1979-80 Seattle Supersonics Game-by-Game Results

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 56-26
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 7-8 Lost conference finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Portland Trail Blazers 2-1
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-3
Conference Finals - Lost to Los Angeles Lakers 4-1
Coach: Lenny Wilkens (56-26)
Location: Seattle, Washington
Attendance: 890,713, Avg. 21,725 in 41 home dates
1979-80 Seattle Supersonics Statistics
1979-80 Seattle Supersonics Roster

The Seattle Supersonics of the National Basketball Association ended the 1979-80 season with a record of 56 wins and 26 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-8.

Seattle racked up 8,897 points and yielded 8,515. Gus Williams scored a team-high 1,816 points for the Supersonics, and Dennis Johnson contributed 17 or more per game also. Jack Sikma accounted for 908 rebounds. John Johnson dished out 424 assists for the squad.

Defensively, Gus Williams added 200 steals.

Lenny Wilkens coached the team. The 1979-80 Seattle Supersonics lost in the conference finals.

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Regular Season Points For: 8897
Regular Season Points Against: 8515

Date Game Res Home Road Record
October 14, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 93 at San Diego Clippers 98 L 0-0 0-1 0-1
October 16, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 86 at Phoenix Suns 102 L 0-0 0-2 0-2
October 17, 1979 Los Angeles Lakers 110 at Seattle Supersonics 112 W 1-0 0-2 1-2
October 19, 1979 San Diego Clippers 98 at Seattle Supersonics 106 W 2-0 0-2 2-2
October 21, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 97 at Los Angeles Lakers 106 L 2-0 0-3 2-3
October 24, 1979 Kansas City Kings 92 at Seattle Supersonics 105 W 3-0 0-3 3-3
October 26, 1979 Phoenix Suns 92 at Seattle Supersonics 86 L 3-1 0-3 3-4
October 27, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 105 at San Diego Clippers 110 L 3-1 0-4 3-5
October 28, 1979 Chicago Bulls 97 at Seattle Supersonics 108 W 4-1 0-4 4-5
October 31, 1979 Denver Nuggets 89 at Seattle Supersonics 97 W 5-1 0-4 5-5
November 2, 1979 San Antonio Spurs 107 at Seattle Supersonics 117 W 6-1 0-4 6-5
November 4, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 114 at Milwaukee Bucks 101 W 6-1 1-4 7-5
November 6, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 114 at Chicago Bulls 97 W 6-1 2-4 8-5
November 7, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 92 at Denver Nuggets 113 L 6-1 2-5 8-6
November 10, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 88 at Utah Jazz 87 W 6-1 3-5 9-6
November 14, 1979 Milwaukee Bucks 117 at Seattle Supersonics 136 W 7-1 3-5 10-6
November 16, 1979 Cleveland Cavaliers 100 at Seattle Supersonics 108 W 8-1 3-5 11-6
November 17, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 108 at Golden State Warriors 103 W 8-1 4-5 12-6
November 18, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 95 at Portland Trail Blazers 100 L 8-1 4-6 12-7
November 21, 1979 Los Angeles Lakers 110 at Seattle Supersonics 119 W 9-1 4-6 13-7
November 23, 1979 Portland Trail Blazers 90 at Seattle Supersonics 94 W 10-1 4-6 14-7
November 28, 1979 Phoenix Suns 116 at Seattle Supersonics 127 W 11-1 4-6 15-7
November 30, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 107 at Kansas City Kings 102 W 11-1 5-6 16-7 OT
December 1, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 95 at Utah Jazz 97 L 11-1 5-7 16-8
December 2, 1979 Golden State Warriors 98 at Seattle Supersonics 111 W 12-1 5-7 17-8
December 5, 1979 Utah Jazz 96 at Seattle Supersonics 115 W 13-1 5-7 18-8
December 8, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 125 at Golden State Warriors 100 W 13-1 6-7 19-8
December 9, 1979 Chicago Bulls 121 at Seattle Supersonics 112 L 13-2 6-7 19-9
December 11, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 103 at Milwaukee Bucks 99 W 13-2 7-7 20-9
December 12, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 112 at Indiana Pacers 107 W 13-2 8-7 21-9
December 14, 1979 Houston Rockets 101 at Seattle Supersonics 109 W 14-2 8-7 22-9
December 16, 1979 Denver Nuggets 121 at Seattle Supersonics 123 W 15-2 8-7 23-9
December 19, 1979 New Jersey Nets 122 at Seattle Supersonics 114 L 15-3 8-7 23-10
December 21, 1979 New York Knicks 102 at Seattle Supersonics 121 W 16-3 8-7 24-10
December 23, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 97 at Los Angeles Lakers 102 L 16-3 8-8 24-11
December 26, 1979 San Diego Clippers 104 at Seattle Supersonics 124 W 17-3 8-8 25-11
December 28, 1979 Portland Trail Blazers 97 at Seattle Supersonics 126 W 18-3 8-8 26-11
December 30, 1979 Seattle Supersonics 107 at Portland Trail Blazers 100 W 18-3 9-8 27-11
January 2, 1980 Washington Bullets 139 at Seattle Supersonics 134 L 18-4 9-8 27-12 2OT
January 4, 1980 Detroit Pistons 105 at Seattle Supersonics 123 W 19-4 9-8 28-12
January 5, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 121 at Golden State Warriors 112 W 19-4 10-8 29-12
January 6, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 103 at San Diego Clippers 105 L 19-4 10-9 29-13
January 9, 1980 Indiana Pacers 111 at Seattle Supersonics 120 W 20-4 10-9 30-13
January 11, 1980 Utah Jazz 90 at Seattle Supersonics 100 W 21-4 10-9 31-13
