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1984-85 Houston Rockets Transactions

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Record: 48-34, Finished 2nd in NBA Midwest Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Bill Fitch (48-34)

PTS/G: 111.2 (9th of 23) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 109.5 (10th of 23)
SRS: 1.38 (9th of 23) ▪ Pace: 102.2 (11th of 23)
Off Rtg: 107.9 (12th of 23) ▪ Def Rtg: 106.3 (4th of 23)
Expected W-L: 45-37 (9th of 23)

Arena: The Summit ▪ Attendance: 553,014 (6th of 23)

NBA 1985 Playoffs:
Lost NBA Western Conference First Round (3-2) versus Utah Jazz  (Series Stats)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985.
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August 10, 1984

Traded Caldwell Jones to the Chicago Bulls for Mitchell Wiggins, a 1985 2nd round draft pick (Tyrone Corbin was later selected) and a 1985 3rd round draft pick (Michael Payne was later selected).

September 17, 1984

Traded a 1985 5th round draft pick (Ivan Daniels was later selected) to the Indiana Pacers for Kevin McKenna.

September 26, 1984

Signed Lionel Hollins as a veteran free agent.

October 4, 1984

Traded James Bailey and a 1985 2nd round draft pick (Tyrone Corbin was later selected) to the San Antonio Spurs for John Lucas and a 1985 3rd round draft pick (Sam Mitchell was later selected).

October 23, 1984

Waived Major Jones.

Waived Terry Teagle.

Waived Kevin McKenna.

October 29, 1984

Traded a 1985 3rd round draft pick (Ken Perry was later selected) to the Los Angeles Clippers for Hank McDowell.

December 18, 1984

Waived Phil Ford.

December 28, 1984

Signed Larry Micheaux as a free agent.

June 18, 1985

Drafted Steve Harris in the 1st round (19th pick) of the 1985 NBA Draft.

Drafted Sam Mitchell in the 3rd round (54th pick) of the 1985 NBA Draft.

Drafted Michael Payne in the 3rd round (57th pick) of the 1985 NBA Draft.

Drafted Michael Brooks in the 4th round (88th pick) of the 1985 NBA Draft.

Drafted Sam Potter in the 6th round (134th pick) of the 1985 NBA Draft.