St. Louis Hawks Regular Season Rosters
1955-1956 St. Louis Hawks Regular Season Roster
1955-1956 St. Louis Depth Chart
|Starters||B. Harrison||A. Ferrari||A. Hannum||B. Pettit||C. Share|
|Rotation||J. Stephens||M. Park|
|Lim PT||J. McMahon||J. Coleman|
|Lim PT||F. Selvy|
|Lim PT||B. Schafer|
1955-1956 Western Division Standings
|1||Fort Wayne Pistons||37-35||-|
|2||St. Louis Hawks||33-39||4|
1955-1956 St. Louis Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Bob Pettit||Most Valuable Player (1956)
|Bob Pettit||All-NBA First Team (1956)
|Bob Pettit||Western All-Star Fan Vote Selection (1956)
|Bob Harrison||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (1956)
|Bob Pettit||Kobe Bryant All-Star MVP (1956)
1955-1956 St. Louis Season Stat Leaders
1955-1956 St. Louis Hawks Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Trade
Jack Coleman was acquired in a trade by the St. Louis Hawks from the Rochester Royals on January 9, 1956.
Alex Hannum was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Hawks from the Rochester Royals on December 10, 1954.
Bob Harrison was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Hawks from the Minneapolis Lakers on February 2, 1954.
Jack McMahon was acquired in a trade by the St. Louis Hawks from the Rochester Royals on January 9, 1956.
Bob Schafer was acquired in a trade by the St. Louis Hawks from the Philadelphia Warriors on December 3, 1955.
Charlie Share was acquired in a trade by the Milwaukee Hawks from the Fort Wayne Pistons on December 21, 1953.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Med Park signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the St. Louis Hawks on September 1, 1955.