1969-70 Seattle Supersonics Statistics

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 36-46
Finishing 5th in the NBA's Western Division
Coach: Lenny Wilkens (36-46)
Location: Seattle, Washington
Attendance: 278,444, Avg. 7,735 in 36 home dates
1969-70 Seattle Supersonics Roster
1969-70 Seattle Supersonics Results

The Seattle Supersonics of the National Basketball Association ended the 1969-70 season with a record of 36 wins and 46 losses, finishing fifth in the NBA's Western Division.

The Supersonics poured in 9,589 points and yielded 9,796. Bob Rule scored a team-high 1,965 points for Seattle and racked up 825 rebounds. Lenny Wilkens dished out 683 assists for the squad.

Lenny Wilkens 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
Bob RuleC-F8029591705789542387008251440002781965
Lenny WilkensG7528021066448556438003786830002121334
Bob BoozerF8225491005493320263007171100002371249
Dick SnyderG-F762290818434200162003083330002571030
Tom MescheryF80229481839424819600666157000317984
Lucius AllenG81181769230624918200211342000201794
Barry ClemensF78148759527014011100316116000188651
John TresvantF-C4912785072172491830036295000164617
Dorie MurreyF-C8110793431531861360035776000191442
Lee WinfieldG6477128813811687009810200095363
Art HarrisG51787328940019200001160
Rod ThornG1910545202415001617000855
Erwin MuellerC-F46932139400146000630
Joe KennedyF1482343220020700078
Al HairstonG3208311005600037
Totals79119780802937090028512171004312221400021759589


Player Averages:

Player Pos GP MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Bob RuleC-F8037.046.371.40.00.010.31.80.00.00.03.524.6
Lenny WilkensG7537.442.078.80.00.05.09.10.00.00.02.817.8
Bob BoozerF8231.149.182.20.00.08.71.30.00.00.02.915.2
Dick SnyderG-F7630.153.181.00.00.04.14.40.00.00.03.413.6
Tom MescheryF8028.748.279.00.00.08.32.00.00.00.04.012.3
Lucius AllenG8122.444.273.10.00.02.64.20.00.00.02.59.8
Barry ClemensF7819.145.479.30.00.04.11.50.00.00.02.48.3
John TresvantF-C4926.142.873.50.00.07.41.90.00.00.03.312.6
Dorie MurreyF-C8113.344.673.10.00.04.40.90.00.00.02.45.5
Lee WinfieldG6412.047.975.00.00.01.51.60.00.00.01.55.7
Art HarrisG535.638.444.40.00.03.84.00.00.00.02.212.0
Rod ThornG195.544.462.50.00.00.80.90.00.00.00.42.9
Erwin MuellerC-F417.340.644.40.00.03.51.50.00.00.01.57.5
Joe KennedyF145.98.8100.00.00.01.40.50.00.00.00.50.6
Al HairstonG36.737.5100.00.00.01.72.00.00.00.01.02.3
Averages79125.046.276.10.00.05.52.80.00.00.02.712.1


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