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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Day 21 to Day 40
PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2003 11:40 pm 
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Season 1972 - Day 21 to Day 40

Day 33 - SF John Block (9.1 ppg + 5.8 rpg) was injured for 8 days due to a blurred vision, the Q's however would stay in 11 players as there are no IL player.

Day 40 - The Q's is 16-13 (6-4 this month), 6th in the Western Conference. SF Julius Erving's stats shrinked to 28.6 ppg + 10.7 rpg + 3.9 apg + 2.1 spg. PF Manny Leaks' performance (17.9 ppg + 9.0 rpg) is underachieved. The team obviously lacking a 3rd option in scoring which indeed require to sort it out.

Around the League:

- Pittsburgh Condors (20-11) lead the East and San Diego Rockets (21-10) lead the West.

- C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (27.7 ppg + 12.9 rpg + 4.0 bpg) of the Bucks is the POM and SG George Gervin (23.5 ppg + 6.4 rpg) of the Cougars is the ROM.

- PG Charlie Scott (23.2 ppg + 9.5 apg) of the Squires outs for 24 days due to a torn abdominal muscle.

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Day 41 to Day 60
PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2003 2:37 am 
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Season 1972 - Day 41 to Day 60

Day 46 - SF John Block (8.8 ppg + 5.6 rpg) outs for 7 days due to an inflamed appendix, again the team would stay in 11 men.

Day 47 - The Q's is in a 7-game winning streak, yet BAD LUCK GOES ON! SG Keith Erickson (3.0 ppg + 2.1 rpg) outs for 8 days due to a broken finger. The injuried players were put into the IL, and free agent rookie SF John Tschogl and PG Matt Guokas was signed to fill in the gap.

Day 50 - The Q's, though striking by the injury bug, is now in a 9-game winning streak! Amazing!

Day 52 - SF John Block was recovered and activated, SF John Tschogl (0.7 ppg + 1.0 rpg) was hence waived.

Day 54 - SG Keith Erickson was recovered and activated, PG Matt Guokas was hence waived.

Day 60 - The Q's is 27-15 (11-2 this month), leading the Pacific Division and just a game behind the Kansas City-Omaha Kings. SF Julius Erving's performance (29.5 ppg + 10.3 rpg + 4.2 apg + 2.0 spg) is better than last month, PF Manny Leaks has 18.9 ppg + 9.3 rpg, and the 3rd offensive option SG Warren Jabali (9.8 ppg + 6.1 rpg + 4.1 apg + 2.2 spg) also begins to show his all-around skills a bit.

Q's Half-Season Leaders:

PPG - SF Julius Erving (29.5), PF Manny Leaks (18.9), PG Bob Weiss (10.3)
RPG - SF Erving (10.3), PF Leaks (9.3), PF Otto Moore (9.0)
APG - PG Weiss (7.5), SF Erving (4.2), SG Warren Jabali (4.1)

Around the League:

- The Cleveland Cavaliers, which is the worst team 2 years ago, now lead the East with the New York Knicks, sharing a 26-16 record. While the Kansas City-Omaha Kings (26-12) lead the West.

- PG Mack Calvin (23.0 ppg + 9.6 apg + 1.9 spg) of the Floridians is the POM, and C Jim Chones (15.9 ppg + 7.0 rpg + 2.1 bpg) of the Chaparrals is the ROM.

Half-Season Leaders:

PPG - SG Rick Barry (Nets, 30.4), SF Julius Erving (Q's, 29.5), SG John Brisker (Condors, 29.4)

RPG - C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Bucks, 13.0), PF Elvin Hayes (Rockets (SD), 12.9), PF Spencer Haywood (SuperSonics, 12.4)

APG - PG Jerry West (Lakers, 10.7), PG Lenny Wilkens (SuperSonics, 10.3) and PG Freddie Lewis (Pacers), PG Dave Bing (Pistons) and PG Calvin Murphy (Rockets (SD), 10.2, tied)[/b]

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - All-star Weekend
PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 12:12 am 
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Season 1972 - All-star weekend

Rookie All-Star Game:

