1983-84

Record: 27-55
(Fifth Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (first row): Ronnie Lester, Mitchell Wiggins, Quintin Dailey, Assistant Coach Bill Blair. (second row): Ennis Whatley, Assistant Coach/Scout Mike Thibault, Head Coach Kevin Loughery. (third row): Trainer Mark Pfeil, Orlando Woolridge, Dave Corzine, Rod Higgins, Assistant Coach Fred Carter, General Manager Rod Thorn. (fourth row): Wallace Bryant, Steve Johnson, Jawann Oldham, Sidney Green, David Greenwood.

Team Leaders (avg)

19.3

Points


Orlando Woolridge

7

3pt FGs


Mitchell Wiggins

10.1

Rebounds


David Greenwood

8.3

Assists


Ennis Whatley

1.49

Steals


Ennis Whatley

1.46

Blocks


Dave Corzine

Regular season

Named Kevin Loughery Head Coach (06/07/83) ... opening day lineup: forwards David Greenwood and Orlando Woolridge, center Dave Corzine, guards Quintin Dailey and Ennis Whatley ... seven-game winning streak snapped with 103-96 loss at Detroit (12/30/83) ... Whatley tied Stadium record with 22 assists in 113-111 win over New York (01/14/84) ... traded Reggie Theus to Kansas City for Steve Johnson and a future draft pick (02/15/84) ... as youngest player in NBA, Whatley set team-assist record for rookies (662).

Draft


First round, Sidney Green (Nevada-Las Vegas), Ennis Whatley (Alabama) and Mitchell Wiggins (Florida State); second round, Chris McNealy (San Jose State).

Playoffs


Failed to qualify for third straight year.

Honors


Woolridge led Bulls in scoring (19.3) ... Greenwood led Bulls in rebounding (10.1).

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