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The Oakland Bittners were an Amateur Athletic Union basketball team, located in Oakland, California. The team was named after sponsor Lou Bittner and became the first club to bring a basketball championship back to Oakland back in the day. The Bittners changed their name to Oakland Blue 'n Gold Atlas in 1949 getting a sponsorship from an engineering company, called Atlas-Pacific. The sponsor was Oakland businessman Ted Harrer.

Oakland Bittners
Leagues Amateur Athletic Association 1946-1952
American Basketball League 1946-1948
NIBL 1950-1952
Founded 1941
Folded 1952
History Oakland Bittners
1946–1949
Oakland Blue 'n Gold Atlas
1949–1951
Oakland Atlas-Pacific Engineers
1951-1952
Team colors Blue, White
         
Ownership Atlas-Pacific
Championships 1 AAU Championship (1949)

The Oakland Bittners were an Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball team, located in Oakland, California. The team was named after sponsor Lou Bittner and became the first club to bring a basketball championship back to Oakland back in the day. The Bittners changed their name to Oakland Blue 'n Gold Atlas in 1949 getting a sponsorship from an engineering company, called Atlas-Pacific. The sponsor was Oakland businessman Ted Harrer.