Phoenix Suns Regular Season Rosters
1973-1974 Phoenix Suns Regular Season Roster
1973-1974 Phoenix Depth Chart
|Starters||C. Scott||K. Erickson||D. Van Arsdale||C. Calhoun||N. Walk|
|Rotation||C. Haskins||G. Melchionni||B. Chamberlain||M. Bantom||B. Christian|
|Rotation||J. Owens||L. Green|
1973-1974 Pacific Division Standings
|1||Los Angeles Lakers||47-35||-|
|2||Golden State Warriors||44-38||3|
|5||Portland Trail Blazers||27-55||20|
1973-1974 Phoenix Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Dick Van Arsdale||All-NBA Defensive Second Team (1974)
|Mike Bantom||All-Rookie First Team (1974)
|Charlie Scott||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1974)
1973-1974 Phoenix Season Stat Leaders
|Dick Van Arsdale||78||36.3||17.8||2.8||4.2||1.2||0.2|
1973-1974 Phoenix Suns Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Bill Chamberlain, the #13 pick in the 3 Round of the 1972 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Phoenix Suns from the Golden State Warriors on January 24, 1974. Bill Chamberlain signed a multi-year contract with the Phoenix Suns on January 25, 1974.
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
Bob Christian was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Atlanta Hawks on October 9, 1973.
Keith Erickson was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Los Angeles Lakers on October 30, 1973.
Clem Haskins was acquired in a trade by the Phoenix Suns from the Chicago Bulls on April 23, 1970.
|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.
1973-1974 Phoenix Suns Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|John MacLeod||Head Coach||1973-1974||N/A|
|Jerry Colangelo||General Manager||1968-1969||N/A|
|Joe Proski||Head Athletic Trainer||1968-1969||Athletic Trainer (Chicago Bulls, 1967 to 1968)|
|Al McCoy||Radio Broadcaster||1972-1973||N/A|