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The two remaining teams were the Albuquerque Silvers (who had moved from Las Vegas during the season) and Wyoming, were placed in a new Western Division with Wisconsin, Detroit, Ohio and the Louisville Catbirds (an expansion team).In the East, Rochester folded, while Maine moved to Brockton, Massachusetts and were renamed the Bay State Bombardiers.
Slaughter was named to the Second-Team All-Defense.
Nothing more appeared in the media until the winter of 1981–1982 when Spanbauer announced he was seeking a franchise in the Continental Basketball Association for Oshkosh.
The area had a rich history of basketball, dating back to the All-Stars of the National Basketball League (1937–1949).
The Bombardiers joined the Albany Patroons and Lancaster Red Roses, holdovers from the Eastern Division, and three expansion teams – the Toronto Tornados, Sarasota Stingers and the Puerto Rico Coquis.
Gene "Torchy" Clark, who had been coaching collegiate basketball in Florida, was named the third head coach of the Flyers in the off-season.
The Mixers would announce they were moving to Cincinnati, as the Slammers, shortly afterwards.
In the Western finals, Wyoming (23-21) shocked the Flyers by winning three of four.
The Wildcatters would go on to lose to Albany and head coach Phil Jackson in the CBA finals.
Ohio became the Cincinnati Slammers and stayed in the Western Division, which welcomed the Evansville Thunder (who had Jerry Sloan as their first head coach). For the first time, there were rumblings that the Flyers could be moving to greener pastures if attendance did not improve.
All three teams would be placed in the same division – the Central.
The Flyers suffered a setback immediately, when head coach Dave Wohl took an assistant's position with the New Jersey Nets before the season began. As an expansion team, Wisconsin never jelled, though it sent Joe Kopicki to the NBA.
Steve Burks led the team in points, assists, steals and minutes played.