Phoenix Suns Regular Season Rosters
1971-1972 Phoenix Suns Regular Season Roster
1971-1972 Phoenix Depth Chart
|Starters||C. Haskins||C. Scott||D. Van Arsdale||P. Silas||C. Hawkins|
|Rotation||M. Layton||A. Harris||J. Wetzel||L. Green||N. Walk|
|Rotation||M. Counts||O. Moore|
|Lim PT||J. Webb|
1971-1972 Midwest Division Standings
1971-1972 Phoenix Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Paul Silas||All-NBA Defensive Second Team (1972)
|Paul Silas||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1972)
|Connie Hawkins||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1972)
1971-1972 Phoenix Season Stat Leaders
|Dick Van Arsdale||82||37.8||19.7||4.1||3.6|
1971-1972 Phoenix Suns Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Charlie Scott, the #4 pick in the 7 Round of the 1970 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Phoenix Suns from the Boston Celtics on March 12, 1972. Charlie Scott signed a multi-year contract with the Phoenix Suns on March 13, 1972.
|Acquired via Trade
Mel Counts was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Los Angeles Lakers on May 20, 1970.
Art Harris was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Seattle SuperSonics on October 26, 1969.
Clem Haskins was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Chicago Bulls on April 23, 1970.
Paul Silas was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Atlanta Hawks on May 9, 1969.
|Acquired via Expansion Draft
Dick Van Arsdale was taken in the 1968 Expansion Draft by the Phoenix Suns from the New York Knicks on May 6, 1968.
John Wetzel was taken in the 1968 Expansion Draft by the Phoenix Suns from the Los Angeles Lakers on May 6, 1968. John Wetzel re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Phoenix Suns on September 1, 1970.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Connie Hawkins signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Phoenix Suns on June 20, 1969.
1971-1972 Phoenix Suns Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Cotton Fitzsimmons||Head Coach||1995-1996||Head Coach (Phoenix Suns, 1988 to 1992)|
|Jerry Colangelo||General Manager||1968-1969||N/A|
|Joe Proski||Head Athletic Trainer||1968-1969||Athletic Trainer (Chicago Bulls, 1967 to 1968)|