Baltimore Bullets Regular Season Rosters
1969-1970 Baltimore Bullets Regular Season Roster
1969-1970 Washington Depth Chart
|Starters||E. Monroe||F. Carter||J. Marin||G. Johnson||W. Unseld|
|Rotation||K. Loughery||R. Scott|
|Lim PT||B. Heaney||A. Tucker||L. Ellis|
|Lim PT||E. Miles|
1969-1970 Eastern Division Standings
|1||New York Knicks||60-22||-|
1969-1970 Washington Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Gus Johnson||All-NBA Second Team (1970)
|Gus Johnson||All-NBA Defensive First Team (1970)
|Gus Johnson||Eastern All-Star Coaches Selection (1970)
1969-1970 Washington Season Stat Leaders
1969-1970 Baltimore Bullets Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Earl Monroe signed a multi-year contract with the Washington Wizards on May 3, 1967. Earl Monroe was selected as the #2 pick in the First Round of the 1967 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards. Earl Monroe re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Washington Wizards on September 1, 1969.
|Acquired via Trade
Leroy Ellis was acquired in a trade by the Washington Wizards from the Los Angeles Lakers on September 22, 1966.
Kevin Loughery was acquired in a trade by the Washington Wizards from the Detroit Pistons on October 28, 1963.
Eddie Miles was acquired in a trade by the Washington Wizards from the Detroit Pistons on February 2, 1970.
Ray Scott was acquired in a trade by the Washington Wizards from the Detroit Pistons on January 16, 1967.
Al Tucker was acquired in a trade by the Washington Wizards from the Chicago Bulls on January 5, 1970.
1969-1970 Baltimore Bullets Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Gene Shue||Head Coach||1980-1981||Head Coach (Los Angeles Clippers, 1978 to 1980)|
|Jerry Sachs||General Manager||1968-1969||N/A|