Chicago Bulls Regular Season Rosters
1979-1980 Chicago Bulls Regular Season Roster
1979-1980 Chicago Depth Chart
|Starters||R. Sobers||R. Theus||S. May||D. Greenwood||A. Gilmore|
|Rotation||D. Beshore||O. Johnson||C. Dietrick||D. Awtrey|
|Lim PT||O. Mack||S. Lloyd|
|Lim PT||D. Jones|
1979-1980 Midwest Division Standings
|2||Kansas City Kings||47-35||2|
1979-1980 Chicago Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|David Greenwood||All-Rookie First Team (1980)
1979-1980 Chicago Season Stat Leaders
1979-1980 Chicago Bulls Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Artis Gilmore was selected as the #15 pick in the 7 Round of the 1971 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls. Artis Gilmore signed a multi-year contract with the Chicago Bulls on September 1, 1976. Artis Gilmore signed a multi-year extension with the Chicago Bulls on October 8, 1978.
|Acquired via Trade
Scott Lloyd was acquired in a trade by the Chicago Bulls from the San Diego Clippers on October 26, 1978.
Oliver Mack was acquired in a trade by the Chicago Bulls from the Los Angeles Lakers on February 13, 1980.
John Mengelt was acquired in a trade by the Chicago Bulls from the Detroit Pistons on November 18, 1976.
Ricky Sobers was acquired in a trade by the Chicago Bulls from the Indiana Pacers on August 28, 1979.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Dennis Awtrey signed a contract as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on October 19, 1979.
Delmer Beshore signed a contract as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on June 1, 1979.
Coby Dietrick signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on August 2, 1979.
Ollie Johnson signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on October 25, 1978.
Dwight Jones signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on December 5, 1979.
1979-1980 Chicago Bulls Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Jerry Sloan||Head Coach||1979-1980||N/A|
|Rod Thorn||General Manager||1978-1979||N/A|
|Jerry Krause||Director of Player Personnel||1976-1977||N/A|
|Tommy Edwards||Public Address Announcer||2006-2007||Public Address Announcer (Chicago Bulls, 1976 to 1990)|