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1963-64 NBA Transactions

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League Champion: Boston Celtics

Most Valuable Player: Oscar Robertson (31.4/9.9/11.0)
Rookie of the Year: Jerry Lucas (17.7/17.4/2.6)

PPG Leader: Wilt Chamberlain (36.9)
RPG Leader: Bill Russell (24.7)
APG Leader: Oscar Robertson (11.0)
WS Leader: Wilt Chamberlain (25.0)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964.
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August 14, 1963

The San Francisco Warriors traded Hubie White to the Philadelphia 76ers for John Windsor.

August 15, 1963

The Baltimore Bullets signed Mel Peterson as a free agent.

September 4, 1963

The San Francisco Warriors sold Willie Naulls to the Boston Celtics.

September 6, 1963

The Los Angeles Lakers claimed Don Nelson on waivers from the Chicago Zephyrs.

September 24, 1963

The Cincinnati Royals sold Hub Reed to the Los Angeles Lakers.

October 1, 1963

The Baltimore Bullets claimed Roger Strickland on waivers from the Los Angeles Lakers.

October 14, 1963

The Boston Celtics signed Larry Siegfried as a free agent.

October 16, 1963

The Philadelphia 76ers sold Tom Hoover to the New York Knicks.

October 18, 1963

The New York Knicks traded Richie Guerin to the St. Louis Hawks for cash and a 1964 2nd round draft pick (Howard Komives was later selected).

October 21, 1963

The Philadelphia 76ers sold Len Chappell to the New York Knicks.

October 28, 1963

The Detroit Pistons traded Kevin Loughery to the Baltimore Bullets for Larry Staverman.

October 29, 1963

The Baltimore Bullets traded Bill McGill to the New York Knicks for Paul Hogue and Gene Shue.

November, 1963

The St. Louis Hawks signed Bevo Nordmann as a free agent.

November 11, 1963

The St. Louis Hawks sold Bob Duffy to the New York Knicks.

November 12, 1963

The New York Knicks waived Bevo Nordmann.

December 16, 1963

In a 3-team trade, the Cincinnati Royals traded Bob Boozer to the New York Knicks; the Detroit Pistons traded Larry Staverman to the Cincinnati Royals; the Detroit Pistons traded Johnny Egan to the New York Knicks; and the New York Knicks traded Donnie Butcher and Bob Duffy to the Detroit Pistons.

April 16, 1964

The Detroit Pistons sold Darrall Imhoff to the Los Angeles Lakers.

May 1, 1964

The New York Knicks claimed Hub Reed on waivers from the Los Angeles Lakers.

The New York Knicks sold Hub Reed to the Detroit Pistons. This completes the trade where New York obtained Johnny Egan from Detroit on December 11, 1963.