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1971–72 Philadelphia 76ers season

 

1971–72 Philadelphia 76ers season

season Philadelphia 76ers
Head coach Jack Ramsay
Arena The Spectrum
Results
Record 30–52 (.366)
Place Division: 3rd (Atlantic)
Conference: 6th (Eastern)
Playoff finish DNQ

The 1971-72 NBA season was the 76ers 23rd season in the NBA and 9th season in Philadelphia. The team finished with a record of 30-52 and missed the post season for the first time in franchise history. After the season Billy Cunningham left for the ABA, Lucious Jackson retired due to nagging injuries, and coach Jack Ramsey exited to become the head coach of the Buffalo Braves. [1]

Contents

  • Offseason 1
    • Draft picks 1.1
  • Roster 2
  • Regular season 3
    • Season standings 3.1
    • Game log 3.2
  • Player statistics 4
    • Season 4.1
  • Awards and records 5
  • Transactions 6
  • References 7
  • See also 8

Offseason

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College

Roster

Regular season

Season standings

Atlantic Division W L PCT GB Home Road Neutral Div
y-Boston Celtics 56 26 .683 32–9 21–16 3–1 15–3
x-New York Knicks 48 34 .585 8 27–14 20–19 1–1 11–7
Philadelphia 76ers 30 52 .366 26 14–23 14–26 2–3 6–12
Buffalo Braves 22 60 .268 34 13–27 8–31 1–2 4–14
# Eastern Conference
Team W L PCT
1 z-Boston Celtics 56 26 .683
2 y-Baltimore Bullets 38 44 .463
3 x-New York Knicks 48 34 .585
4 x-Atlanta Hawks 36 46 .439
5 Philadelphia 76ers 30 52 .366
5 Cincinnati Royals 30 52 .366
7 Cleveland Cavaliers 23 59 .280
8 Buffalo Braves 22 60 .268


z - clinched division title
y - clinched division title
x - clinched playoff spot

Game log

Player statistics

Season

Awards and records

Transactions

References

  1. ^ 1971-72 Philadelphia 76ers

See also

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