Fort Wayne Pistons Regular Season Rosters
1952-1953 Fort Wayne Pistons Regular Season Roster
1952-1953 Fort Wayne Depth Chart
|Starters||F. Brian||F. Schaus||M. Meineke||L. Foust||C. Share|
|Lim PT||F. Scolari||J. Fendley||A. Phillip|
|Lim PT||D. Groat||R. Johnson||D. Boven|
|Lim PT||R. Corley|
1952-1953 Western Division Standings
|3||Fort Wayne Pistons||36-33||12.5|
1952-1953 Fort Wayne Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Andy Phillip||All-NBA Second Team (1953)
|Monk Meineke||Rookie Of The Year (1953)
|Larry Foust||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1953)
|Andy Phillip||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1953)
1952-1953 Fort Wayne Season Stat Leaders
1952-1953 Fort Wayne Pistons Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Charlie Share, the #1 pick in the First Round of the 1950 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Boston Celtics on April 26, 1951. Charlie Share signed a multi-year contract with the Fort Wayne Pistons on September 1, 1951.
|Acquired via Trade
Don Boven was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Baltimore Bullets (BAA) on February 16, 1953.
Frankie Brian was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Tri-Cities Blackhawks on May 4, 1951.
Dike Eddleman was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Milwaukee Hawks on February 11, 1952.
Ralph Johnson was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Anderson Packers on January 18, 1950.
Andy Phillip was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Philadelphia Warriors on November 28, 1952.
Fred Scolari was acquired in a trade by the Fort Wayne Pistons from the Baltimore Bullets (BAA) on February 16, 1953.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Ray Corley signed a contract as a free agent with the Fort Wayne Pistons on September 1, 1952.