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1964-65 NBA Transactions

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League Champion: Boston Celtics

Most Valuable Player: Bill Russell (14.1/24.1/5.3)
Rookie of the Year: Willis Reed (19.5/14.7/1.7)

PPG Leader: Wilt Chamberlain (34.7)
RPG Leader: Bill Russell (24.1)
APG Leader: Oscar Robertson (11.5)
WS Leader: Oscar Robertson (17.0)

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Transactions listed are from July 1, 1964 to June 30, 1965.
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August 8, 1964

The Baltimore Bullets hired Buddy Jeannette as Head Coach.

September 24, 1964

The Detroit Pistons waived Jim Davis.

October 17, 1964

The New York Knicks sold Al Butler to the Baltimore Bullets.

October 18, 1964

The New York Knicks traded Bill McGill to the St. Louis Hawks for a 1965 2nd round draft pick (Hal Blevins was later selected).

November 2, 1964

The Boston Celtics signed Gerry Ward as a free agent.

November 11, 1964

The Baltimore Bullets signed Gary Hill as a free agent.

December 27, 1964

The St. Louis Hawks fired Harry Gallatin as Head Coach.

The St. Louis Hawks appointed Richie Guerin as Head Coach.

January 3, 1965

The New York Knicks reassigned Head Coach Eddie Donovan.

The New York Knicks hired Harry Gallatin as Head Coach.

January 22, 1965

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Steve Courtin as a free agent.

January 28, 1965

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Bill McGill as a free agent.

February 2, 1965

The San Francisco Warriors signed John Rudometkin as a free agent.

February 3, 1965

The San Francisco Warriors sold Wayne Hightower to the Baltimore Bullets.

February 8, 1965

The San Francisco Warriors signed Cotton Nash as a free agent.

February 14, 1965

The New York Knicks signed Barry Kramer as a free agent.

May 13, 1965

The Baltimore Bullets reassigned Head Coach Buddy Jeannette.

The Baltimore Bullets appointed Buddy Jeannette as General Manager.

The Baltimore Bullets hired Paul Seymour as Head Coach.