January 12, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 105 at Denver Nuggets 102 W 21-4 11-9 32-13
January 13, 1980 Golden State Warriors 101 at Seattle Supersonics 109 W 22-4 11-9 33-13
January 15, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 120 at Washington Bullets 100 W 22-4 12-9 34-13
January 18, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 124 at New York Knicks 117 W 22-4 13-9 35-13
January 20, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 108 at Boston Celtics 106 W 22-4 14-9 36-13 2OT
January 23, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 98 at Atlanta Hawks 96 W 22-4 15-9 37-13
January 25, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 116 at San Antonio Spurs 125 L 22-4 15-10 37-14
January 26, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 111 at Houston Rockets 123 L 22-4 15-11 37-15
January 30, 1980 Kansas City Kings 99 at Seattle Supersonics 97 L 22-5 15-11 37-16
January 31, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 101 at Seattle Supersonics 105 W 23-5 15-11 38-16
February 5, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 123 at Cleveland Cavaliers 121 W 23-5 16-11 39-16
February 7, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 119 at Detroit Pistons 102 W 23-5 17-11 40-16
February 8, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 109 at Philadelphia 76ers 94 W 23-5 18-11 41-16
February 10, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 122 at New Jersey Nets 107 W 23-5 19-11 42-16
February 13, 1980 Atlanta Hawks 86 at Seattle Supersonics 93 W 24-5 19-11 43-16
February 14, 1980 Denver Nuggets 84 at Seattle Supersonics 93 W 25-5 19-11 44-16
February 17, 1980 Boston Celtics 108 at Seattle Supersonics 109 W 26-5 19-11 45-16
February 19, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 106 at Chicago Bulls 115 L 26-5 19-12 45-17
February 20, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 105 at Kansas City Kings 107 L 26-5 19-13 45-18
February 23, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 105 at Utah Jazz 95 W 26-5 20-13 46-18
February 26, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 108 at Los Angeles Lakers 131 L 26-5 20-14 46-19
February 27, 1980 Philadelphia 76ers 101 at Seattle Supersonics 98 L 26-6 20-14 46-20 OT
February 29, 1980 Chicago Bulls 101 at Seattle Supersonics 108 W 27-6 20-14 47-20
March 2, 1980 Utah Jazz 91 at Seattle Supersonics 103 W 28-6 20-14 48-20
March 4, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 98 at Portland Trail Blazers 97 W 28-6 21-14 49-20
March 5, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 111 at Phoenix Suns 127 L 28-6 21-15 49-21
March 8, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 104 at Denver Nuggets 97 W 28-6 22-15 50-21
March 9, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 93 at Kansas City Kings 113 L 28-6 22-16 50-22
March 12, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 103 at Milwaukee Bucks 112 L 28-6 22-17 50-23
March 14, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 122 at Chicago Bulls 101 W 28-6 23-17 51-23
March 19, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 108 at Seattle Supersonics 106 L 28-7 23-17 51-24
March 21, 1980 San Diego Clippers 104 at Seattle Supersonics 107 W 29-7 23-17 52-24
March 22, 1980 Los Angeles Lakers 97 at Seattle Supersonics 92 L 29-8 23-17 52-25
March 23, 1980 Kansas City Kings 90 at Seattle Supersonics 112 W 30-8 23-17 53-25
March 25, 1980 Phoenix Suns 95 at Seattle Supersonics 104 W 31-8 23-17 54-25
March 26, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 99 at Phoenix Suns 109 L 31-8 23-18 54-26
March 28, 1980 Golden State Warriors 82 at Seattle Supersonics 108 W 32-8 23-18 55-26
March 30, 1980 Portland Trail Blazers 104 at Seattle Supersonics 135 W 33-8 23-18 56-26
April 2, 1980 Portland Trail Blazers 110 at Seattle Supersonics 120 W 1-0 0-0 1-0
April 4, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 95 at Portland Trail Blazers 105 L 1-0 0-1 1-1 OT
April 6, 1980 Portland Trail Blazers 86 at Seattle Supersonics 103 W 2-0 0-1 2-1
April 8, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 113 at Seattle Supersonics 114 W 3-0 0-1 3-1 OT
April 9, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 114 at Seattle Supersonics 112 L 3-1 0-1 3-2 OT
April 11, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 91 at Milwaukee Bucks 95 L 3-1 0-2 3-3
April 13, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 112 at Milwaukee Bucks 107 W 3-1 1-2 4-3
April 15, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 108 at Seattle Supersonics 97 L 3-2 1-2 4-4
April 18, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 86 at Milwaukee Bucks 85 W 3-2 2-2 5-4
April 20, 1980 Milwaukee Bucks 94 at Seattle Supersonics 98 W 4-2 2-2 6-4
April 22, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 108 at Los Angeles Lakers 107 W 4-2 3-2 7-4
April 23, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 99 at Los Angeles Lakers 108 L 4-2 3-3 7-5
April 25, 1980 Los Angeles Lakers 104 at Seattle Supersonics 100 L 4-3 3-3 7-6
April 27, 1980 Los Angeles Lakers 98 at Seattle Supersonics 93 L 4-4 3-3 7-7
April 30, 1980 Seattle Supersonics 105 at Los Angeles Lakers 111 L 4-4 3-4 7-8


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