1949-50 St. Louis Bombers Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 26-42
Finishing 5th in the NBA's Central Division
Coach: Grady Lewis (26-42)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
1949-50 St. Louis Bombers Statistics
1949-50 St. Louis Bombers Results

The St. Louis Bombers of the National Basketball Association ended the 1949-50 season with a record of 26 wins and 42 losses, finishing fifth in the NBA's Central Division.

The Bombers scored 5,010 points and allowed 5,202. Ed Macauley scored a team-best 1,081 points for St. Louis, while John Logan and Belus Smawley netted 12 or more per game as well. John Logan dished out 240 assists for the squad.

Grady Lewis coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
John LoganGJanuary 1, 19216'2"175IndianaRichmond, IN USA
Ed MacauleyC-FMarch 22, 19286'8"185St. LouisSt. Louis, MO USA
Ariel MaughanFApril 26, 19236'4"190Utah StateSalt Lake City, UT USA
Mike McCarronGMarch 2, 19225'11"175Seton Hall
Dermie O'ConnellGApril 13, 19286'0"174Holy Cross
Johnny OrrFJune 10, 19276'3"190BeloitYale, KS USA
Mac OttenF-CDecember 16, 19256'7"220Bowling GreenBellefontaine, OH USA
Easy ParhamF-GDecember 27, 19216'3"200Texas WesleyanFort Worth, TX USA
Don PutmanGNovember 13, 19226'0"160DenverWray, CO USA
Bill RobertsCMarch 3, 19256'8"195WyomingFort Wayne, IN USA
Red RochaC-FSeptember 18, 19236'8"185Oregon StateHilo, HI USA
Belus SmawleyG-FMarch 20, 19186'1"195Applachian StateGolden Valley, NC USA
Mike TodorovichF-CJune 11, 19236'5"205WyomingZeigler, IL USA
D.C. WilcuttGMarch 25, 19236'2"160St. LouisPatton, AL USA