Rookies -

C Jim Chones (Chaparrals, 15.9 ppg + 7.0 rpg + 2.1 bpg)
C Mike Ratliff (Stars, 5.3 ppg + 6.5 rpg)
PF Lloyd Neal (Cavaliers, 11.8 ppg + 9.0 rpg)
PF Dwight Davis (Condors, 3.3 ppg + 3.4 rpg)
SF Bob McAdoo (Blazers, 14.1 ppg + 8.3 rpg)
SF George Adams (Colonels, 4.4 ppg + 5.5 rpg)
SG George Gervin (Cougars, 23.3 ppg + 6.5 rpg)
SG Paul McCracken (Chaparrals)
PG Chris Ford (Bullets, 8.9 ppg + 4.5 rpg + 2.2 apg)
PG Paul Westphal (Bulls, 7.6 ppg + 5.2 apg)

Sophomores-

C Elmore Smith (Braves, 22.1 ppg + 11.4 rpg + 4.4 bpg)
C Dave Robisch (Blazers, 19.7 ppg + 11.8 rpg + 2.0 bpg)
PF Sidney Wicks (Warriors, 22.8 ppg + 10.4 rpg)
PF Clifford Ray (Floridians, 10.6 ppg + 10.8 rpg + 3.2 bpg)
SF Julius Erving (Q's, 29.5 ppg + 10.3 rpg + 4.5 apg + 2.0 spg)
SF George McGinnis (Chaparrals, 16.7 ppg + 7.7 rpg)
SG Johnny Neumann (Rockets (SD), 13.8 ppg + 4.6 apg)
SG Fred Hilton (Q's, 2.5 ppg)
PG Randy Smith (Tams, 7.7 ppg + 3.5 rpg + 2.3 apg)
PG Al Smith (Suns, 6.2 ppg + 4.2 apg)

The Sophomores take the Rookies 111-90. C Elmore Smith (21p + 8r + 5b) is the MVP. SF Julius Erving has 20p + 5r, while another Q's SG Fred Hilton just has 2p in 21 mins play.

3P Shootout:

SG Jeff Mullins (3P% .381) of the Warriors takes SG Pete Maravich (3P% .434) of the Hawks 19-18 in the final.

Slam-Dunk Contest:

Q's SF Julius Erving participates second time, but again was eliminated in the 1st round (85.5 7/8 ). :evil: SG Roger Brown of the Pacers crowns with 93.6 in the final.

All-Star Game:

West -

C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Bucks, 27.4 ppg + 13.0 rpg + 4.0 bpg)
C Nate Thurmond (Warriors, 21.5 ppg + 11.5 rpg + 3.6 bpg)
PF Elvin Hayes (Rockets (SD), 26.6 ppg + 12.9 rpg + 2.1bpg)
PF Mel Daniels (Pacers, 23.6 ppg + 12.0 rpg)
SF Julius Erving (Q's, 29.5 ppg + 10.3 rpg + 4.5 apg + 2.0 spg)
SF Willie Wise (Stars, 14.1 ppg + 9.6 rpg)
SG Ron Boone (Stars, 26.0 ppg + 7.3 rpg + 5.4 apg + 2.3 spg)
SG Oscar Robertson (Bucks, 24.4 ppg + 5.1 rpg + 5.6 apg)
PG Jerry West (Lakers, 16.4 ppg + 10.7 apg + 2.7 spg)
PG Calvin Murphy (Rockets (SD), 22.6 ppg + 10.2 apg + 2.7 spg)

East -

C Elmore Smith (Braves, 22.1 ppg + 11.4 rpg + 4.4 bpg)
C Artis Gilmore (Cavaliers, 24.4 ppg + 10.8 rpg + 4.2 bpg)
PF Billy Cunningham (76ers, 28.1 ppg + 12.1 rpg)
PF Dan Issel (Colonels, 28.0 ppg + 11.7 rpg)
SF Bob Kauffman (Braves, 21.3 ppg + 7.2 rpg + 4.2 apg)
SF Dave DeBusschere (Knicks, 19.6 ppg + 8.6 rpg)
SG Ricky Barry (Nets, 30.4 ppg + 6.9 rpg + 4.2 apg + 1.9 spg)
SG Pete Maravich (Hawks, 27.8 ppg + 4.9 rpg + .434 3P%)
PG Dave Bing (Pistons, 24.6 ppg + 10.2 apg)
PG Walt Frazier (Knicks, 23.3 ppg + 5.2 rpg + 9.8 apg)

The West takes the East 142-108. SG Ron Boone (24p + 8r) is the MVP. PF Elvin Hayes has 21p + 9r, C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has 19p + 7r + 5b, SF Julius Erving has 18p + 9r and PG Jerry West has 11p + 12a. The West has 8 players with double-digit scoring. For the East, PF Dan Issel has 14p + 10r, and PF Billy Cunningham has 12p + 12r. PG Walt Frazier has 14p + 8a.

