1978-79 San Antonio Spurs Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 48-34
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 7-7 Lost conference finals
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3
Conference Finals - Lost to Washington Bullets 4-3
Coach: Doug Moe (48-34)
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 489,207, Avg. 11,932 in 41 home dates
1978-79 San Antonio Spurs Statistics
1978-79 San Antonio Spurs Results

The San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association ended the 1978-79 season with a record of 48 wins and 34 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-7. Doug Moe coached the team. The 1978-79 San Antonio Spurs lost in the conference finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Allan BristowF-GAugust 23, 19516'7"210Virginia TechRichmond, VA USA
Louie DampierGNovember 20, 19446'0"170KentuckyIndianapolis, IN USA
Coby DietrickC-FJuly 23, 19486'10"220San Jose StateRiverside, CA USA
Mike GaleGJuly 18, 19506'4"185Elizabeth City StatePhiladelphia, PA USA
George GervinG-FApril 27, 19526'7"180Eastern MichiganDetroit, MI USA
Mike GreenC-FAugust 6, 19516'10"200Louisiana TechMcComb, MS USA
Larry KenonFDecember 13, 19526'9"205Memphis StateBirmingham, AL USA
Glenn MosleyFDecember 26, 19556'8"195Seton HallNewark, NJ USA
Mark OlberdingFApril 21, 19566'8"225MinnesotaMelrose, MN USA
Billy PaultzC-FJuly 30, 19486'11"235St. John's (NY)River Edge, NJ USA
Frankie SandersF-GJanuary 23, 19576'6"195SouthernDayton, OH USA
James SilasGFebruary 11, 19496'1"180Stephen F. Austin StateTallulah, LA USA


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