1969-70

Record: 39-43
(Third Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (front row): Bob Kauffman, Shaler Halimon, Loy Peterson, Clem Haskins, Jerry Sloan, Bob Weiss. (back row): Trainer Jerry McCann, Bob Love, Walt Wesley, Tom Boerwinkle, Chet Walker, Ed Manning, Head Coach Dick Motta, General Manger Pat Williams

Team Leaders (avg)

21.5

Points


Chet Walker

N/A

3pt FGs


12.5

Rebounds


Tom Boerwinkle

7.6

Assists


Clem Haskins

N/A

Steals


N/A

Blocks


Regular season

Traded Jim Washington and future considerations to Philadelphia for Shaler Halimon and Chet Walker (09/02/69) ... traded Dave Newmark and Norm Van Lier to Cincinnati for Walt Wesley and draftchoice (10/12/69) ... opening day lineup: forwards Bob Kauffman and Chet Walker,center Tom Boerwinkle, guards Clem Haskins and Jerry Sloan ... Boerwinkle set team record for rebounds (37) and Bulls established their high for points in 152-123 win over Phoenix(01/08/70) ... Walker named to NBA West All-Star Team ... Haskins hit team-record 11 straight field goals in 127-119 loss to Detroit (02/15/70) ... reached 10,000 mark in average attendance for first time in team history

Draft


First round,Larry Cannon (LaSalle);second round, Simmie Hill (West Texas State), Ken Spain (Houston) and John Baum (Temple).

Playoffs


Haskins’ team-record 13 assistslifted Bulls over Atlanta 131-120 (04/03/70) ... eliminated 4-1 by Atlanta.

Honors


Sloan selected to NBA All-Defensive Team ... Bob Love led Bullsin scoring (21.0) ... Boerwinkle led Bullsin rebounding (12.5).

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October 14th, 2015 | by Bulls.com