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1974-75 NBA Transactions

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League Champion: Golden State Warriors

Most Valuable Player: Bob McAdoo (34.5/14.1/2.2)
Rookie of the Year: Jamaal Wilkes (14.2/8.2/2.2)

PPG Leader: Bob McAdoo (34.5)
RPG Leader: Wes Unseld (14.8)
APG Leader: Kevin Porter (8.0)
WS Leader: Bob McAdoo (17.8)

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Transactions listed are from July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975.
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Transactions

Date Type From To Transaction
July 7, 1974 Signing CLE MIL

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Bob Rule as a free agent.

July 9, 1974 Waiver KCO

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings waived Howard Komives.

July 30, 1974 Waiver KCO

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings waived Otto Moore.

July 31, 1974 Waiver PHO

The Phoenix Suns waived Bob Christian.

August 14, 1974 Signing SEA GSW

The Golden State Warriors signed Charles Dudley as a free agent.

August 16, 1974 Signing SEA PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Jim Ard as a free agent.

August 20, 1974 Trade WSB SEA

The Washington Bullets traded Archie Clark to the Seattle SuperSonics for Dick Gibbs and a 1975 3rd round draft pick (Tom Kropp was later selected).

August 21, 1974 Waiver WSB

The Washington Bullets waived Walt Wesley.

August 29, 1974 Sale ATL BUF

The Atlanta Hawks sold Dale Schlueter to the Buffalo Braves.

August 29, 1974 Sale ATL PHI

The Atlanta Hawks sold John Tschogl to the Philadelphia 76ers.

September 3, 1974 Trade CHI GSW

The Chicago Bulls traded Clifford Ray and a 1975 1st round draft pick (Joe Bryant was later selected) to the Golden State Warriors for Nate Thurmond.

September 4, 1974 Trade CHI BUF

The Chicago Bulls traded Bob Weiss to the Buffalo Braves for Matt Guokas, a 1977 2nd round draft pick (Larry Johnson was later selected) and a future 2nd round draft pick.

September 5, 1974 Signing WSB PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Walt Wesley as a free agent.

September 6, 1974 Signing GSW LAL

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Cazzie Russell as a veteran free agent and sent a 1976 1st round draft pick (Robert Parish was later selected) to the Golden State Warriors as compensation.

September 6, 1974 Trade WSB PHO

The Washington Bullets traded Dave Stallworth and a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Allen Murphy was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for Clem Haskins.

September 9, 1974 Sale ATL GSW

The Atlanta Hawks sold Steve Bracey to the Golden State Warriors.

September 12, 1974 Signing BUF CHI

The Chicago Bulls signed Bill Hewitt as a free agent.

September 16, 1974 Trade NOJ PHO

The New Orleans Jazz traded Dennis Awtrey, Nate Hawthorne, Curtis Perry and a 1976 1st round draft pick (Adrian Dantley was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for Neal Walk and a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Clyde Mayes was later selected).

September 16, 1974 Trade NOJ POR

The New Orleans Jazz traded Barry Clemens and a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Major Jones was later selected) to the Portland Trail Blazers for Rick Roberson.

September 18, 1974 Trade POR CHI

The Portland Trail Blazers traded Mickey Johnson to the Chicago Bulls for a 1975 3rd round draft pick (Gus Gerard was later selected).

September 18, 1974 Waiver PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers released Jim Ard.

September 24, 1974 Waiver PHO

The Phoenix Suns waived Bill Chamberlain.

September 24, 1974 Trade ATL LAL

The Atlanta Hawks traded Zelmo Beaty to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Gus Williams was later selected).

September 30, 1974 Waiver KCO

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings waived M.L. Carr.

October 1, 1974 Waiver DET

The Detroit Pistons waived Bob Nash.

October 3, 1974 Signing PHI BOS

The Boston Celtics signed Jim Ard as a free agent.

October 3, 1974 Waiver PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers waived Don May.

October 3, 1974 Waiver NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz waived Ed Searcy.

October 7, 1974 Sale CLE POR

The Cleveland Cavaliers sold Lenny Wilkens to the Portland Trail Blazers.

October 8, 1974 Trade NOJ MIL

The New Orleans Jazz traded Steve Kuberski and a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Clyde Mayes was later selected) to the Milwaukee Bucks for Russ Lee and a 1975 1st round draft pick (Rich Kelley was later selected).

October 10, 1974 Signing KCO BOS

The Boston Celtics signed M.L. Carr as a free agent.

October 10, 1974 Waiver PHO

The Phoenix Suns waived Dave Stallworth.

October 16, 1974 Signing PHI KCO

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings signed Don May as a free agent.

October 18, 1974 Waiver NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz waived Walt Bellamy.

October 23, 1974 Waiver WSB

The Washington Bullets waived Stan Washington.

October 28, 1974 Signing PHO NYK

The New York Knicks signed Dave Stallworth as a free agent.

October 28, 1974 Waiver NYK

The New York Knicks waived Greg Jackson.

October 30, 1974 Waiver PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers waived Perry Warbington.

November 8, 1974 Trade MIL LAL

The Milwaukee Bucks traded Lucius Allen to the Los Angeles Lakers for Jim Price.

