Who was on the 1975 Golden State Warriors?
Who retired in 1975 NBA?
Dick Bavetta began his Hall of Fame officiating career, replacing the retired Mendy Rudolph, who suffered a blood clot in his lung during a 1975 playoff game and became an analyst for CBS Sports. Bavetta went on to set the record for most games officiated with 2,635 by the time he retired in 2014.
What teams were in the NBA in 1975?
Per Game Stats
|1||Golden State Warriors*||109.8|
|3||Los Angeles Lakers||106.9|
Who won the NBA in 1976?
Did Shaq go to the finals with Orlando?
Led by All-Stars Shaquille O’Neal and Penny Hardaway, new acquisition Horace Grant, and franchise cornerstones Nick Anderson and Dennis Scott, the Magic rolled through the Eastern Conference, winding up with a then-franchise best 57–25 mark.
Who was the 1964 NBA MVP?
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.
|School/club team||Grambling State (Jr.)|
Who won NBA MVP in 1969?
This series is also notable in that West, with an average of nearly 38 points a game, won the Finals Most Valuable Player award, despite being on the losing team.
|Height||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)|
What teams came from the ABA?
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.