Milwaukee Bucks Regular Season Rosters
1970-1971 Milwaukee Bucks Regular Season Roster
1970-1971 Milwaukee Depth Chart
|Starters||O. Robertson||G. Smith||J. McGlocklin||B. Dandridge||K. Abdul-Jabbar|
|Rotation||L. Allen||J. Webb||B. Greacen||B. Boozer||D. Cunningham|
|Lim PT||B. Zopf||M. Winkler||M. McLemore|
1970-1971 Midwest Division Standings
1970-1971 Milwaukee Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||Most Valuable Player (1971)
|Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP (1971)
|Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||All-NBA First Team (1971)
|Oscar Robertson||All-NBA Second Team (1971)
|Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||All-NBA Defensive Second Team (1971)
|Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||Western All-Star Fan Vote Selection (1971)
|Oscar Robertson||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1971)
1970-1971 Milwaukee Season Stat Leaders
1970-1971 Milwaukee Bucks Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was selected as the #1 pick in the First Round of the 1969 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks.
|Acquired via Trade
Lucius Allen was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Bucks from the Seattle SuperSonics on September 17, 1970.
Bob Boozer was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Bucks from the Seattle SuperSonics on September 17, 1970.
Dick Cunningham was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Bucks from the Phoenix Suns on September 12, 1968.
McCoy McLemore was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Bucks from the Cleveland Cavaliers on February 1, 1971.
Oscar Robertson was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Bucks from the Cincinnati Royals on April 21, 1970.
|Acquired via Expansion Draft
Jon McGlocklin was taken in the 1968 Expansion Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks from the San Diego Rockets on May 6, 1968.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Jeff Webb signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Milwaukee Bucks on September 1, 1970.
1970-1971 Milwaukee Bucks Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Larry Costello||Head Coach||1968-1969||N/A|
|Tom Nissalke||Assistant Coach||1968-1969||N/A|
|John Steinmiller||VP of Basketball Operations||1970-1971||N/A|
|Ray Patterson||General Manager||1970-1971||N/A|