November 8, 1974 Trade ATL PHI

The Atlanta Hawks traded Clyde Lee and a 1975 3rd round draft pick (Jim Baker was later selected) to the Philadelphia 76ers for Tom Van Arsdale.

November 11, 1974 Waiver MIL

The Milwaukee Bucks waived Bob Rule.

November 11, 1974 Trade NOJ CHI

The New Orleans Jazz traded John Block to the Chicago Bulls for Rick Adelman.

November 12, 1974 Waiver SEA

The Seattle SuperSonics waived Kenny McIntosh.

November 14, 1974 Waiver NYK

The New York Knicks waived Dave Stallworth.

November 18, 1974 Signing KCO DET

The Detroit Pistons signed Otto Moore as a free agent.

November 18, 1974 Waiver PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers waived Walt Wesley.

November 21, 1974 Waiver NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz waived Ken Boyd.

November 21, 1974 Waiver BOS

The Boston Celtics waived Steve Downing.

November 22, 1974 Waiver NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz waived Lamar Green.

November 27, 1974 Waiver CHI

The Chicago Bulls waived Bill Hewitt.

November 27, 1974 Waiver NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz waived Russ Lee.

November 27, 1974 Trade PHO LAL

The Phoenix Suns traded Corky Calhoun to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Jacky Dorsey was later selected) and a 1977 3rd round draft pick (Mike Bratz was later selected).

November 27, 1974 Signing PHI MIL

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Walt Wesley as a free agent.

November 27, 1974 Waiver DET

The Detroit Pistons waived Otto Moore.

November 27, 1974 Waiver MIL

The Milwaukee Bucks waived Terry Driscoll.

December 6, 1974 Trade NOJ LAL

The New Orleans Jazz traded Stu Lantz to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 1975 3rd round draft pick (Jim McElroy was later selected).

December 6, 1974 Waiver LAL

The Los Angeles Lakers waived Bill Bridges.

December 24, 1974 Trade NYK DET

The New York Knicks traded Howard Porter to the Detroit Pistons for a 1975 1st round draft pick (Bill Robinzine was later selected).

1975 Signing NOJ BOS

The Boston Celtics signed Ed Searcy as a free agent.

January 2, 1975 Signing NYK PHO

The Phoenix Suns signed Greg Jackson as a free agent.

January 8, 1975 Trade ATL BUF

The Atlanta Hawks traded Jim Washington to the Buffalo Braves for a 1976 5th round draft pick (Connie White was later selected).

January 20, 1975 Waiver BUF

The Buffalo Braves waived Bernie Harris.

January 21, 1975 Signing DET NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz signed Otto Moore as a free agent.

February 1, 1975 Signing POR NOJ

The New Orleans Jazz signed Bernie Fryer as a free agent.

February 1, 1975 Trade NOJ KCO

The New Orleans Jazz traded Rick Adelman and Ollie Johnson to the Kansas City-Omaha Kings for Nate Williams.

February 1, 1975 Trade NOJ NYK

The New Orleans Jazz traded Jim Barnett and Neal Walk to the New York Knicks for Henry Bibby and a 1975 1st round draft pick (Bill Robinzine was later selected).

February 1, 1975 Trade KCO PHI

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings traded Ken Durrett to the Philadelphia 76ers for future considerations.

February 10, 1975 Waiver LAL

The Los Angeles Lakers waived Stan Love.

February 18, 1975 Waiver DET

The Detroit Pistons waived Don Adams.

February 25, 1975 Signing PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Caldwell Jones as a free agent. Jones was playing in the ABA at the time and was signed for future services.

March 1, 1975 Waiver GSW

The Golden State Warriors waived Frank Kendrick.

March 1, 1975 Signing LAL GSW

The Golden State Warriors signed Bill Bridges as a free agent.

March 6, 1975 Waiver BOS

The Boston Celtics waived Ben Clyde.

May 15, 1975 Signing MIL BOS

The Boston Celtics signed Terry Driscoll as a free agent.

May 23, 1975 Trade PHO BOS

The Phoenix Suns traded Charlie Scott to the Boston Celtics for Paul Westphal, a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Jimmy Dan Conner was later selected) and a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Butch Feher was later selected).

May 28, 1975 Signing PHI

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Jerry Baskerville as a free agent.

May 28, 1975 Trade KCO NOJ

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings traded Ron Behagen and a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Major Jones was later selected) to the New Orleans Jazz for a 1975 1st round draft pick (Bill Robinzine was later selected).

May 29, 1975 Trade GSW CLE

The Golden State Warriors traded Butch Beard, a 1975 1st round draft pick (John Lambert was later selected) and a 1975 2nd round draft pick (Mel Utley was later selected) to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Dwight Davis.

May 29, 1975 Trade BUF PHO

The Buffalo Braves traded a 1975 1st round draft pick (Ricky Sobers was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for a 1976 1st round draft pick (Adrian Dantley was later selected).

June 5, 1975 Trade ATL MIL

The Atlanta Hawks 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.

June 9, 1975 Trade POR PHO

The Portland Trail Blazers traded Phil Lumpkin to the Phoenix Suns for a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Jacky Dorsey was later selected).

June 16, 1975 Trade MIL LAL

The Milwaukee Bucks traded Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Walt Wesley to the Los Angeles Lakers for Junior Bridgeman, Dave Meyers, Elmore Smith and Brian Winters.