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1951-52 NBA Transactions

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League Champion: Minneapolis Lakers

PPG Leader: Paul Arizin (25.4)
RPG Leader: George Mikan (13.5)
APG Leader: Andy Phillip (8.2)
WS Leader: Paul Arizin (16.0)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1951 to June 30, 1952.
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Date Type From To Transaction
July 14, 1951 Trade SYR BLB

The Syracuse Nationals traded Alex Hannum and Fred Scolari to the Baltimore Bullets for Red Rocha.

September 25, 1951 Sale MNL MLH

The Minneapolis Lakers sold Kevin O'Shea to the Milwaukee Hawks.

October 10, 1951 Sale FTW MNL

The Fort Wayne Pistons sold Howie Schultz to the Minneapolis Lakers. Schultz was traded to Tri-Cities on May 31, 1951 but evidently he was returned.

October 17, 1951 Sale BOS BLB

The Boston Celtics sold Frank Kudelka to the Baltimore Bullets. Report says Boston also gave up a 1st round draft pick for Bob Brannum but he was already sold to them on September 23, 1950.

November, 1951 Waiver FTW

The Fort Wayne Pistons released Don Otten.

November 5, 1951 Sale BLB PHW

The Baltimore Bullets sold Walt Budko to the Philadelphia Warriors.

November 23, 1951 Signing FTW MLH

The Milwaukee Hawks signed Don Otten as a free agent.

November 29, 1951 Sale BLB MLH

The Baltimore Bullets sold Don Rehfeldt to the Milwaukee Hawks.

December 26, 1951 Sale BLB MLH

The Baltimore Bullets sold Red Owens to the Milwaukee Hawks.

January, 1952 Signing INO MLH

The Milwaukee Hawks signed Dillard Crocker as a free agent.

January 18, 1952 Sale BLB ROC

The Baltimore Bullets sold Alex Hannum to the Rochester Royals.

January 26, 1952 Sale BLB MNL

The Baltimore Bullets sold Pep Saul to the Minneapolis Lakers.

February 3, 1952 Sale MLH BLB

The Milwaukee Hawks sold Kevin O'Shea to the Baltimore Bullets.

February 11, 1952 Trade FTW MLH

The Fort Wayne Pistons traded Art Burris and cash to the Milwaukee Hawks for Dike Eddleman.