Boston Celtics Regular Season Rosters
1969-1970 Boston Celtics Regular Season Roster
1969-1970 Boston Depth Chart
|Starters||L. Siegfried||J. Havlicek||D. Nelson||B. Howell||S. Sanders|
|Rotation||E. Bryant||J. White||R. Johnson||S. Kuberski||H. Finkel|
|Rotation||D. Chaney||J. Barnes||R. Niemann|
|Lim PT||B. Dinwiddie|
1969-1970 Eastern Division Standings
|1||New York Knicks||60-22||-|
1969-1970 Boston Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|John Havlicek||All-NBA Second Team (1970)
|John Havlicek||All-NBA Defensive Second Team (1970)
|Jo Jo White||All-Rookie First Team (1970)
|John Havlicek||Eastern All-Star Fan Vote Selection (1970)
1969-1970 Boston Season Stat Leaders
|Jo Jo White||60||22.1||12.2||2.8||2.4|
1969-1970 Boston Celtics Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Trade
Jim Barnes was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Chicago Bulls on December 1, 1968.
Emmette Bryant was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Phoenix Suns on August 27, 1968.
Bill Dinwiddie was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Cincinnati Royals on November 18, 1969.
Hank Finkel was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the San Diego Rockets on August 22, 1969.
Bailey Howell was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Washington Wizards on September 1, 1966. Bailey Howell re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on August 28, 1968.
|Acquired via Waiver Claim
Rich Niemann was claimed off of the waiver wire by the Boston Celtics from the Milwaukee Bucks on October 13, 1969.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Don Nelson signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on October 28, 1965.
Larry Siegfried signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on October 14, 1963.
1969-1970 Boston Celtics Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Woody Erdman||Owner, Chairman||1969-1970||N/A|
|Tom Heinsohn||Head Coach||1969-1970||N/A|
|Red Auerbach||General Manager||1950-1951||Head Coach (Atlanta Hawks, 1949 to 1950)|
|Johnny Most||Radio Broadcaster||1953-1954||N/A|