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HELLCATS IN DOUBT AS SEASON COULD COME TO AN END
Published January 30, 1995
The CBA's Hartford Hellcats' season could end today unless the Connecticut Development Authority (CDA) "advances enough money to sustain the franchise," according to Roy Hasty in this morning's HARTFORD COURANT. The Hellcats will fold unless a group puts up the capital to buy the team from the Hartford Sports & Entertainment Group, "or the CDA decides to help" (Roy Hasty, HARTFORD COURANT, 1/30).