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Day 61 to Day 80
PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:15 am 
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Season 1972 - Day 61 to Day 80

Day 73 - PF Otto Moore (10.6 ppg + 9.0 rpg) outs for 6 days due to a dislocated finger, the team would stay in 11 men.

Day 78 - PF Otto Moore recovered from injury.

Day 80 - The Q's are 37-21 (10-6 this month), still leading the Pacific Division, but are now 3 games behind the Kansas City-Omaha Kings. SF Julius Erving's has 30.5 ppg + 10.3 rpg + 4.4 apg + 2.2 spg + 1.1 bpg. PF Manny Leaks (19.2 ppg + 9.2 rpg) also starts to perform well. PF Otto Moore has 10.6 ppg + 9.0 rpg + 1.7 bpg.

Around the League:

- Piitsburgh Condors (37-21) lead the East and Kansas City-Omaha Kings (38-16) lead the West.

- SF Julius Erving is the POM. :D SG George Gervin of the Cougars (23.7 ppg + 6.7 rpg + .423 3P%) is the ROM for the 3rd time this season.

- PG Bill Melchionni (16.2 ppg + 8.1 apg) of the Nets outs for 51 days due to a broken skull.

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Day 81 to Day 100
PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 2:01 am 
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Season 1972 - Day 81 to Day 100

Day 88 - SF John Block (9.2 ppg + 5.4 rpg) injuried for the 5rd time this season, outs for 12 days due to broken ribs. The team, as usual, would stay in 11 men.

Day 99 - SF John Block recovered from injury.

Day 100 - The Q's is 45-24 (8-3 this month), still leading the Pacific Division, and put the game behind the Kansas City-Omaha Kings to 2. Yet, the SuperSonics are now winning 10 in a row and 1.5 games behind the Q's in the division. SF Julius Erving's scoring increases to 30.7 ppg. PF Manny Leaks scoring improves to 19.4 ppg. PG Bob Weiss has 9.4 ppg + 8.0 apg + 2.0 spg.

Around the League:

- Pittsburgh Condors (44-27) lead the East and Kansas City-Omaha Kings (47-22) lead the West.

- PG Lenny Wilkens (24.9 ppg + 10.3 apg + 4.5 rpg + 2.2 spg) of the SuperSonics is the POM, and C Jim Chones (15.7 ppg + 7.0 rpg + 2.2 bpg) of the Chaparrals is the ROM.

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Day 101 to Day 120
PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2003 11:44 pm 
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Season 1972 - Day 101 to Day 120

Day 120 - The Q's finished the season with a 54-28 record (9-4 this month), and become the division winner for the 1st time. The Q's tied with the Indiana Pacers and the Kansas City-Omaha Kings, and finally become the 2nd seed in the Western Conference after comparing records among.

Q's Full-Season Stats:

PF Otto Moore - 10.5 ppg + 9.2 rpg + 1.8 bpg
PF Manny Leaks - 19.5 ppg + 9.1 rpg
SF Julius Erving - 30.5 ppg + 10.4 rpg + 4.1 apg + 2.0 spg + 1.1 bpg
SG Warren Jabali - 9.7 ppg + 6.1 rpg + 4.3 apg + 2.1 spg
PG Bob Weiss - 9.5 ppg + 7.9 apg + 2.0 spg
SF John Block - 9.5 ppg + 5.4 rpg
PF Dale Schlueter - 6.5 ppg + 5.5 rpg
PG Mike Gale - 3.8 ppg + 2.3 apg
SG Keith Erickson - 3.4 ppg + 2.2 rpg
PF LaRue Martin - 2.3 ppg + 2.3 rpg
SG Fred Hilton - 1.2 ppg + 0.5 rpg
SF John Tresvant - 0.6 ppg + 0.9 rpg

Around the League:

- PG Lenny Wilkens (24.7 ppg + 10.3 apg + 2.4 spg) of the SuperSonics is the POM, while SF Bob McAdoo (14.0 ppg + 7.9 rpg) of the Trail Blazers os the ROM.

