1967-68 Baltimore Bullets Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 36-46
Finishing 6th in the NBA's Eastern Division
Coach: Gene Shue (36-46)
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Attendance: 171,146, Avg. 4,754 in 36 home dates
1967-68 Baltimore Bullets Statistics
1967-68 Baltimore Bullets Results

The Baltimore Bullets of the National Basketball Association ended the 1967-68 season with a record of 36 wins and 46 losses, finishing sixth in the NBA's Eastern Division.

The Bullets racked up 9,627 points and gave up 9,659. Earl Monroe scored a team-best 1,991 points for Baltimore, while Gus Johnson netted 19 or more per game, too. Ray Scott racked up 1,111 rebounds. Earl Monroe dished out 349 assists for the squad.

Gene Shue coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Johnny EganGJanuary 31, 19395'11"180ProvidenceHartford, CT USA
Leroy EllisC-FMarch 10, 19406'10"210St. John's (NY)Far Rockaway, NY USA
Bob FerryC-FMay 31, 19376'8"230St. LouisSt. Louis, MO USA
Gus JohnsonF-CDecember 13, 19356'5"230IdahoAkron, OH USA
Kevin LougheryGMarch 28, 19406'3"190St. John's (NY)Brooklyn, NY USA
Ed ManningFJanuary 2, 19436'7"210Jackson StateSummit, MS USA
Jack MarinF-GOctober 12, 19446'6"200DukeSharon, PA USA
Stan McKenzieF-GOctober 6, 19446'5"195NYUMiami, FL USA
Earl MonroeGNovember 21, 19446'3"185Winston-Salem StatePhiladelphia, PA USA
Don OhlGApril 18, 19366'3"190IllinoisMurphysboro, IL USA
Ray ScottF-CJuly 12, 19386'9"215PortlandPhiladelphia, PA USA
Roland WestGJune 6, 19446'4"175Cincinnati
Tom WorkmanF-CNovember 14, 19446'7"218SeattleSeattle, WA USA



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