Seattle SuperSonics Regular Season Rosters
1971-1972 Seattle SuperSonics Regular Season Roster
1971-1972 Seattle Depth Chart
|Starters||L. Wilkens||D. Snyder||G. Heard||S. Haywood||Z. Abdul-Aziz|
|Rotation||L. Winfield||F. Brown||D. Kojis||J. McDaniels|
|Rotation||J. Ford||P. Cross|
1971-1972 Pacific Division Standings
|1||Los Angeles Lakers||69-13||-|
|2||Golden State Warriors||51-31||18|
|5||Portland Trail Blazers||18-64||51|
1971-1972 Seattle Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Spencer Haywood||All-NBA First Team (1972)
|Spencer Haywood||Western All-Star Fan Vote Selection (1972)
1971-1972 Seattle Season Stat Leaders
1971-1972 Seattle SuperSonics Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Spencer Haywood was selected as the #13 pick in the Second Round of the 1971 NBA Draft by the Buffalo Braves.
Jim McDaniels was selected as the #6 pick in the Second Round of the 1971 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics. Jim McDaniels signed a multi-year contract with the Seattle SuperSonics on February 17, 1972.
|Acquired via Trade
Zaid Abdul-Aziz was acquired in a trade by the Seattle SuperSonics from the Milwaukee Bucks on September 15, 1970.
Barry Clemens was acquired in a trade by the Seattle SuperSonics from the Chicago Bulls on September 5, 1969. Barry Clemens re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Seattle SuperSonics on August 24, 1971.
Don Kojis was acquired in a trade by the Seattle SuperSonics from the San Diego Rockets on April 15, 1970.
Dick Snyder was acquired in a trade by the Seattle SuperSonics from the Phoenix Suns on October 26, 1969.
Lenny Wilkens was acquired in a trade by the Seattle SuperSonics from the Atlanta Hawks on October 12, 1968.
1971-1972 Seattle SuperSonics Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Bob Houbregs||General Manager||1969-1970||N/A|
|Bob Blackburn||Television Play-By-Play||1967-1968||N/A|