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1984–85 Seattle SuperSonics season

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1984–85 Seattle SuperSonics season

The 1984-85 NBA season was the SuperSonics' 18th season in the NBA.[1]

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College
2 28 Cory Blackwell SF  United States Wisconsin
2 39 Danny Young PG  United States Wake Forest
3 52 Terry Williams  United States Alabama
4 83 Jeff Jenkins  United States Xavier
5 106 Eli Pasquale PG  Canada Victoria
6 129 Graylin Warner  United States Louisiana-Lafayette
7 152 Gary Gatewood  United States Oregon
8 175 Jerry McMillan  United States DePaul
9 197 Mike Williams  United States Idaho State
10 219 Greg Brandon  United States Creighton

Roster

Regular season

Season standings

# Western Conference
Team W L PCT GB
1 c-Los Angeles Lakers 62 20 .756
2 y-Denver Nuggets 52 30 .634 10
3 x-Houston Rockets 48 34 .585 14
4 x-Dallas Mavericks 44 38 .537 18
5 x-Portland Trail Blazers 42 40 .512 20
6 x-Utah Jazz 41 41 .500 21
7 x-San Antonio Spurs 41 41 .500 21
8 x-Phoenix Suns 36 46 .439 26
9 Seattle SuperSonics 31 51 .378 31
9 Los Angeles Clippers 31 51 .378 31
9 Kansas City Kings 31 51 .378 31
12 Golden State Warriors 22 60 .268 40


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

Game log

Player statistics

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
Cory Blackwell
Frank Brickowski
Tom Chambers
Joe Cooper
Gerald Henderson
Reggie King
Tim McCormick
Scooter McCray
John Schweitz
Jack Sikma
Ricky Sobers
Jon Sundvold
Danny Vranes
Al Wood
Danny Young

Awards and records

Transactions

References

  1. ^ 1984-85 Seattle SuperSonics

See also

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