Who joined the NBA in 1976?
In the 1976 offseason, four ABA teams joined the NBA: the Denver Nuggets, Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs, and the reigning ABA champion New York Nets, who relocated to New Jersey.
Who was drafted in 1976?
Robert Parish was selected eighth overall by the Golden State Warriors. Alex English (left) was selected 23rd overall by the Milwaukee Bucks. Dennis Johnson was selected 29th overall by the Seattle SuperSonics.
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Who won NBA in 1978?
Who was the 1982 NBA MVP?
Who was the 1976 NBA MVP?
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What 4 ABA teams joined the NBA?
On August 5, 1976, the National Basketball Association (NBA) merges with its rival, the American Basketball Association (ABA), and takes on the ABA’s four most successful franchises: the Denver Nuggets, the Indiana Pacers, the New York (later Brooklyn) Nets and the San Antonio Spurs.
What four teams were incorporated into the NBA in 1976?
In 1976, four ABA teams — the Denver Nuggets, Indiana Pacers, New York Nets and San Antonio Spurs — merged with the NBA. The terms of the merger required each team to pay the NBA $3.2 million and ABA teams would receive no money from national television contracts for the first three seasons.