- C Jim Eakins (13.1 ppg + 10.9 rpg + 3.1 bpg) of the Squires outs for 14 days due to a broken jaw and PG Bill Melchionni (16.2 ppg + 8.1 apg) of the Nets outs for 11 days due to a broken skull.

Final Standing:

Eastern Conference -

1 - Pittsburgh Condors (53-29)
2 - Virginia Squires (50-32)
3 - Cleveland Cavaliers (49-33)
4 - Buffalo Braves (47-35)
5 - Carolina Cougars (44-38 )
6 - New York Knicks (44-38 )
7 - Kentucky Colonels (39-43)
8 - Boston Celtics (39-43)
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9 - Atlanta Hawks (37-45)
10 - Chicago Bulls (36-46)
11 - Philadelphia 76ers (36-46)
12 - Detroit Pistons (35-47)
13 - New York Nets (34-48 )
14 - Baltimore Bullets (33-49)
15 - The Floridians (33-49)

Western Conference -

1 - Indiana Pacers (54-28 )
2 - San Diego Conquistadors (54-28 )
3 - Kansas City-Omaha Kings (54-28 )
4 - Seattle SuperSonics (52-30)
5 - Los Angeles Lakers (48-34)
6 - Golden State Warriors (46-36)
7 - Milwaukee Bucks (45-37)
8 - San Diego Rockets (44-38 )
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9 - Utah Stars (43-39)
10 - Portland Trail Blazers (34-48 )
11 - Dallas Chaparrals (33-49)
12 - Denver Rockets (32-50)
13 - Phoenix Suns (26-56)
14 - Memphis Tams (15-67)

Full-Season Leaders:

PPG - SF Julius Erving, Q's, 30.5; SG John Brisker, Condors, 29.5; PF Dan Issel, Colonels, 28.5

RPG - PF Elvin Hayes, Rockets (SD), 12.9; PF Mel Daniels, Pacers, 12.3; C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bucks, and PF Dan Issel, Colonels, tied 12.1

APG - PG Norm Van Lier, Kings, 10.8; PG Dave Bing, Pistons, 10.7; PG Jerry West, Lakers, 10.5

SPG - PG Calvin Murphy, Rockets (SD), 2.9; PG Chuck Williams, Colonels, PG Jerry West, Lakers, and SG Ralph Simpson, Rockets (DN), tied 2.6

BPG - C Artis Gilmore, Cavaliers, 4.1; C Elmore Smith, Braves, 4.0; C Billy Paultz, Nets, 3.9

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Regular Season Awards
PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2003 12:07 am 
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Season 1972 - Regular Season Awards

Season MVP:
SF Julius Erving (Q's, 30.5 ppg + 10.4 rpg + 4.1 apg + 2.0 spg)

Rookie of the Year:
SG George Gervin (Cougars, 22.8 ppg + 6.3 rpg + 1.9 spg + .413 3P%)

Defensive Player of the Year:
C Bob Lanier (Pistons, 23.5 ppg + 11.3 rpg + 1.7 spg + 3.8 bpg)

Sixth Man of the Year:
SF Jerry Lucas (Chaparrals, 14.9 ppg + 7.3 rpg)

All-League First Team:
C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Bucks, 26.7 ppg + 12.1 rpg + 1.5 spg + 3.6 bpg)
PF Billy Cunningham (76ers, 26.5 ppg + 12.0 rpg + 4.7 apg + 1.9 spg)
SF Julius Erving
SG Ron Boone (Stars, 27.0 ppg + 7.1 rpg + 5.1 apg + 2.4 spg)
PG Jerry West (Lakers, 18.6 ppg + 10.5 apg + 4.4 rpg + 2.6 spg)

