- Atlanta Hawks: August 6, 1974 to June 23, 1975
Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
In some cases the starting date and/or ending date for
an executive could not be found, so conservative estimates are used in
their place. Therefore, transactions from the beginning and/or end of an
executive's tenure with a particular franchise may be missing from the
Atlanta Hawks Franchise (August 6, 1974 - June 23, 1975)
- August 29, 1974: Sold Dale Schlueter to the Buffalo Braves.
- August 29, 1974: Sold John Tschogl to the Philadelphia 76ers.
- September 9, 1974: Sold Steve Bracey to the Golden State Warriors.
- September 24, 1974: Traded Zelmo Beaty to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Gus Williams was later selected).
- November 8, 1974: Traded Clyde Lee and a 1975 3rd round draft pick (Jim Baker was later selected) to the Philadelphia 76ers for Tom Van Arsdale.
- January 8, 1975: Traded Jim Washington to the Buffalo Braves for a 1976 5th round draft pick (Connie White was later selected).
- May 29, 1975: Selected David Thompson (1st round, 1st pick), Marvin Webster (1st round, 3rd pick), Bill Willoughby (2nd round, 19th pick), Monte Towe (4th round, 57th pick) and Wilbur Holland (5th round, 75th pick) in the 1975 NBA Draft.
- June 5, 1975: Traded a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Alex English was later selected) and a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Bayard Forrest was later selected) to the Milwaukee Bucks. Atlanta was penalized for signing Milwaukee draft pick Julius Erving in 1972.