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2006–07 Seattle SuperSonics season

The 2006–07 Seattle SuperSonics season was 40th season of the Seattle SuperSonics in the National Basketball Association. The team finished in 14th place in the Western Conference with a 31–51 record and couldnt reach the playoffs for a second co ...

                                               

St. Louis Hawks head coaches

                                               

Syracuse Nationals head coaches

                                               

Tri-Cities Blackhawks head coaches

                                               

1974–75 New Orleans Jazz season

The 1974/75 season was the Jazz first season in the NBA. The Jazz averaged 101.5 points per game while allowing an average of 109.3 points per game.

                                               

1975–76 New Orleans Jazz season

The 1975–76 New Orleans Jazz season was the teams second in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 23–59 output from the previous season. They bested it by fifteen wins, finishing 38–44, but failed to qualify for the playoffs ...

                                               

1976–77 New Orleans Jazz season

The 1976–77 New Orleans Jazz season was the teams third in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 38–44 output from the previous season. They came up three wins shy of tying it, finishing 35–47, and failed to qualify for the ...

                                               

1977–78 New Orleans Jazz season

The 1977–78 New Orleans Jazz season was the teams fourth in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 35–47 output from the previous season. They started the season going 6-2 and later in the season with a 16-24 record, the team ...

                                               

1978–79 New Orleans Jazz season

The 1978–79 New Orleans Jazz season was their fifth season in the NBA and its last in New Orleans. The Jazz averaged 108.3 points per game while allowing an average of 114.6 points per game. The attendance was 364.205.

                                               

1979–80 Utah Jazz season

The 1979–80 season was the Jazz sixth season in the NBA and its first in Utah. The Jazz averaged 102.4 points per game while allowing an average of 108.4 points per game. The attendance was 320.649. The attendance figure was worse than the last s ...

                                               

1980–81 Utah Jazz season

The 1980-81 Utah Jazz season was the teams seventh in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 24-58 output from the previous season. The team started the season 12-6 but lost 15 of the next 17 games, however they bested it by ...

                                               

1981–82 Utah Jazz season

The 1981-82 Utah Jazz season was the teams eighth in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 28-54 output from the previous season. They came up three wins shy of tying it, finishing 25-57, and failed to qualify for the playof ...

                                               

1982–83 Utah Jazz season

The 1982-83 Utah Jazz season was the teams ninth in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 25-57 output from the previous season. They bested it by five wins, finishing 30-52, but failed to qualify for the playoffs for the ni ...

                                               

1983–84 Utah Jazz season

The 1983–84 NBA season was the Jazzs tenth season in the NBA and its 4th in Utah. The Jazz averaged 115.0 points per game while allowing an average of 113.8 points per game. It was their first playoff appearance in franchise history. The Jazz pla ...

                                               

1984–85 Utah Jazz season

The 1984–85 Utah Jazz season was future all-time NBA assist leader John Stocktons first in the NBA. The Jazz selected Stockton with the 16th overall pick in the 1984 NBA Draft.

                                               

1985–86 Utah Jazz season

4 Dallas Mavericks vs. 5 Utah Jazz: Mavericks win series 3–1 Game 1 Reunion Arena, Dallas April 18: Dallas 101, Utah 93 Game 4 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City April 25: Dallas 117, Utah 113 Game 3 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City April 23: Utah 100, Dalla ...

                                               

1986–87 Utah Jazz season

The 1986–87 Utah Jazz season was the teams 13th in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 42–40 output from the previous season. They bested it by two wins, finishing 44–38 and qualified for the playoffs for the fourth straig ...

                                               

1987–88 Utah Jazz season

The 1987–88 Utah Jazz season was the teams 14th in the NBA. The Jazz finished third in the Midwest Division with a record of 47–35, and qualified for the playoffs for the fifth straight season. In the first round of the playoffs, they defeated th ...

                                               

1988–89 Utah Jazz season

In American basketball, the 1988-89 Utah Jazz season was the teams 15th in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 47-35 output from the previous season. They bested it by four wins, finishing 51-31 and qualified for the playo ...

                                               

1989–90 Utah Jazz season

The 1989–90 NBA season was the Jazzs 16th season in the National Basketball Association, and 11th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jazz got off to a fast start early into the season by winning seven of their first eight games. They continued t ...

                                               

1990–91 Utah Jazz season

The 1990–91 NBA season was the Jazzs 17th season in the National Basketball Association, and 12th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. Early into the season, the Jazz traveled to Japan to play their first two games against the Phoenix Suns at the Toky ...