All-League Second Team:
C Bob Lanier
PF Dan Issel (Colonels, 28.5 ppg + 12.1 rpg)
SF Bob Kauffman (Braves, 20.3 ppg + 7.3 rpg + 4.4 apg)
SG Rick Barry (Nets, 27.4 ppg + 6.5 rpg + 4.2 apg + 2.1 spg)
PG Lenny Wilkens (SuperSonics, 24.7 ppg + 10.3 apg + 4.6 rpg + 2.4 spg)

All-League Third Team:
C Artis Gilmore (Cavaliers, 24.4 ppg + 11.0 rpg + 4.1 bpg)
PF Elvin Hayes (Rockets (SD), 26.4 ppg + 12.9 rpg + 2.1 bpg)
SF Willie Wise (Stars, 14.1 ppg + 9.5 rpg + 1.8 spg)
SG Oscar Robertson (Bucks, 23.8 ppg + 6.0 apg + 4.9 rpg)
PG Norm Van Lier (Kings, 19.6 ppg + 10.8 apg + 5.7 rpg + 2.3 spg)

All-League Defensive First Team:
C Bob Lanier
PF Clifford Ray (Floridians, 10.8 ppg + 10.6 rpg + 3.1 bpg)
SF Julius Erving
SG George Gervin
PG Jerry West

All-League Defensive Second Team:
C Artis Gilmore
PF Wil Jones (Tams, 20.1 ppg + 10.2 rpg + 1.9 bpg + 1.7 spg)
SF Willie Wise
SG Ron Boone
PG Norm Van Lier

All-League Rookie First Team:
C Jim Chones (Chaparrals, 15.5 ppg + 7.2 rpg + 2.3 bpg)
PF Lloyd Neal (Cavaliers, 11.4 ppg + 8.5 rpg)
SF Bob McAdoo (Trail Blazers, 14.0 ppg + 7.9 rpg)
SG George Gervin
PG Chris Ford (Bullets, 9.2 ppg + 4.2 rpg + 2.2 apg + 1.8 spg)

All-League Rookie Second Team:
C George Johnson (Tams, 3.9 ppg + 5.4 rpg + 2.2 bpg)
PF Ron Riley (Pistons, 6.8 ppg + 6.5 rpg)
SF Travis Grant (76ers, 6.2 ppg + 5.4 rpg)
SG Bud Stallworth (Nets, 1.5 ppg)
PG Paul Westphal (Bulls, 7.9 ppg + 5.4 apg + 1.4 spg)

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - Playoffs
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 11:49 pm 
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Season 1972 - Playoffs

First Round:

- The Q's faced the 7th seed Bucks, where the all-time record is 4-8 (2-2 this season).

Game 1 - Bucks@Q's 113-98, Bucks lead 1-0
SF Julius Erving 39p + 6r, PF Manny Leaks 21p+8r

Game 2 - Bucks@Q's 92-101, tied 1-1
SF Erving 29p + 11r, PF Otto Moore 17p + 9r, SG Warren Jabali 12p +11r, PG Bob Weiss 9p + 11a, PF Dale Schlueter 8p +11r

Game 3 - Q's@Bucks 111-92, Q's lead 2-1
PF Leaks 33p + 10r, SF Erving 25p + 10r, PF Moore 16p + 11r

Game 4 - Q's@Bucks 99-110, tied 2-2
SF Erving 25p + 12r, PF Leaks 22p + 11r, PF Moore 13p + 8r, PG Weiss 8p + 10a

Game 5 - Bucks@Q's 90-76, Bucks lead 3-2
PF Leaks 22p +13r, SF Erving 21p + 11r

Game 6 - Q's@Bucks 93-97, Bucks win 4-2 :cry:
SF Erving 29p + 10r, PF Leaks 25p + 10r, PF Moore 5p + 12r

West -
(1) Indiana Pacers 4, (8 ) San Diego Rockets 1
(5) Los Angeles Lakers 4, (4) Seattle SuperSonics 1
(7) Milwaukee Bucks 4, (2) San Diego Q's 2
(6) Golden State Warriors 4, (3) Kansas City-Omaha Kings 3

East -
(1) Pittsburgh Condors 4, (8 ) Boston Celtics 3
(4) Buffalo Braves 4, (5) Carolina Cougars 2
(2) Virginia Squires 4, (7) Kentucky Colonels 2
(6) New York Knicks 4, (3) Cleveland Cavaliers 2

