1975-76 Golden State Warriors Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 59-23
Finishing 1st in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 7-6 Lost conference finals
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Detroit Pistons 4-2
Conference Finals - Lost to Phoenix Suns 4-3
Coach: Al Attles (59-23)
Location: Oakland, California
Attendance: 490,846, Avg. 11,972 in 41 home dates
1975-76 Golden State Warriors Statistics
1975-76 Golden State Warriors Results

The Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association ended the 1975-76 season with a record of 59 wins and 23 losses, finishing first in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-6.

The Warriors scored 9,002 points, best in the league. Golden State conceded 8,457 points. Rick Barry netted a team-best 1,701 points for the team, while Phil Smith averaged 18 or more per game, too. Clifford Ray contributed 776 rebounds. Rick Barry dished out 496 assists for the squad.

Defensively, Rick Barry added 202 steals, and George Johnson swatted 174 opponent shot attempts.

Al Attles coached the team. The 1975-76 Golden State Warriors lost in the conference finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Rick BarryFMarch 28, 19446'7"205Miami (FL)Elizabeth, NJ USA
Dwight DavisFOctober 28, 19496'8"220HoustonHouston, TX USA
Derrek DickeyFMarch 20, 19516'7"218CincinnatiCincinnati, OH USA
Charles DudleyGMarch 5, 19506'2"180WashingtonHarrisburg, PA USA
Robert HawkinsGJune 30, 19546'4"190Illinois StateDetroit, MI USA
Charles JohnsonGMarch 31, 19496'0"170CaliforniaCorpus Christi, TX USA
George JohnsonC-FDecember 18, 19486'11"205DillardTylertown, MS USA
Jeff MullinsG-FMarch 18, 19426'4"190DukeAstoria, NY USA
Clifford RayCJanuary 21, 19496'9"230OklahomaUnion, SC USA
Phil SmithGApril 22, 19526'4"185San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA USA
Jamaal WilkesF-GMay 2, 19536'6"190UCLABerkeley, CA USA
Gus WilliamsGOctober 10, 19536'2"175USCMount Vernon, NY USA