1946-47 St. Louis Bombers Roster

Basketball Association of America (BAA)
Team Record: 38-23
Finishing 2nd in the BAA's Western Division
Postseason: 1-2 Lost first round
Quarterfinals - Lost to Philadelphia Warriors 2-1
Coach: Ken Loeffler (38-23)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
1946-47 St. Louis Bombers Statistics
1946-47 St. Louis Bombers Results

The St. Louis Bombers of the Basketball Association of America ended the 1946-47 season with a record of 38 wins and 23 losses, finishing second in the BAA's Western Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-2.

The Bombers tossed in 4,064 points and allowed 3,911. John Logan scored a team-best 770 points for St. Louis, and John Logan dished out 78 assists for the squad.

Ken Loeffler coached the team. The 1946-47 St. Louis Bombers lost in the first round.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Herschel BaltimoreFJune 21, 19216'4"195Penn State(ht) New Castle, PA USA
John BarrFAugust 8, 19186'3"205Penn State
Aubrey DavisG-FMarch 28, 19216'2"175Oklahoma Baptist
Bob DollF-CAugust 10, 19196'4"195ColoradoSteamboat Springs, CO USA
Cecil HankinsGJanuary 6, 19226'1"175Oklahoma A&M
Fred JacobsFDecember 2, 19226'3"175Denver(ht) Fountain, CO USA
John LoganGJanuary 1, 19216'2"175IndianaRichmond, IN USA
Don MartinC-FFebruary 7, 19206'7"210Central Missouri
George MunroeGJanuary 5, 19225'11"160DartmouthJoliet, IL USA
Don PutmanGNovember 13, 19226'0"160DenverWray, CO USA
Giff RouxF-CJune 28, 19236'5"195Kansas
Ralph SiewertCDecember 31, 19237'1"230Dakota Wesleyan
Belus SmawleyG-FMarch 20, 19186'1"195Applachian StateGolden Valley, NC USA
Deb SmithFJanuary 7, 19206'3"180UtahPaul, ID USA