The 2001-2002 ABA Season is the second season of the American Basketball Association and the last season of the ABA before the league took a year-off for reorganization. The 2001-2002 season saw five of last season's teams fold before the season started. Four other teams joined the league before the season, bringing the grand total of teams to seven.
With the conclusion of the 2001-2002 season, the Kansas City Knights held the league's best record at 35-5, while the Las Vegas Slam held the league's worst record at 7-20.
The seven teams that competed during the 2001-2002 season were the Kansas City Knights, the Southern California Surf, the Phoenix Eclipse, the DetroitDogs, the IndianaLegends, the Las Vegas Slam, and the Kentucky Pro Cats.