Cincinnati Royals Regular Season Rosters
1968-1969 Cincinnati Royals Regular Season Roster
1968-1969 Cincinnati Depth Chart
|Starters||A. Smith||O. Robertson||T. Van Arsdale||J. Lucas||C. Dierking|
|Rotation||P. Frink||B. Dinwiddie||W. Wesley|
|Lim PT||A. Tucker|
|Lim PT||F. Hetzel|
1968-1969 Eastern Division Standings
|3||New York Knicks||54-28||3|
1968-1969 Cincinnati Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Oscar Robertson||All-NBA First Team (1969)
|Oscar Robertson||Eastern All-Star Fan Vote Selection (1969)
|Jerry Lucas||Eastern All-Star Coaches Selection (1969)
|Oscar Robertson||Kobe Bryant All-Star MVP (1969)
1968-1969 Cincinnati Season Stat Leaders
|Tom Van Arsdale||77||39.7||19.4||4.6||2.7|
1968-1969 Cincinnati Royals Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Oscar Robertson was selected as the #1 pick in the First Round of the 1960 NBA Draft by the Cincinnati Royals. Oscar Robertson signed a multi-year contract with the Cincinnati Royals on September 1, 1960.
|Acquired via Trade
Connie Dierking was acquired in a trade by the Cincinnati Royals from the Golden State Warriors on October 20, 1965. Connie Dierking re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Cincinnati Royals on August 22, 1968.
Fred Hetzel was acquired in a trade by the Cincinnati Royals from the Milwaukee Bucks on January 31, 1969.
Jerry Lucas was acquired in a trade by the Cincinnati Royals from the Detroit Pistons on February 1, 1968.
Al Tucker was acquired in a trade by the Cincinnati Royals from the Seattle SuperSonics on February 1, 1969.
Tom Van Arsdale was acquired in a trade by the Cincinnati Royals from the Detroit Pistons on February 1, 1968.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Bill Dinwiddie signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Cincinnati Royals on September 23, 1966.