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1995-96 Seattle SuperSonics Transactions

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Record: 64-18, Finished 1st in NBA Pacific Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: George Karl (64-18)

PTS/G: 104.5 (2nd of 29) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 96.7 (8th of 29)
SRS: 7.40 (2nd of 29) ▪ Pace: 93.8 (3rd of 29)
Off Rtg: 110.3 (8th of 29) ▪ Def Rtg: 102.1 (2nd of 29)
Expected W-L: 61-21 (2nd of 29)

Arena: KeyArena at Seattle Center ▪ Attendance: 697,301 (14th of 29)

NBA 1996 Playoffs:
Lost NBA Finals (2-4) versus Chicago Bulls  (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference Finals (4-3) versus Utah Jazz  (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference Semifinals (4-0) versus Houston Rockets  (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference First Round (3-1) versus Sacramento Kings  (Series Stats)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996.
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Transactions

Date Type Transaction
July 5, 1995 Retirement

Bill Cartwright retired.

September 18, 1995 Trade

Traded Byron Houston and Sarunas Marciulionis to the Sacramento Kings for Frank Brickowski.

October 25, 1995 Signing

Signed Trevor Wilson as a free agent.

October 31, 1995 Waiver

Waived Trevor Wilson.

June 25, 1996 Trade

Traded a 1996 1st round draft pick (Priest Lauderdale was later selected) to the Atlanta Hawks for a 1996 2nd round draft pick (Joe Vogel was later selected) and a 1996 2nd round draft pick (Ron Riley was later selected).

June 26, 1996 Draft

Drafted Joseph Blair in the 2nd round (35th pick) of the 1996 NBA Draft.

June 26, 1996 Draft

Drafted Joe Vogel in the 2nd round (45th pick) of the 1996 NBA Draft.

June 26, 1996 Draft

Drafted Ron Riley in the 2nd round (47th pick) of the 1996 NBA Draft.

June 26, 1996 Draft

Drafted Drew Barry in the 2nd round (57th pick) of the 1996 NBA Draft.

June 28, 1996 Trade

Traded Ron Riley to the Detroit Pistons for a 1997 2nd round draft pick (Eddie Elisma was later selected).