Conference Semi-Finals:

West -
(5) Lakers 4, (1) Pacers 1
(6) Warriors 4, (7) Bucks 3

East -
(1) Condors 4, (4) Braves 1
(2) Squires 4, (6) Knicks 1

Conference Finals:

West -
(5) Lakers 4, (6) Warriors 2

East -
(2) Squires 4, (1) Condors 2

Finals:
(E2) Squires 4, (W5) Lakers 3

- Virginia Squires is the 1972 champion. PG Charlie Scott of the Squires is the Playoff MVP. His statline is 25.3 ppg + 9.3 apg + 5.6 rpg + 1.8 spg.

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 Post subject: Season 1972 - End of Season
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Season 1972 - End of Season

- The salary cap raised from 26.5m to 27m. The Q's over it by 5.64m.

Re-sign and Retirement:

- The Q's have 5 FAs this time, with SF John Tresvant and SG Keith Erickson (3.58m this season) are interested to stay, yet the former was already dropped from the Q's building plan, and the latter was seeking way too much from the team's budget (asking for 2yrs/6.68m). Therefore both of them would leave with SF John Block, SG Fred Hilton and PG Mike Gale. The Q's caproom raised to 4.39m in return.

Draft Lottery:

- Following are the teams which attend the draft lottery, ranked by their chance for the 1st pick: Memphis Tams, Phoenix Suns, Denver Rockets, Dallas Chaparrals, Baltimore Bullets, The Floridians, Portland Trail Blazers, New York Nets, Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls, Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Hawks and Utah Stars.

- The Suns finally got the 1st pick, followed by the Rockets (DN), resulting the Tams slipped to the 3rd pick.

Around the League:

- Two big names re-signed at this stage. C Wilt Chamberlain (37, 24.4 ppg + 10.3 rpg + 2.2 bpg) stayed with the Lakers by a 2yrs/11.3m contract. PF Jim Fox (30, 14.0 ppg + 9.8 rpg) stayed with the Cougars by a 3yrs/8.0m contract.

- PG Lenny Wilkens of the SuperSonics retired at 35. His career average stats are 20.6 ppg + 10.9 apg + 4.6 rpg + 2.2 spg. He is also a 2-time all-star and be selected for the All-League second team twice.

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 Post subject: Season 1973 - Rookie Draft
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Season 1973 - Rookie Draft

2 teams changed their names in 1973: Dallas Chaparrals to San Antonio Spurs, and Baltimore Bullets to Capital Bullets.

Q's Pre-Draft Roster:

PF Manny Leaks, 28, 6'8", 230, A-, C-, C-, B+, A-, B
PF Otto Moore, 27, 6'11", 205, B, D, D, A, A-, A
PF Dale Schlueter, 28, 6'10", 225, B-, C-, C, B-, B+, B
PF LaRue Martin, 23, 6'11", 210, C+, D+, D, B, B+, C
SF Julius Erving, 23, 6'7", 200, A, C+, C+, A+, A, A
SG Warren Jabali, 27, 6'2", 200, C+, B, C+, A+, C+, A
PG Bob Weiss, 31, 6'3", 180, C+, C, A, A-, D, B

1973 Rookie Draft:

The Q's again only has the 1st round pick (26th overall), as the 2nd round pick (57th overall) was dealt to the Chicago Bulls in 1971 via the Bob Weiss trade. The Q's desparately need to fill holes in backcourt after the only left behind player of the expansion SG Keith Erickson, PG Mike Gale and SG Fred Hilton left the team via FA.

