1972-73 Baltimore Bullets Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 52-30
Finishing 1st in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 1-4 Lost conference semifinals
Conference Semifinals - Lost to New York Knicks 4-1
Coach: Gene Shue (52-30)
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Attendance: 263,660, Avg. 6,431 in 41 home dates
1972-73 Baltimore Bullets Statistics
1972-73 Baltimore Bullets Results

The Baltimore Bullets of the National Basketball Association ended the 1972-73 season with a record of 52 wins and 30 losses, finishing first in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-4.

The Bullets racked up 8,606 points and allowed 8,331. Elvin Hayes scored a team-best 1,717 points for Baltimore, while Phil Chenier and Mike Riordan contributed 17 or more per game as well. Wes Unseld accounted for 1,260 rebounds. Mike Riordan dished out 426 assists for the squad.

Gene Shue coached the team. The 1972-73 Baltimore Bullets lost in the conference semifinals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Phil ChenierGOctober 30, 19506'3"180CaliforniaBerkeley, CA USA
Archie ClarkGJuly 15, 19416'2"175MinnesotaConway, AR USA
Mike DavisGJuly 26, 19466'3"185Virginia UnionBrooklyn, NY USA
Terry DriscollFAugust 28, 19476'7"215Boston CollegeWinthrop, MA USA
Elvin HayesF-CNovember 17, 19456'9"235HoustonRayville, LA USA
Stan LoveFApril 9, 19496'9"215OregonLos Angeles, CA USA
Tom PattersonFOctober 15, 19486'6"220Ouachita Baptist
Kevin PorterGApril 17, 19506'0"170St. Francis (PA)Chicago, IL USA
Rich RinaldiGAugust 3, 19496'3"195St. Peter's
Mike RiordanG-FJuly 9, 19456'4"200ProvidenceNew York, NY USA
Flynn RobinsonGApril 28, 19416'1"185WyomingMurphysboro, IL USA
Dave StallworthF-CDecember 20, 19416'7"200Wichita StateDallas, TX USA
John TresvantF-CNovember 6, 19396'7"215SeattleWashington, DC USA
Wes UnseldC-FMarch 14, 19466'7"245LouisvilleLouisville, KY USA


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