John Joseph McMahon (Jack)
Born: December 3, 1928
Died: June 11, 1989
High School: Saint Michael's in Brooklyn, New York
College: St. John's University
As Player: 524 G, 8.1 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 3.7 APG ( Full Record)
As Coach: 10 Yrs, 300-343, .467 W-L% ( Full Record)
Houston Rockets: 1967 to June 18, 1968
Golden State Warriors: June 20, 1986 to December 31, 1987 Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
Houston Rockets Franchise
May 3, 1967: Selected Pat Riley (1st round, 7th pick), Bob Netolicky (2nd round, 18th pick), Richie Moore (3rd round, 29th pick), Nick Jones (3rd round, 31st pick), Ron Kozlicki (4th round, 41st pick), Craig Dill (4th round, 42nd pick), Herb McPherson (5th round, 55th pick), Robert Cole (6th round, 66th pick), Elbert Miller (7th round, 79th pick), Al Grundy (8th round, 90th pick), Ron Coleman (9th round, 102nd pick), John Duncan (10th round, 112th pick), Al Razutis (11th round, 123rd pick), Martin Navia (12th round, 132nd pick), Bob Chlupsa (13th round, 141st pick) and John Tolbert (14th round, 146th pick) in the 1967 NBA Draft.
October 3, 1967: Signed Art Williams as a free agent.
January 11, 1968: Traded Johnny Green to the Philadelphia 76ers for a 1968 4th round draft pick (Darryl Jones).
February 1, 1968: Signed Bud Acton as a free agent. June 4, 1968: Selected Elvin Hayes (1st round, 1st pick), John Trapp (2nd round, 15th pick), Stu Lantz (3rd round, 23rd pick), Harry Barnes (4th round, 37th pick), Darryl Jones (4th round, 48th pick), Glen Combs (5th round, 51st pick), Eldridge Webb (6th round, 65th pick), Rick Adelman (7th round, 79th pick), Aaron Sellers (8th round, 93rd pick), John Schetzsle (9th round, 107th pick), Mike Butler (10th round, 121st pick), Leonardo Epps (11th round, 135th pick), Roy Manning (12th round, 148th pick), Marshall Evans (13th round, 161st pick), Bobby Lewis (14th round, 172nd pick), Bill Gaines (15th round, 182nd pick), Chuck Caldwell (16th round, 190th pick), Dave Miller (17th round, 198th pick), Harold Grant (18th round, 204th pick) and Bill Corley (19th round, 208th pick) in the 1968 NBA Draft. Golden State Warriors Franchise
September 5, 1986: Signed John Schweitz as a veteran free agent.
September 23, 1986: Signed Phil Ford as a free agent.
September 24, 1986: Signed Ben McDonald as a free agent.
September 30, 1986: Signed Barry Stevens as a free agent.
October 2, 1986: Signed Rod Higgins as a free agent.
October 2, 1986: Signed Kenny Patterson as a free agent.
October 2, 1986: Signed Bryan Warrick as a free agent.
November 6, 1986: Signed Perry Moss as a free agent.
November 11, 1986: Geoff Huston signed as a veteran free agent with the Los Angeles Clippers; received FROM_TRADE as compensation.
February 9, 1987: Signed Kevin Henderson to the first of two 10-day contracts.
June 14, 1987: Signed Kevin Henderson as a free agent. June 22, 1987: Selected Tellis Frank (1st round, 14th pick), Darryl Johnson (3rd round, 58th pick), Benny Bolton (4th round, 83rd pick), Terry Williams (5th round, 105th pick), Sarunas Marciulionis (6th round, 127th pick) and Ronnie Leggette (7th round, 152nd pick) in the 1987 NBA Draft.
October 9, 1987: Lester Conner signed as a veteran free agent with the Houston Rockets; received a 1988 2nd round draft pick ( Keith Smart) as compensation.
October 13, 1987: Traded a 1988 3rd round draft pick ( Anthony Mason) to the Portland Trail Blazers for Kermit Washington.
November 5, 1987: Traded Purvis Short to the Houston Rockets for Dave Feitl and a 1989 1st round draft pick ( Dana Barros).
November 5, 1987: Signed Dirk Minniefield as a veteran free agent.
November 25, 1987: Signed Winston Garland as a free agent.
December 12, 1987: Traded Joe Barry Carroll, Sleepy Floyd and cash to the Houston Rockets for Steve Harris and Ralph Sampson.
December 14, 1987: Signed Winston Garland as a free agent.
December 15, 1987: Traded Chris Washburn to the Atlanta Hawks for Ken Barlow.
December 20, 1987: Signed Nate Blackwell as a free agent.
December 22, 1987: Purchased Otis Smith from the Denver Nuggets.
December 29, 1987: Traded a 1988 2nd round draft pick ( Andrew Lang) to the Milwaukee Bucks for Don Nelson (coach).