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Click below for season recaps of every year in Stampede history!

1997-98 | 1998-99 | 1999-00 | 2000-01 | 2002-03 | 2003-04 | 2004-05 | 2005-06 | 2006-07 | 2007-08 | 2008-09| 2009-10 | 2010-11 | 2011-12 | 2012-13 | 2013-14

Complete Team Statistical History

Big crowds and lots of fun highlighted the inaugural Stampede season as members of the CBA. The brand new Idaho Center rocked night after night for Coach Bobby Dye.
New Team, New Arena, New Excitement
Idaho gets professional basketball for the first time

Fans came in droves to see the newest professional team in the state of Idaho, as the Stampede created memories of excitement and joy in a brand new Idaho Center. Former Boise State men's basketball head coach Bobby Dye led the expansion franchise on the court to a respectable win-loss record, reaching the playoffs in their first year.

- Number of games played in a Stampede uniform during the 1997-98 season by future Stampede and Milwaukee Bucks head coach Larry Krystkowiak.

$20 - Cost at the time of construction to have your name permanently embedded in the tile entryway of the new Idaho Center.

6,531 - Attendance for the November 14, Opening Night of the inaugural season vs. Sioux Falls.

"We see (the logo) as a group of frenzied animals that are ready to roll over everything in its path," said investor Jim Tomlinson.

"It's not just basketball," said former CBA VP of public relations Brett Meister. "The games are geared toward family entertainment. Even if your team loses, when you leave the building you'll leave knowing you had a good time."

1997-98 CBA Standings
American ConferenceW-L
Fort Wayne Fury31-25
Rockford Lightning29-27
Connecticut Pride26-30
Grand Rapids Hoops21-35
National ConferenceW-L
Quad City Thunder38-18
Sioux Falls Skyforce31-25
Yakima Sun Kings26-30
Idaho Stampede25-31
La Crosse Bobcats25-31