- Washington Palace Five
The Washington Palace Five (also known as the "Laundrymen") were an American
basketballteam based in Washington, D.C.that was a member of the American Basketball League.
During the 1927-28 season, they dropped out of the league on January 2, 1928 and were replaced by the
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