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1947-48 BAA Transactions

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League Champion: Baltimore Bullets

PPG Leader: Joe Fulks (22.1)
APG Leader: Ernie Calverley (2.5)
WS Leader: Bob Feerick (10.5)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948.
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July 9, 1947

The Boston Celtics selected John Janisch from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The Toronto Huskies selected Bob Dille from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The St. Louis Bombers selected Grady Lewis from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Ariel Maughan from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The Pittsburgh Ironmen selected Stan Miasek from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Harold Brown from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Milt Schoon from the Detroit Falcons in the dispersal draft.

July 27, 1947

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Bob Dille from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Chicago Stags selected Stan Miasek from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected George Nostrand from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Ray Wertis from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Frankie Baumholtz from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Coulby Gunther from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Tony Kappen from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Michael Bytzura from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Providence Steam Rollers selected Dick Fitzgerald from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Bob Faught from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Philadelphia Warriors selected Harry Zeller from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Mel Riebe from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Harry Miller from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected John Abramovic from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Stan Noszka from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Ed Sadowski from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Boston Celtics selected Ben Scharnus from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Leo Mogus from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Dick Schulz from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Press Maravich from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The Baltimore Bullets selected Hank Lefkowitz from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The New York Knicks selected Mike McCarron from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Chicago Stags selected Kenny Sailors from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Nick Shaback from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Bob Mullens from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Roy Hurley from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The Washington Capitols selected Red Wallace from the Toronto Huskies in the dispersal draft.

The St. Louis Bombers selected Noble Jorgensen from the Pittsburgh Ironmen in the dispersal draft.

The St. Louis Bombers selected Leon Brown from the Cleveland Rebels in the dispersal draft.

September 27, 1947

The Providence Steam Rollers waived Elmore Morgenthaler.

October 14, 1947

The Philadelphia Warriors sold Jerry Rullo to the Baltimore Bullets.

October 27, 1947

The Boston Celtics traded John Abramovic to the St. Louis Bombers for George Munroe and cash.

November, 1947

The Chicago Stags sold Kenny Sailors to the Philadelphia Warriors.

November 9, 1947

The Providence Steam Rollers sold Coulby Gunther to the St. Louis Bombers.

November 22, 1947

The Washington Capitols sold Buddy O'Grady to the St. Louis Bombers.

December 9, 1947

The Baltimore Bullets signed John Abramovic as a free agent.

December 30, 1947

The Providence Steam Rollers traded Ariel Maughan to the St. Louis Bombers for Wyndol Gray.

January 20, 1948

The Baltimore Bullets traded Irv Rothenberg to the St. Louis Bombers for Grady Lewis.

February 9, 1948

The Boston Celtics traded Connie Simmons to the Baltimore Bullets for Mike Bloom.

May 13, 1948

The Baltimore Bullets sold Grady Lewis to the St. Louis Bombers.

May 19, 1948

The Washington Capitols traded Irv Torgoff to the Baltimore Bullets for Dick Schulz.