1st round -

1 - Suns - C Caldwell Jones (B+, C-, C-, A+, A, B)
2 - Rockets (DN) - C Swen Nater (B+, C-, C-, A-, A, A)
3 - Tams - PG Bo Lamar (B, B, B-, A-, C-, B)
4 - Spurs - PG John Williamson (B-, C, B-, A-, D+, A)
5 - Bullets - C Dwight Jones (B-, C-, D+, A-, B+, B)
6 - Floridians - PF Mike Green (B+, C-, D+, A, A-, B)
7 - Blazers - PF Larry Kenon (B+, C-, D+, C+, A-, A)
8 - Nets - SF Ron Behagen (B-, C, C, B, B+, B)
9 - Pistons - PG Ernie DiGregorio (C+, C, A, C, D+, C)
10 - Bulls - C Kevin Kunnert (C+, C-, D+, A-, A-, B)
11 - 76ers - C Luke Witte (C+, C-, D, A-, B+, C)
12 - Hawks - PF Charlie Edge (B, C-, D+, A-, B+, C)
13 - Stars - PG Donald Watts (C+, C-, B+, A-, C- ,B)
14 - Colonels - PG George Karl (C+, C, C+, B+, D+, C)
15 - Celtics - PF Roy Ebron (B, D, D, A-, A-, C)
16 - Rockets (SD) - SF Jim O'Brien (C+, C, C, A+, C, C)
17 - Cougars - PF Mike Bantom (B-, C-, C, B, B-, B)
18 - Knicks - PF Kermit Washington (B-, D+, D, B+, A-, B)
19 - Bucks - PG Bird Averitt (B-, C-, C, B+, D+, B)
20 - Warriors - SF Jim Bradley (B-, C-, D+, A-, C+, C)
21 - Braves - PF Tim Bassett (B-, D+, C-, B-, B+, B)
22 - Lakers - SF Nick Weatherspoon (C+, C-, D+, A-, B+, B)
23 - Cavaliers - SF Ed Ratleff (C, C-, C, A-, C, B)
24 - SuperSonics - PG Wil Robinson (C+, C, C+, A-, C-, C)
25 - Condors - PF Larry McNeill (B-, C-, D-, B, C+, B)
26 - Q's - PG Bernie Fryer (C+, C-, B-, B+, C-, C)
27 - Pacers - SF John Brown (B-, C-, C, C+, B-, C)
28 - Kings - SG Pat McFarland (C+, C, C, B+, C, B)
29 - Squires - PF Bruce Seals (C+, C, D, B+, C+, B)

2nd round -

30 - Tams - PG Kevin Joyce
31 - Suns - SF Allan Bristow
32 - Rockets (DN) - SF Mel Davis
33 - Floridians - PF Jim Brewer
34 - Bullets - PF Derrek ****
35 - Spurs - PG Mike D'Antoni
36 - Nets - SF Billy Schaeffer
37 - Blazers - SG Ron King
38 - Pistons - PF Joe Reaves
39 - 76ers - PF E.C. Coleman
40 - Bulls - SG Louie Nelson
41 - Hawks - SF Thomas Kozelko
42 - Celtics - PF Ronnie Robinson
43 - Colonels - SG Gary Melchionni
44 - Stars - SG Doug Collins
45 - Cougars - PG Larry Finch
46 - Rockets (SD) - SG Tom Ingelsby
47 - Knicks - SG Jerry Pender
48 - Bucks - SG Nate Hawthorne
49 - Warriors - PG Ken Charles
50 - Braves - PF Billy Parkhill
51 - Lakers - SF Phil Hankinson
52 - Cavaliers - SF Rod Freeman
53 - Squires - SG Jim Owens
54 - SuperSonics - SF Steve Downing
55 - Condors - PG Mark Sibley
56 - Kings - SG Dennis Bell
57 - Bulls (via Q's) - SF Mike Macaluso
58 - Pacers - SF Vester Marshall

Q's Roundup:

- The Q's ended up with a playmaker, which definitely was drafted by team need, as well as the best available at that time. Just a so-so pick, but at least PG Bernie Fryer is capable to backup PG Bob Weiss.

- Just after the draft, the Nets offered PG Jim Cleamons (24, C, C+, C+, A, D+, C, 2yrs/4m) for PF Dale Schlueter (28, B-, C-, C, B-, B+, B, 1yrs/653k). This was turned down without hesitation.

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Is this root league and corresponding draft files available or was this created by Honny for his own personal use?

Thanks in advance for answering.


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Not sure, you might want to try to PM him with a question in case he doesnt check here often.

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LOL

Yes I guess that wouldhave been the best thing to do intially. :oops:

Sorry for wasting you time but I do appreciate the quick response MUNS.

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Na never a problem, hope you get what you are looking for

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