The Indianapolis Jets were a Basketball Association of America team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The team lasted for one season and was later replaced by a new franchise.
The Jets joined the BAA after playing in the National Basketball League as the Indianapolis Kautskys. The team was one of four (along with the Minneapolis Lakers, Rochester Royals, and Fort Wayne Pistons) that jumped to the BAA for the 1948-49 season. However, they folded after the season and were replaced by the Indianapolis Olympians.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, % = Win–Loss %
|Indianapolis Kautskys (NBL)|
|1937-38||4||9||0.308||Did not qualify|
|1938-39||13||13||0.500||Did not qualify|
|1939-40||9||19||0.321||Did not qualify|
|1945-46||10||22||0.312||Did not qualify|
|Indianapolis Jets (BAA)|
|1948-49||18||42||0.300||Did not qualify|
Basketball Hall of Famers
- Arnie Risen
- John Wooden
- Charles "Stretch" Murphy
- Branch McCracken