San Antonio Spurs: 1974 to July 24, 1979
Sacramento Kings: July 24, 1979 to October 3, 1980 Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
San Antonio Spurs Franchise
August 12, 1976: Signed Mike D'Antoni as a free agent.
November 4, 1976: Signed Louie Nelson as a free agent.
November 16, 1976: Traded a 1977 1st round draft pick ( Brad Davis was later selected) to the Los Angeles Lakers for Mack Calvin.
January 19, 1977: Signed Henry Ward as a free agent. June 10, 1977: Selected Jeff Wilkins (2nd round, 37th pick), Dan Henderson (3rd round, 59th pick), Matt Hicks (4th round, 81st pick), Scott Sims (5th round, 103rd pick), Bruce Buckley (6th round, 125th pick), Richard Robinson (7th round, 145th pick) and Jerome Gladney (8th round, 164th pick) in the 1977 NBA Draft.
July 8, 1977: Signed Jim Bostic as a free agent.
October 13, 1977: Signed Jim Eakins as a free agent.
November 12, 1977: Traded a 1978 2nd round draft pick (Kevin McDonald was later selected) and a 1979 2nd round draft pick (Andrew Fields was later selected) to the Seattle SuperSonics for Mike Green.
November 23, 1977: Signed Mo Layton as a free agent. June 9, 1978: Selected Frankie Sanders (1st round, 20th pick), Gerald Henderson (3rd round, 64th pick), Rich Adams (4th round, 86th pick), Eugene Parker (5th round, 108th pick), Harry Morgan (6th round, 129th pick), Hector Olivencia (7th round, 150th pick), Henry Taylor (8th round, 168th pick), Rick Taylor (9th round, 185th pick) and Larry Brewster (10th round, 200th pick) in the 1978 NBA Draft.
August 31, 1978: Signed Glenn Mosley as a free agent.
April 20, 1979: Signed Chubby Cox as a free agent.
April 26, 1979: Signed Mike Evans as a free agent. June 25, 1979: Selected Wiley Peck (1st round, 19th pick), Sylvester Norris (3rd round, 63rd pick), Al Daniel (4th round, 84th pick), Steve Schall (5th round, 106th pick), Terry Knight (6th round, 125th pick), Tyrone Branyan (7th round, 146th pick), Eddie McLeod (9th round, 182nd pick) and Glen Fine (10th round, 199th pick) in the 1979 NBA Draft.
June 26, 1979: Purchased Johnny Moore from the Seattle SuperSonics.
June 28, 1979: Allan Bristow signed as a veteran free agent with the New Orleans Jazz; received Paul Griffin as compensation. Sacramento Kings Franchise
September 11, 1979: Signed Marlon Redmond as a free agent.
September 13, 1979: Traded a 1980 2nd round draft pick ( Michael Wiley was later selected) to the San Antonio Spurs for Mike Green.
October 9, 1979: Traded Richard Washington to the Milwaukee Bucks for Ernie Grunfeld and a 1980 2nd round draft pick ( Dick Miller was later selected).
November 27, 1979: Traded a 1980 2nd round draft pick ( Dick Miller was later selected) to the Indiana Pacers for Len Elmore. June 10, 1980: Selected Hawkeye Whitney (1st round, 16th pick), Tony Murphy (3rd round, 62nd pick), Kevin Blakley (5th round, 108th pick), Kent Grooms (6th round, 131st pick), Arnold McDowell (7th round, 154th pick) and Charley Cole (9th round, 193rd pick) in the 1980 NBA Draft.
June 12, 1980: Signed Leon Douglas as a veteran free agent and sent a 1981 1st round draft pick ( Kelly Tripucka was later selected) to the Detroit Pistons as compensation.
June 19, 1980: Len Elmore signed as a veteran free agent with the Milwaukee Bucks; received a 1981 2nd round draft pick ( Steve Lingenfelter was later selected) as compensation.
July 8, 1980: Tom Burleson signed as a veteran free agent with the Atlanta Hawks; received a 1981 2nd round draft pick ( Eddie Johnson was later selected) as compensation.
August 12, 1980: Signed Frankie Sanders as a free agent.
September 10, 1980: Purchased Jo Jo White from the Golden State Warriors.
September 10, 1980: Signed Mel Bennett as a free agent.
September 11, 1980: Signed John Douglas as a free agent.
September 25, 1980: As part of a 3-team trade, the Kansas City Kings traded Bill Robinzine to the Cleveland Cavaliers; the Cleveland Cavaliers traded Campy Russell to the New York Knicks; and the New York Knicks traded Joe Meriweather and a 1981 1st round draft pick ( Steve Johnson was later selected) to the Kansas City Kings.