Baltimore Bullets (1944-54)
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Baltimore Bullets
Baltimore Bullets logo
Founded 1944
History Baltimore Bullets (ABL)
1944-1947
Baltimore Bullets (BAA)
1947-1949
Baltimore Bullets (NBA)
1949-1954
Arena Baltimore Coliseum
Location Baltimore, Maryland
Team colors Blue, red, white
              
Championships 1
(1948)

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 absorption of the National Basketball League) a National Basketball Association team based in Baltimore. The team folded November 27, 1954 with a 3-11 record,[1] making the Bullets the last NBA franchise to do so, as of 2018.[] Out of all defunct NBA teams, the Bullets were members of the association for the longest time and the only defunct team to win a championship.[] The Baltimore Bullets acquired their name in reference to the Phoenix Shot Tower.[2][3]

Franchise History

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

Season-by-season records

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses

Year Lg W-L Regular Season Playoffs
1944-45 ABL 14-16 4th, Lost ABL Finals
1945-46 ABL 21-13 1st-T, Won ABL Finals
1946-47 ABL 31-3 1st, Southern Division Forfeited ABL Finals
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 Did not qualify
1950-51 NBA 24-42 5th, Eastern Division Did not qualify
1951-52 NBA 20-46 5th, Eastern Division Did not qualify
1952-53 NBA 16-54 4th, Eastern Division Lost East Div Semis
1953-54 NBA 16-56 5th, Eastern Division Did not qualify
1954-55 NBA 3-11 Eastern Division folded during season

List of notable personnel

Players

Coaches

Basketball Hall of Famers

References

  1. ^ "Bullets Fold For Season". The Daily Chronicle. Centralia, Washington. November 27, 1954. p. 5. Retrieved 2018. (Subscription required (help)). 
  2. ^ Vecsey, George (12 November 1995). "Sports of The Times;Say Goodbye To 'Bullets' As Nickname". The New York Times. Retrieved 2018. 
  3. ^ Lee, Michael (24 December 2011). "Former Wizards owner Irene Pollin wouldn't have a problem with name changing back to Bullets". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2018. 
  4. ^ "GEARS DEFEATED BY BALTIMORE IN EXHIBITION TEST". Chicago Tribune. 22 December 1946. Retrieved 2017. 
  5. ^ "Howard Rosan, basketball pro". The Philadelphia Inquirer. September 5, 1976. p. 34. Retrieved 2018. 
Achievements
Preceded by
Philadelphia Warriors
1947
BAA Champions
Baltimore Bullets

1948
Succeeded by
Minneapolis Lakers
1949 and 1950



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