|Team history||Columbus Life (2009-2010)|
|Arena||Carver High School|
|Based in||Columbus, Georgia|
|Owner(s)||Quinton C. Miles Jr.|
The Columbus Life are a team of the American Basketball Association began play for the 2009-10 season. Based in Columbus, Georgia, the Life played their home games on the campus of Carver high School. They were very successful for two year as a small semi-pro basketball team.
The Columbus Life are the first professional basketball team in the city since the NBA Development League's Columbus Riverdragons moved to Austin, Texas after the 2004-05 season, where they are now known as the Austin Toros.
Anthony Jackson was selected as an all-star player for the American Basketball Association 2009-2010 season; Warren Beaulah was listed in the honorable mention section.
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