STATISTICS & HISTORY
Paulie Adamo finished among the top-ten scorers six times in his twelve-year pro career. After an outstanding scholastic career in Hoboken, New Jersey, Adamo went on to star at Panzer College in New Jersey. In 1928, Adamo signed to play with the Trenton team in the American Basketball League. He spent the next two seasons in the minors before he returned to the majors in the abbreviated 1931-32 Metropolitan Basketball League season. In 1932-33, Adamo was the top point scorer in the MBL. In 1933, Adamo joined Hoboken in the American Basketball League, but the franchise quickly crumbled and Adamo signed with the Jersey Reds. For the next three seasons, Adamo, was consistently among the league’s top scorers, but the Reds had mediocre teams. Joined by Moe Spahn for the 1936-37 season, Adamo led Jersey on a serious run for the ABL championship before they were stopped in the seventh game of the finals in an overtime loss in to the Philadelphia Sphas. The Reds rebounded in 1937-38 won the ABL title. In 1938-39, Adamo was named player-coach of the Reds, but the team struggled on the court and at the box office before folding in January of 1940.
|Paul Ferdinand Adamo||Born: Jan 11, 1907||Died: Feb 29, 1972||Hometown:||Hoboken, NJ|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|Major League Totals||322||658||684||2000||6.2|
|Minor League Totals||44||83||110||276||6.3|
|Major League Totals||19||22||31||75||3.9|
|Minor League Totals||5||7||20||34||6.8|