotton (52% Cotton 48% Polyester for heather colors)
- Extra Soft
- Classic Fit
- By request: available up to size 5xl, youth sizes, women's sizes and long sleeves
This product is an historical representation of the defunct team in the description. The product is in no way affiliated with any existing team, league or other organization.
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