1967-68 Seattle Supersonics Statistics

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 23-59
Finishing 5th in the NBA's Western Division
Coach: Al Bianchi (23-59)
Location: Seattle, Washington
Attendance: 202,263, Avg. 6,525 in 31 home dates
1967-68 Seattle Supersonics Roster
1967-68 Seattle Supersonics Results

The Seattle Supersonics of the National Basketball Association ended the 1967-68 season with a record of 23 wins and 59 losses, finishing fifth in the NBA's Western Division.

The Supersonics scored 9,732 points and allowed 10,261, most in the circuit. Mahdi Abdul-Rahman scored a team-high 1,894 points for Seattle, while Tom Meschery contributed 840 rebounds. Mahdi Abdul-Rahman dished out 493 assists for the squad.

Al Bianchi coached the team.

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Player Totals:

Player Pos GP Min FGA FGM 3PA 3PM FTA FTM Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Mahdi Abdul-RahmanG7926661662733553428003324930002461894
Bob RuleC-F822424116256852934800776990003161484
Tom MescheryF8228571008473345244008401930003231190
Al TuckerF812368989437263186006051110002621060
Rod ThornG661668835377342252002652300001171006
Bob WeissG82161468629525421300150342000137803
Tommy KronG76179469927723318400355281000231738
Dorie MurreyF-C8114944842112441680060068000273590
George WilsonC7712364981791551090047056000218467
Bud OlsenF-C7389728513062170020475000136277
Henry AkinC-F3625913746312000571400048112
Plummer LottF-G4447814846311900933600065111
Totals85919755859337720030422188004747199800023729732


Player Averages:

Player Pos GP MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Mahdi Abdul-RahmanG7933.744.177.40.00.04.26.20.00.00.03.124.0
Bob RuleC-F8229.648.965.80.00.09.51.20.00.00.03.918.1
Tom MescheryF8234.846.970.70.00.010.22.40.00.00.03.914.5
Al TuckerF8129.244.270.70.00.07.51.40.00.00.03.213.1
Rod ThornG6625.345.173.70.00.04.03.50.00.00.01.815.2
Bob WeissG8219.743.083.90.00.01.84.20.00.00.01.79.8
Tommy KronG7623.639.679.00.00.04.73.70.00.00.03.09.7
Dorie MurreyF-C8118.443.668.90.00.07.40.80.00.00.03.47.3
George WilsonC7716.135.970.30.00.06.10.70.00.00.02.86.1
Bud OlsenF-C7312.345.627.40.00.02.81.00.00.00.01.93.8
Henry AkinC-F367.233.664.50.00.01.60.40.00.00.01.33.1
Plummer LottF-G4410.931.161.30.00.02.10.80.00.00.01.52.5
Averages85923.043.971.90.00.05.52.30.00.00.02.811.3


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