Baltimore Bullets

History

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The Baltimore Bullets were an American Basketball League (1944-47) team, and later, a Basketball Association of America (1947-49), and (beginning in 1949, following the BAA's merger with the National Basketball League) a National Basketball Association team based in Baltimore, Maryland. The team folded November 27, 1954 with a 3-11 record.

Franchise History

Baltimore Bullets (NBA, 1950-1954) - 1 Playoff Appearance
Baltimore Bullets (BAA, 1948-1949) - 1 Championship and 2 Playoff Appearances

Season-by-season records

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses

Year Lg W-L Regular Season Playoffs
1947-48 BAA 28-20 2nd, Western Division Won BAA Finals
1948-49 BAA 29-31 3rd, Eastern Division Lost East Div Semis
1949-50 NBA 25-43 5th, Eastern Division
1950-51 NBA 24-42 5th, Eastern Division
1951-52 NBA 20-46 5th, Eastern Division
1952-53 NBA 16-54 4th, Eastern Division Lost East Div Semis
1953-54 NBA 16-56 5th, Eastern Division
1954-55 NBA 3-11 Eastern Division folded during season

List of players and coaches

Al Roges
Andy O'Donnell
Belus Smawley
Bill Calhoun
Billy Hassett
Blackie Towery
Blaine Denning
Bob Houbregs
Bob Priddy
Bob Tough
Brady Walker
Buddy Jeannette
Carl Meinhold
Chet McNabb
Chick Halbert
Chick Reiser
Connie Rea
Connie Simmons
Dan Kraus
Darrell Brown
Dave Minor
Dick Bunt
Dick Mehen
Dick Schulz
Dick Triptow
Don Asmonga
Don Barksdale
Don Henriksen
Don Martin
Don Otten
Don Rehfeldt
Doug Holcomb
Ed Bolger
Ed Sadowski
Eddie Miller
Elmer Gainer
Frank Kudelka
Fred Scolari
Freddie Lewis
Gene James
George Feigenbaum
George Kaftan
George McLeod
Grady Lewis
Hal Tidrick
Hal Uplinger
Herb Krautblatt
Herm Fuetsch
Herm Klotz
Howie Janotta
Howie Rader
Irv Rothenberg
Irv Torgoff
Jack Kerris
Jack Toomay
Jake Pelkington
Jerry Rullo
Jim Baechtold
Jim Fritsche
Jim Luisi
Jim Slaughter
Joe Dolhon
Joe McNamee
Joe Smyth
John Abramovic
John Mahnken
John Mandic
Johnny Ezersky
Johnny Jorgensen
Ken Murray
Kenny Sailors
Kevin O'Shea
Kleggie Hermsen
Lee Knorek
Leo Mogus
Les Pugh
Mark Workman
Marv Schatzman
Mike Bloom
Mike McCarron
Mo Mahoney
Norm Mager
Paul Cloyd
Paul Gordon
Paul Hoffman
Paul Nolen
Paul Seymour
Ralph O'Brien
Ray Ellefson
Ray Felix
Ray Lumpp
Ray Ramsey
Red Rocha
Rollen Hans
Ron Livingstone
Sid Tanenbaum
Stan Miasek
Stan Stutz
Tommy Byrnes
Walt Budko
Whitey Von Nieda

Coaches and others

Buddy Jeannette || Coach
Walt Budko || Coach
Fred Scolari || Coach
Chick Reiser || Coach
Clair Bee || Coach

Basketball Hall of Famers

Buddy Jeannette (Player, 1947-50/Coach, 1947-51)
Clair Bee (coach, 1952-54)

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