Spirits of St. Louis: 1969 to 1970
Philadelphia 76ers: August 4, 1970 to September 19, 1973 Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
Philadelphia 76ers Franchise
October 16, 1970: Traded Darrall Imhoff and a future draft pick to the Cincinnati Royals for Connie Dierking and Fred Foster.
October 16, 1970: Traded Matt Guokas to the Chicago Bulls for a 1971 2nd round draft pick (Marvin Stewart was later selected).
November 26, 1970: Traded a future draft pick to the Buffalo Braves for Freddie Crawford.
December 17, 1970: Signed Cliff Anderson as a free agent. March 29, 1971: Selected Dana Lewis (1st round, 12th pick), Marvin Stewart (2nd round, 33rd pick), Dave Wohl (3rd round, 46th pick), Erwin Johnson (4th round, 63rd pick), Richard Hood (5th round, 80th pick), Jake Jones (6th round, 97th pick), Curtis Ford (7th round, 114th pick), Barry Yates (8th round, 131st pick), Tom Lee (9th round, 147th pick), Jim Dinwiddie (10th round, 163rd pick), Dana Pagett (11th round, 178th pick), Ken Kowall (12th round, 191st pick) and Hank Commodore (13th round, 203rd pick) in the 1971 NBA Draft.
October 18, 1971: Traded Archie Clark and a 1973 2nd round draft pick ( Louie Nelson was later selected) to the Baltimore Bullets for Fred Carter and Kevin Loughery.
November 19, 1971: Traded Jim Washington to the Atlanta Hawks for Bill Bridges.
November 25, 1971: Traded a 1972 2nd round draft pick ( Joby Wright was later selected) and a future 2nd round draft pick to the Seattle SuperSonics for Bob Rule.
December 13, 1971: Traded Wali Jones to the Milwaukee Bucks for John Block and a 1974 2nd round draft pick (Rubin Collins was later selected). Block was sent as the player to be named later on July 28, 1972. April 10, 1972: Selected Freddie Boyd (1st round, 5th pick), Charlie Tharpe (3rd round, 36th pick), Marshall Wingate (4th round, 52nd pick), Joe Bynes (5th round, 69th pick), John Glover (6th round, 85th pick), Curtis Pritchett (7th round, 103rd pick), Jim Kopp (8th round, 118th pick), Rod Murray (9th round, 135th pick) and Gary Watson (10th round, 147th pick) in the 1972 NBA Draft.
July 19, 1972: Signed Luther Green as a free agent.
July 31, 1972: Traded Fred Foster to the Portland Trail Blazers for a 1973 2nd round draft pick ( Allan Bristow was later selected).
August 15, 1972: Sold John Brisker to the Seattle SuperSonics.
September 11, 1972: Signed Gary Gregor as a veteran free agent and sent a 1974 2nd round draft pick (Rubin Collins was later selected) to the Portland Trail Blazers as compensation.
October 2, 1972: Traded Dave Wohl to the Portland Trail Blazers for Dale Schlueter.
October 10, 1972: Traded a 1973 2nd round draft pick ( Gary Melchionni was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for Mel Counts.
October 10, 1972: Traded Gary Gregor to the Milwaukee Bucks for a 1973 2nd round draft pick ( Gary Melchionni was later selected).
October 10, 1972: Signed Mike Price as a free agent.
October 10, 1972: Signed Manny Leaks as a free agent.
October 18, 1972: Traded Dennis Awtrey to the Chicago Bulls for a 1973 2nd round draft pick ( Caldwell Jones was later selected).
November 2, 1972: Traded Bill Bridges and Mel Counts to the Los Angeles Lakers for Leroy Ellis and John Trapp.
November 10, 1972: Traded Bob Rule to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Dave Sorenson.
January 26, 1973: Traded John Block to the Kansas City-Omaha Kings for Tom Van Arsdale and a 1974 3rd round draft pick ( Harvey Catchings was later selected).
January 26, 1973: Traded a 1973 3rd round draft pick ( Ted Manakas was later selected) to the Atlanta Hawks for Jeff Halliburton.
February 1, 1973: Traded Dale Schlueter to the Atlanta Hawks for Don May. Schlueter was sent to Atlanta to complete the trade on April 18, 1973. April 24, 1973: Selected Doug Collins (1st round, 1st pick), Raymond Lewis (1st round, 18th pick), Allan Bristow (2nd round, 21st pick), George McGinnis (2nd round, 22nd pick), Caldwell Jones (2nd round, 32nd pick), Darrel Minniefield (4th round, 53rd pick), Reggie Royals (5th round, 70th pick), Sterling Wright (6th round, 87th pick), James Greene (7th round, 104th pick), Dave Langston (8th round, 121st pick), Harvey Catchings (9th round, 138th pick), Abe Steward (10th round, 152nd pick), Rod Freeman (11th round, 166th pick), Connie Warren (12th round, 175th pick), Jim Crawford (13th round, 183rd pick), Ernie Johnson (14th round, 189th pick), Lionel Harris (15th round, 194th pick), Larry Robinson (16th round, 199th pick) and Tony Prince (17th round, 203rd pick) in the 1973 NBA Draft.
August 29, 1973: Signed Steve Mix as a free agent.