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1973–74 Atlanta Hawks Season - Regular Season - Game Log
129 - 102 The Omni 2 - 3. 10/12/1973 at Detroit Pistons 105 - 2 ... - 4. 10/13/1973 Kansas City Kings 102 - 117 The Omni 2 - 5. 10/20/1973 at Phoenix Suns 108 ...
Scott Wedman - Kansas City Kings
... He represented the Kansas City Kings twice in the NBA All-Star Game ... During his time in Kansas City, Wedman gained the nickname "The Incredible Hulk" because of his extensive sessions in the weight room ... was involved in a 1-car accident in which his Porsche overturned on a rainy highway in Kansas City ...
1976 ABA Dispersal Draft
... pass their first-round picks and only the Kansas City Kings used the second-round pick ... Colonels $ 300,000 3 ... Boone, RonRon Boone G/F United States Kansas City Kings Spirits of St ... Nets Kentucky Colonels $ 60,000 12 ... Barr, MikeMike Barr G United States Kansas City Kings Spirits of St ...
Moses Malone - Career Accomplishments - Career Highs - Playoffs
... Kansas City Kings 01981-04-26April 26, 1981 Field goal percentage Field goals made 16 Houston Rockets vs ... Kansas City Kings 01981-04-26April 26, 1981 Field goal attempts 34 Houston Rockets vs ... Kansas City Kings 01981-04-26April 26, 1981 Free throws made, no misses 5–5 Houston Rockets at Boston Celtics 01980-04-09April 9, 1980 Free throws made, one miss — Free throws ...
1975–76 Buffalo Braves Season - Regular Season - Season Schedule
6 @ New York Knicks 98–108 10–11 Loss 22 ... December 9 Kansas City Kings 126–107 11–11 Win 23 ... December 11 @ Atlanta Hawks 99–122 11–12 Loss 24 ... December 12 New York ...

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