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.
Who retired in the NBA in 1974?
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1969-70 through 1974-75)
For an encore, Abdul-Jabbar led the Bucks to 66 wins and won the first of three MVP awards with the Bucks in 1970-71, averaging 31.7 ppg and 16.0 rpg. In the playoffs, he helped lead the Bucks to a 12-2 record and a World Championship.
How much money did the NBA make in 1970?
1970s: The economics of pro basketball exploded in the 1970s. The average player salary rose from $35,000 in 1970 to $180,000 a decade later and franchise values went up more than 600% in the same period. According to this the average salary for the ’85-86 season was $370,104.
How much did the NBA make in 1970?
In 1970, the average player earned a $35,000 salary (equivalent to around $224,000 today). By decade’s end, that had jumped to $180,000 ($641,000 today).
What were the NBA teams in 1970?
Three new teams made their debut: the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Portland Trail Blazers, and the Buffalo Braves.
|1970–71 NBA season|
|Eastern champions||Baltimore Bullets|
|Eastern runners-up||New York Knicks|
|Western champions||Milwaukee Bucks|
|Western runners-up||Los Angeles Lakers|
What NBA teams no longer exist?
The Packers, Red Skins, and Waterloo Hawks left the NBA for the National Professional Basketball League, and are the only defunct teams to have ceased to exist in a league other than the NBA.