1976-77 Washington Bullets Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 48-34
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 4-5 Lost conference semi-finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Cleveland Cavaliers 2-1
Conference Semifinals - Lost to Houston Rockets 4-2
Coach: Dick Motta (48-34)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 467,745, Avg. 11,408 in 41 home dates
1976-77 Washington Bullets Statistics
1976-77 Washington Bullets Results

The Washington Bullets of the National Basketball Association ended the 1976-77 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 4-5. Dick Motta coached the team. The 1976-77 Washington Bullets lost in the conference semi-finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Dave BingGNovember 24, 19436'3"180SyracuseWashington, DC USA
Phil ChenierGOctober 30, 19506'3"180CaliforniaBerkeley, CA USA
Leonard GrayFDecember 19, 19516'8"240Long Beach StateKansas City, KS USA
Kevin GreveyG-FMay 12, 19536'5"205KentuckyHamilton, OH USA
Elvin HayesF-CNovember 17, 19456'9"235HoustonRayville, LA USA
Tom HendersonGJanuary 26, 19526'3"190HawaiiNewberry, SC USA
Jimmy JonesG-FJanuary 1, 19456'4"188GramblingTallulah, LA USA
Mitch KupchakF-CMay 24, 19546'9"230North CarolinaHicksville, NY USA
Joe PaceCDecember 18, 19536'10"220Maryland Eastern ShoreNew Brunswick, NJ USA
Mike RiordanG-FJuly 9, 19456'4"200ProvidenceNew York, NY USA
Truck RobinsonF-COctober 4, 19516'7"225Tennessee StateJacksonville, FL USA
Wes UnseldC-FMarch 14, 19466'7"245LouisvilleLouisville, KY USA
Nick WeatherspoonFJuly 20, 19506'7"195IllinoisGreenwood, MS USA
Bob WeissGMay 7, 19426'2"180Penn StateEaston, PA USA
Larry WrightGNovember 23, 19546'0"160GramblingMonroe, LA USA


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