                                               

1991–92 Utah Jazz season

The 1991–92 NBA season was the Jazzs 18th season in the National Basketball Association, and 13th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was also their first season playing at the Delta Center. The Jazz got off to a 7–6 start as they traded Thurl Bai ...

                                               

1992–93 Utah Jazz season

The 1992–93 NBA season was the Jazzs 19th season in the National Basketball Association, and 14th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz acquired Jay Humphries from the Milwaukee Bucks. Utah hosted the 1993 NBA All-Star Ga ...

                                               

1993–94 Utah Jazz season

The 1993–94 NBA season was the Jazzs 20th season in the National Basketball Association, and 15th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed unrestricted free agent All-Star forward Tom Chambers, and acquired Felton Spe ...

                                               

1994–95 Utah Jazz season

The 1994–95 NBA season was the Jazzs 21st season in the National Basketball Association, and 16th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agent Antoine Carr and acquired Adam Keefe from the Atlanta Hawks. In a y ...

                                               

1995–96 Utah Jazz season

The 1995–96 NBA season was the Jazzs 22nd season in the National Basketball Association, and 17th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agents Chris Morris and Greg Foster, then signed second-year guard Howard ...

                                               

1998–99 Utah Jazz season

The 1998–99 NBA season was the Jazzs 25th season in the National Basketball Association, and 20th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jazz entered the season once again as runner-ups in the NBA Finals, having lost back-to-back NBA Finals to the C ...

                                               

1999–2000 Utah Jazz season

The 1999–2000 NBA season was the Utah Jazzs 26th season in the National Basketball Association, and 21st season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agent Olden Polynice, then later on signed Armen Gilliam in Januar ...

                                               

2000–01 Utah Jazz season

The 2000–01 NBA season was the Jazzs 27th season in the National Basketball Association, and 22nd season in Salt Lake City, Utah. After the retirement of Jeff Hornacek, the Jazz signed free agents Danny Manning and John Starks, and acquired Donye ...

                                               

2001–02 Utah Jazz season

The 2001–02 NBA season was the Jazzs 28th season in the National Basketball Association, and 23rd season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agent John Amaechi. John Stockton continued to set new standards with 15. ...

                                               

2002–03 Utah Jazz season

The 2002–03 NBA season was the Jazzs 29th season in the National Basketball Association, and 24th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agents Matt Harpring, Calbert Cheaney and Mark Jackson. The team finished ...

                                               

2003–04 Utah Jazz season

The 2003–04 NBA season was the Jazzs 30th in the National Basketball Association. Without their dynamic duo of John Stockton and Karl Malone, not much was expected out of the Jazz entering the season. However, with young stars like Andrei Kirilen ...

                                               

Vancouver Grizzlies expansion draft picks

                                               

1995–96 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 1995–96 NBA season was the Grizzlies first season in the National Basketball Association. The Vancouver Grizzlies, along with the Toronto Raptors became expansion NBA franchises in 1995. They were the first NBA teams to play in Canada since 1 ...

                                               

1996–97 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 1996–97 NBA season was the Grizzlies second season in the National Basketball Association. Coming off of an NBA worst record of 15–67 in their first season, the Grizzlies acquired Anthony Peeler and George Lynch from the Los Angeles Lakers, a ...

                                               

1997–98 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 1997–98 NBA season was the Grizzlies third season in the National Basketball Association. After finishing with the worst record in their first two seasons, the Grizzlies hired Brian Hill as head coach. In the offseason, they acquired Otis Tho ...

                                               

1998–99 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 1998–99 NBA season was the Grizzlies fourth season in the National Basketball Association. The Grizzlies had the second pick in the 1998 NBA draft, which they used to select University of Arizona point guard Mike Bibby. During the offseason, ...

                                               

1999–2000 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 1999–2000 NBA season was the Grizzlies 5th season in the National Basketball Association. After finishing the lockout season with the worst record, the Grizzlies selected Steve Francis with the second pick in the 1999 NBA draft. However, Fran ...

                                               

2000–01 Vancouver Grizzlies season

The 2000–01 NBA season was the Grizzlies sixth season in the National Basketball Association. It would also be their final year in Vancouver. For the third straight year, the Grizzlies had the second pick in the 2000 NBA draft, which they used to ...

                                               

Baltimore Bullets draft picks

                                               

Baltimore Bullets players

                                               

Baltimore Bullets venues

                                               

Baltimore Bullets (1963–1973)

                                               

Baltimore Bullets (1963–73) coaches

                                               

Baltimore Bullets (1963–73) draft picks

                                               

Baltimore Bullets (1963–73) players

                                               

Baltimore Bullets (1963–73) venues

                                               

Chicago Packers expansion draft picks

                                               

Chicago Packers players

                                               

Chicago Packers venues

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