The Indiana Legends are a defunct professionsl basketball team that played in the ABA. The franchise was based in Indianapolis, Indiana. They were created as one of the league's charter franchises in the 2000-2001 season. They folded when the ABA postponed operations in the 2002-2003 season.
The Legends played their home games at various high school courts.
- Owner(s) - Joe Newman
- Head Coach(es) - Billy Keller
- Assistant Coach(es) - None
The Indiana Legends were created in the 2000-2001 season as one of the ABA's charter franchises. The Legends were owned and operated by league CEO Joe Newman and lasted for two seasons.
The Legends folded when the ABA postponed operations during the 2002-2003 season due to problems with player salaries (which resulted in players suing the franchise and receiving an 800,000 dollar settlement) and due to not being able to find a viable home court.
In their first season, the Indiana Legends went 18-24 but were defeated in the semifinals by the Detroit Dogs.
In their second - and last - season, the Legends went 10-22 but were defeated in the playoffs by the Las Vegas Slam.